REGARDING MONDAYS RED CROSS GENERAL MEETING (11-20-2017)
Mondays disaster/emergency instruction was encouraging.
The turn out will move progress forward. Therefore, the next resident meeting will be in January with our local fire dept 26 regarding their disaster/emergency instruction. Specific date & time will be posted at later date. Thank you to all who attended the Red Cross general meeting!
Additional questions may be directed to Disaster Committee Chairman Bill Lein @ +1 206-519-1652.
a. Drop, cover, and hold on
b. Run outside
c. Run to a doorway
d. Stand in the bathtub
2. What is the most common cause of house fires?
a. Unattended cooking
c. Space heaters
3. Which item does not belong in your disaster kit?
a. Bottled water
c. Fresh fruit
4. How fast does a fire double in size?
a. Every 7 minutes
b. Every 10 seconds
c. Every minute
d. Every hour
5. What is the most common natural disaster in Washington?
6. How much water does one person need per day in their disaster kit?
7. How often should you test your smoke alarm?
8. How many days of suppiles should your family emergency preparedness kit have?
1a. Drop, cover, and hold on.
2a. Unattended cooking
4c. Every minute
6. One gallon of water per day per person
7. Every month
8. 7-14 days
- The Basics of Calling 9-1-1 PDF Brochure
- This Safety Blog (Resources > Health and Safety)
- Emergency Preparedness (Resources > Community)
- Get A Smoke Alarm (From Red Cross. AG has smoke alarms)
- Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
- King County Emergency Management
- Prepare for Emergencies (Red Cross)
- Build A Survival Kit (Red Cross)
- Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Posted 9/9/2017
- Red Cross Emergency Kits
- Anatomy of a first aid kit (Red Cross)
- Emergency Kit List downloads: Home | Pet | Car | Office
- Costco Emergency Kits and Supplies
- Stealth Angel Emergency Kits
- Download FREE Emergency App: iTunes | Google Play (Red Cross)
- Download Family Disaster Plan Template | Template Instructions (Red Cross)
- Download FEMA Mobile App
- Seattle Emergency Management
- King County Emergency Agencies
- Emergency Radio Stations
- AM 710 (KIRO)
- AM 1000 (KOMO)
- FM 94.9 (KUOW)
- FM 97.3 (KIRO)
- FM 97.7 (KOMO)
- NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards