Disaster Preparedness

Information Sessions & Workshops

October 22, 2011  ·  10 am-2 pm
King Middle School 1781 Rose St., Berkeley


 


 






 
Thank you to the more than 250 attendees, presenters and sponsors who made this event a great success!

Click here to see photos of the event.
Click here to view the workshop powerpoint presentation.

 

Participating Organizations

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, Alameda County Fire Department, Alameda County Public Health Department, Alameda County General Services Agency, Alameda County Social Services Agency, 211, Berkeley Fire Department, Berkeley Public Health Department, Oakland Fire Department, Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters, American Red Cross
 

Workshop Topics

  • Protecting your Family
     
  • How your child’s school will prepare for a disaster
     
  • Protecting your Pets
     
  • Pet First Aid
     
  • Reunification in the Event of a Disaster
     
  • How to Prepare your own Disaster Kit









 Gil Dong of the Berkeley Fire Department speaks with residents about emergency preparedness.


 

3 Steps to Prepare for a Disaster
 

GET A KIT
Collect essential supplies, food, medicine and first aid for 3 days.




MAKE A PLAN
Decide on a meeting location and emergency contact information.




BE INFORMED
Learn about how your city and the county respond to different disasters.



Learn more at 
http://www.fema.gov/
Thank You To Our Sponsors
 

Paid for by the Friends of Keith Carson, FPPC ID #890744               P.O. Box 722, Oakland, CA 94604   info@keithcarson.org

FEMA Officials Urge Business Owners:  Get Your Business Ready for a Disaster



Click here for information on classes, online courses and the block captain program for the Albany Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).

Click here for information and class schedules for the Berkeley Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).

Click here for information about the Emeryville Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
 


Click here for information and training schedules for the Citizens of Oakland Respond to Emergencies.

Click here for information about the Piedmont Fire Department Diaster Preparedness programs.
 

 

Disaster Preparedness