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Hurricane Season - Safety Tip #2 - Do you have a safety plan? One thing the plan should include is a checklist. Here’s an example checklist;
❏ WATER• At least 1 gallon per person, per day for five (5) toseven (7) days❏ FOOD• At least enough for five (5) to seven (7) days• Non-perishable packaged or canned food/juices• Foods or special items for infants, the elderly orpets; also snack foods• Non-electric can opener, cooking tools/fuel• Paper plates/plastic utensils❏ CLOTHING• Seasonal/rain gear/sturdy shoes❏ BLANKETS/PILLOWS, ETC.❏ FIRST AID KIT/MEDICINES/❏ PRESCRIPTION DRUGS❏ TOILETRIES AND HYGIENE ITEMS❏ MOISTURE WIPES❏ FLASHLIGHT/BATTERIES❏ RADIO• NOAA manually or battery-operated weather radio❏ CASH• Banks and ATMs may not be open or available forextended periods❏ KEYS❏ TOYS, BOOKS AND GAMES❏ IMPORTANT DOCUMENTSPut in a waterproof container:• Insurance, medical records, bank account numbers,Social Security cards and utility records• Document all valuables and their condition withvideotape or photos, if possible❏ TOOLS• Keep a set with you during the storm❏ VEHICLE FUEL TANKS FILLED❏ PET CARE ITEMS• Proper identification/immunization records, amplesupply of food and water, suitable bowls/feeders,carriers/cag
For more information with regards to Hurricane safety, please visit Flagler County Emergency Services or visit their website; http://www.flaglercounty.org/…/Emerg…/FlaglerDPG2018lite.pdf