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  • FEMA Leads Whole Community Response Efforts For Hurricane Dorian

    • Hurricane Dorian continues advancing north and, this morning, the storm made landfall in the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
    • North Carolina and Virginia are likely to experience continued severe weather with high winds, torrential rain and flash flooding throughout the day.
    • Remember: Stay out of floodwaters – Turn Around, Don’t Drown!
    • If you evacuated, do not try to return home until your local officials say it is safe to return.
    • FEMA is moving resources as the situation changes and remains coordinated with our state and federal partners ready, to respond where needed.


    • Mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders remain in effect along the coastal areas and barrier islands of North Carolina and Virginia.
    • There is a risk of tornadoes as Dorian’s bands pass over the region. If a tornado warning is issued in your area, go to a basement or room with no windows. Mobile homes are not a safe place to shelter.
    • Your state and local officials will have the most up-to-date information on evacuation orders, shelter locations and other storm updates.
    • North Carolina:
    • Virginia:
    • All shelters managed by the Red Cross are accessible for people who have disabilities (including those who are deaf, blind, use a wheelchair, or have a service animal).
    • Residents with an acute medical need (a medical need that would require a trip to the hospital) are encouraged to go to a medical shelter for assistance.
    • Visit for additional tips and resources.


    • Even if it looks like the storm has subsided, do not return until told it is safe to do so by local authorities.
    • Flooding remains a concern. Remember: Turn Around, Don’t Drown! Avoid floodwaters as they may contain raw sewage, sharp objects and/or downed power lines.
    • Avoid walking near or driving over downed power lines. Consider all power lines energized and dangerous.
    • Photograph or take video of any damage before you start cleaning up. If your property was damaged, contact your insurance company and file a claim.


    • More than 7,000 federal responders, including the National Guard, FEMA employees, and our federal partners, nonprofits and private sector, are in place and ready to support.
    • Should the states need any federal support, we stand ready to help.
    • More than 10,000 workers are positioned to restore power in areas affected by Dorian as soon as the storm clears. There are 80 high water vehicles at pre-staged Fort Bragg for water rescue, if needed.
      • The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has deployed personnel including debris clearance staff, route opening engineers and temporary power teams in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The Corps is monitoring water inundation in the Carolinas.
    • The Red Cross is coordinating to support evacuation centers with over 1,900 trained volunteers; more than 5,000 people were in 98 shelters in North and South Carolina.
    • The Salvation Army is providing meals, water and snacks to evacuees and has mobile kitchens on standby.


    • The governor of Florida requested a major disaster declaration for federal reimbursement to local and state government for emergency protective measures. That request is under review.
    • President Trump approved emergency declarations for Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, including the Catawba Indian Nation, the Seminole Tribe of Florida, and North Carolina, to include the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
    • The emergency declarations allow for direct federal assistance for emergency and life-safety actions taken.


    • We extend condolences to those who have lost loved ones and to the affected communities.
    • Led by USAID, the U.S is providing humanitarian assistance, search & rescue, and other disaster response support at the request of the Bahamian government as well as assisting U.S. citizens in the affected areas.
    • USAID deployed search and rescue members from the Los Angeles County Fire Department and Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue to The Bahamas. These teams – each comprising 57 people and four canines – will be conducting search and rescue missions, and other critical operations. These teams also have agreements with FEMA as part of the National Urban Search and Rescue system.
    • The U.S. Coast Guard immediately deployed ships and helicopters to evacuate severely injured individuals from Abaco and Grand Bahama islands. U.S. Customs and Border Protection also deployed rotary and fixed wing aircraft to assist with evacuation and relief efforts.
    • USAID is airlifting emergency supplies from Miami to be distributed through the Bahamian government’s National Emergency Management Agency.
    • Visit for information on how the public can support relief in the Bahamas.
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  • FEMA Urges Residents to Remain Vigilant in Preparation for Hurricane Dorian

    • Hurricane Dorian is expected to bring life-threatening storm surge, dangerous winds and significant infrastructure damage to much of the Florida peninsula beginning Monday. Evacuations have begun to be issued in Florida, and additional evacuation orders may follow. Fill your tank, stock your vehicle with supplies, and if ordered to evacuate, go.
    • The forecasted track for Dorian can change quickly.  If you’re anywhere in the forecasted path of Hurricane Dorian, take steps to prepare now.
    • Hurricane Dorian is a big storm, and the federal, state and tribal governments are preparing for a big response.

    Follow Instructions from Local Officials:

    • Dorian is currently forecasted to make impacts along Florida’s Atlantic coast as a major hurricane, which means it could cause significant damage to power, water and road systems.
    • Remember: storm surge and related inland flooding is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane.
    • Monitor the storm closely and follow the guidance of your local officials.  Be ready to leave, have a plan for where you will go, and if ordered to evacuate, go.
    • Florida residents and visitors are warned to heed all emergency guidance provided by local officials and avoid any areas under evacuation.

    Now is the Time to Prepare:

    • Download the FEMA App for preparedness tips, shelter information and weather alerts.
    • Residents are encouraged to have supplies for up to seven days, including: prescription medication, items to care for infants and toddlers, pet supplies, water and non-perishable food.
    • You should refill any necessary prescriptions today.  Florida’s state of emergency allows you to obtain a 30-day refill of your prescription medication.
    • Make sure you have cash on hand and collect important papers such as property deeds, birth certificates, and rental leases - or create password-protected digital copies.
    • Fill up your gas tank, stock your vehicle with emergency supplies and know your evacuation routes.
    • Visit for more information on what you can do ahead of this dangerous storm.
    • Floridians can visit FloridaDisaster.Org to find information on emergency preparedness, shelters, road closures and evacuation routes and download the FL511 Mobile App for updated road and traffic conditions.

    It’s a Big Storm and We’re Preparing for a Big Response:

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    • FEMA, through the National Response Coordination Center (NRCC) and its regional offices, is monitoring the effects and track of Hurricane Dorian and remains in contact with state and tribal emergency management officials.
    • Personnel and resources are moving to incident support bases to be ready to support response activities as requested by the state.
    • The NRCC and FEMA Region IV’s Regional Response Coordination Center are both conducting 24-hour operations.
    • FEMA’s Hurricane Liaison Team is working jointly with the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida, and an Incident Support Base is established at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama.
    • Governor Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for the entire State of Florida ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
    • Georgia Governor Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency for several counties in Georgia ahead of any potential impacts from Dorian.
    • The Seminole Tribe of Florida has declared a state of emergency as well.


    • On  Aug. 30, President Trump approved Florida’s request for an emergency declaration allowing direct federal assistance for emergency and life-safety actions taken ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
    • FEMA received Chairman Marcellus Osceola’s request for an emergency declaration for the Seminole Tribe of Florida on Aug. 30.  The request is currently under review.
    • President Trump approved emergency declarations for Puerto Rico on Aug. 27 and the USVI on Aug. 28, making federal funding available to assist those territories with emergency and life-safety actions taken ahead of Dorian.
  • FEMA Urges Puerto Rico Residents to Finish Preparations Ahead of Tropical Storm Dorian

    WASHINGTON – As Tropical Storm Dorian approaches, FEMA urges people in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to listen to government officials on the islands and complete final preparations now.

    Dorian is forecast to bring heavy rain and strong winds to communities in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands still working to recover from hurricanes Irma and Maria. Residents should take this storm seriously as even smaller and less severe storms could have significant impacts.


    Hurricane Alley Emergency Alert

    The latest expert predictions have been updated...

    ...and now call for up to 9 Hurricanes to hit the USA this 2019 Hurricane season

    Now is the Time to Prepare     

    A Tropical Storm Warning and Hurricane Watch are in effect for Puerto Rico.  Tropical storm conditions are expected, and hurricane conditions are possible in portions of Puerto Rico on Wednesday. History shows that storm tracks can change quickly. Island residents should closely monitor weather forecasts, follow instructions from commonwealth and local officials, and be prepared to take shelter if ordered to do so.

    Follow Instructions from Local Officials If advised to evacuate, do so immediately.

    • Puerto Rico residents: for a list of shelters and other important information, visit or call the Puerto Rico Emergency Management and Disaster Administration Bureau at 787-724-0124.
    • U.S. Virgin Island residents: for real-time updates on emergencies, register for Alert VI. The link is available on

    Stay Alert and Informed

    • Download the FEMA App to receive real-time alerts from the National Weather Service, locate open emergency shelters and community recovery centers, and get additional preparedness information.
    • Expect disruptions from utility outages and debris. Government officials urge residents to gather 10-days’ worth of needed supplies.
    • Check-in with neighbors if safe to do so. You may be the help they need.
    • Avoid flooded areas that can hide hazards such as debris and damaged roads. Turn around, don’t drown!
    • Visit and for disaster preparedness information in English and Spanish.

    Government Coordinating Efforts to Serve Survivors

    An effective disaster response is locally executed, state-managed, and federally supported. FEMA and other federal agencies have staff and commodities in position, ready to support local response efforts as needed.


    • Incident Management Assistance Teams (IMAT) are in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
    • Mobile Emergency Response Support (MERS) Disaster Emergency Communications are in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
    • Logistics Staging and Transportation Teams are in Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands to support response efforts, if needed.
    • Life-sustaining commodities have been pre-positioned throughout Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to enable an even faster response to events in the Caribbean, to include: millions of liters of water and meals, as well as tarps and other necessities.

    U.S. Army Corps (USACE)

    • USACE has mobilized infrastructure assessment, debris management staff and other experts to Puerto Rico.

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

    • Incident management personnel and Disaster Medical Assistance Teams are positioned in Puerto Rico should medical assistance be needed in the Caribbean.
    • The Disaster Distress Helpline is available to help cope with stress. To speak with a trained crisis counselor, call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 (for Spanish, press 2 or text Hablanos to 66746).
  • Get Alerts from the National Weather Service

    As Weather Ready Nation Ambassadors, we often share weather tips and preparedness ideas, as Mother Nature brings many surprises, some of which can be devastating - especially when unprepared.

    Now we remind you that you can receive alerts from the National Weather Service on the FEMA app, free on the App Store and on Google Play.

    You can follow up to five locations anywhere in the U.S. to stay updated on severe weather affecting family and friends across the nation.

    The new weather alert feature adds to existing features in the app to help Americans through emergencies. In addition to this upgrade, the app also provides a customizable checklist of emergency supplies, maps of open shelters and Disaster Recovery Centers, and tips on how to survive natural and manmade disasters. The FEMA app also offers a “Disaster Reporter” feature, where users can upload and share photos of disaster damage.

    List of features includes:

    • Alerts from the National Weather Service: Receive severe weather alerts for up to five locations across the U.S. and see information about how to stay safe.
    • Disaster Reporter:  Upload and share photos of damage and recovery efforts.
      Image uploaded via FEMA Disaster Reporter of Lawton, OK flooding in June Image uploaded via FEMA Disaster Reporter of Lawton, OK flooding in June
    • Maps of disaster resources: Locate and receive driving directions to open shelters and disaster recovery centers.
    • Apply for assistance: Easily access to apply for federal disaster assistance.
    • Custom emergency safety information: Save a custom list of the items in your family’s emergency kit, as well as the places you will meet in case of an emergency.
    • Safety tips: Receive safety and preparedness reminders and learn how to stay safe before, during, and after over 20 types of hazards, including floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes.
    • Information in Spanish: Easily toggle between English and Spanish for all features of the app.
    PRE-pared means yo plan and supply yourself BEFORE Disaster Strikes! PRE-pared means yo plan and supply yourself BEFORE Disaster Strikes!
  • FEMA Launches New Preparedness Feature

    FEMA-App-2.pngFEMA recently launched a new feature to its free smartphone app that will enable users to receive push notifications to their devices to remind them to take important steps to prepare their homes and families for disasters. The reminder feature allows users to receive pre-scheduled safety and preparedness tips, including testing smoke alarms, practicing a fire escape plan, updating emergency kits and replacing smoke alarm batteries.


    The app also provides a customizable checklist of emergency supplies, maps of open shelters and open recovery centers, and tips on how to survive natural and manmade disasters. The FEMA app offers a feature that enables users to receive push notifications of weather alerts from the National Weather Service for up to five locations across the nation.

    See other FREE App information: FDA, CPR and SmartPhone AppsFree FEMA App: Disaster Resources, Disaster Reporter, Weather Alerts, Social and PreparednessDisaster Preparedness AppsFEMA App – Your phone can prepare youFree App – Power Outages and Gas Station access during emergencies


    The latest version of the FEMA app is available for free in the App Store for Apple devices and Google Play for Android devices.  Users who already have the app downloaded on their device should download the latest update for the reminder alerts feature to take effect. The reminders are available in English and Spanish and are located in the “Prepare” section of the FEMA App.

  • Is Your Business Disaster Prepared?

    Now that National Preparedness Month is over, many will forget about the need to be ready until the media harps on  the subject again next September. Preparedness is a concern year round.. especially for businesses. Businesses, whether major corporation, or small businesses like First Aid Store, have a responsibility to be ready and resilient. Not only do the stakeholders and owners want the business to rebound and continue after disaster strikes, but there is a further responsibility to the employees of the business and their families, as well as to the community served by any business.

    The Disaster Prepared Business

    Each year small businesses nationwide close their doors because of damage from flooding, tornadoes, wildfires, and hurricanes. Small business owners can develop a preparedness program to address the impact of hazards. There are five steps in developing this program:

    • Program Management
    • Planning
    • Implementation
    • Testing and Exercises
    • Program Improvement

    ready-rating-logo-2015According to FEMA’s Preparedness in America Report, employees are 75 percent more likely to take action when employers encourage employees to prepare for disasters. Employers can participate in the American Red Cross Ready Rating Program to help their organization successfully withstand disasters. To join the program, employers complete an assessment to gauge the preparedness level of their business. After the assessment, employers must take action to improve preparedness within the office and among employees.

    America’s PrepareAthon! also offers Prepare Your Organization Playbooks to help business owners hold preparedness discussions and table top exercises for six hazards:

    1. Winter Storms
    2. Wildfire
    3. Tornado
    4. Hurricane
    5. Flood
    6. Earthquake
  • Tick Tock - Time to Prepare to Prepare

    National Preparedness Month begins this Tuesday. This year's National Preparedness Month Theme is Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.

    Join America’s PrepareAthon! Visit Click on Be Counted, Add Your Activity and tell us how you, your family and friends, and community are getting more prepared. Your registration could motivate others to prepare!

    We will be sharing ideas, plans, preparedness tips and much more throughout the Month... in the interim, you may want to read some articles about past years events and information for National Preparedness Month:


  • Building and Sustaining Preparedness: A National Campaign

    The FEMA Community is promoting "Building and Sustaining Preparedness: A National Campaignto help increase outreach efforts and encourage everyone to take actionable steps to be prepared. 

    What are you doing? According to the National Health Security Preparedness Index (NHSPI™)  7.4 out of 10  are prepared for natural disasters, terrorism, and disease pandemics.

    Get your Gear on - Prepare for Disaster! Get your Gear on - Prepare for Disaster!



  • FEMA supply chain management system may not deliver during a disaster

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    After spending $250 million dollars to develop a new supply chain management system over nine years, an internal audit found that the Federal Emergency Management Agency "cannot be certain" that it will work well during a catastrophic disaster.

    Specifically, FEMA's Logistics Supply Chain Management System cannot interface with systems from other agencies and organizations, nor can officials get real-time information about all supplies shipped to other organizations, according to the audit.

    One of FEMA’s prime missions is to immediately provide survivors with three days’ worth of basic emergency supplies,” said Inspector General John Roth. “As presently configured, this supply chain system is not up to that task.
    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) made recommendations to improve the system, which is supposed to speed the delivery of food, water, blankets, generators and other relief items.

    This is why CERT Teams and Self-preparedness are so vital.

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    Are you Ready?
    Check your Emergency Plan and Evacuation Routes everywhere you normally spend time.
    Check your Emergency Supplies:

    • Check your expiration dates (food, water, batteries)
    • Count your stock... is it enough?
    • Don't let your gas tank get below half-full
    • Keep cash on hand - ATMs may not be available, and you cannot count on credit cards in an emergency.
    • Think Ahead-Plan Wisely-Prepare Yourself to Survive!

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  • ¡Prepárese! Septiembre es el Mes Nacional de la Preparación!

    Durante el mes de septiembre se realizarán actividades en todo el país promoviendo la preparación para emergencias. Más de 3.000 organizaciones públicas y privadas, nacionales, regionales y locales apoyan estos esfuerzos de preparación para emergencia y exhortan a todos los residentes a prepararse.

    Durante el mes de septiembre, FEMA patrocina el Mes Nacional de la Preparación el cual se enfoca en la preparación en el hogar, la familia, mascotas, personas mayores y/o con discapacidades. También se centra en preparación en el trabajo, desarrollo de planes para emergencia, como protegerse y como mantenerse mentalmente saludable. Prepare su kit de emergencias, Cree un plan de emergencias, manténgase informado, y involúcrese este mes Nacional de la Preparacion!

    #Preparación2014 - ¿Está Listo?  Chasque. #Preparación2014 - ¿Está Listo? Chasque.

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