Disaster Preparedness Plan
Free Family Disaster Preparedness Plan and Church Emergency Plans...
The Family Disaster Plan and forms are designed to help you prepare and walk you
through all 12 months of activities and planning in the event of an expected disaster and
it's free to download and print.
Creating a Family Disaster Plan can be a very rewarding
feeling to know that you and your family are working together to make
sure everyone is safe.
Do you have a Church Emergency Response Action and Recovery Plan?
Click Here for the free 28 page Church Emergency Response Action and Recovery Plan packed full of Emergency Response Forms.
Disasters happen suddenly and frequently without warning. One example
is if an earthquake strikes the ground will suddenly tremble and shake,
sometimes violently for as long as 60 to 90 seconds. Many people's
first instinct is to run, but studies are shown that people are killed
or injuried as they run out of their homes so we need a set of rules or a
plan to follow:
- 1. If you have not already done so,
organize your family into a council and find out what disasters could
happen in your area. We have just recently after living in Oklahoma all
of my life (long time) I experienced our first earthquake, and it
definitely got me to thinking about a Family Disaster Preparedness Plan.
Begin compiling the elements of your Family Disaster Plan into a
notebook such as 3-ring binder that can be kept in a central location in
your home. There are disaster plan forms available to make these steps
easier. There will be each month listed very soon (work in progress
- 3. Put your plan into action by executing all
the preparations, precautions and procedures in your Family Disaster
Plan. This won't happen overnight or even in a month but it can be done
over an extended period of time taking it step by step and that is why
we have developed the 12 month plan.
- 4. Practice and
maintain your plan. Review your plan every six months so everyone
remembers what to do. Conduct earthquake, fire and emergency evacuation
drills. Check your smoke detectors and check batteries at least once a
year. Rotate and refresh your emergency food and water supplies as needed.
There is also a Church Emergency Plan available.
Click on the link(s) to download:
12 Month Disasters Preparedness Plan
Family Disaster Preparedness Plan is set up in 12 months of step by
step instructions to prepare your family for a disaster or emergency.
Click on the months 1 through 12 below to access the forms that are
mentioned in each month's plan.
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and make the necessary changes.
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Note: These sample forms are meant to serve as example forms and should not be construed as legal documents. Please contact a legal professional for legal language for your specific organization.
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