Avon Police and Fire Departments Share Tips for Residents During Emergency Preparedness Month – John Guilfoil Public Relations

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AVON — In recognition of National Preparedness Month — observed each September to raise awareness of the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies — Police Chief Jeffrey Bukunt and Fire Chief Robert Spurr would like to share guidance and tips for Avon residents.
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AVON — In recognition of National Preparedness Month — observed each September to raise awareness of the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies — Police Chief Jeffrey Bukunt and Fire Chief Robert Spurr would like to share guidance and tips for Avon residents.
The theme of National Preparedness Month in 2021 is “Prepare to Protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love.”
Disasters can occur at any time, disrupting thousands of lives every year. Taking the time now to plan how you will respond during a disaster can go a long way in protecting yourself and your loved ones, especially during an emergency where first responders may not be able to reach everyone immediately. 

Make a Plan: 
For more detailed information on how to prepare a plan, click here.
Build an Emergency Kit: 
When creating emergency kits, residents should also take into consideration the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Residents should add items such as face coverings/masks, disinfectants, hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies to their emergency kits.

Remember to replace expired items as needed and regularly reevaluate your emergency kit, updating as your family’s needs change. It is recommended that emergency kits are prepared and kept in your home, workplace and vehicle. 
For additional suggestions on what to include, click here. For suggestions on making an emergency kit for your vehicle, click here.
Go Over Your Plan: 
For more information on preparing for emergencies, visit ready.gov or MEMA’s Emergency Preparedness Month page
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