FDPP Month Five
FDPP Month Five (Family Disaster Preparedness Plan) is available below...
The Family Disaster Preparedness Plan Month Five is availabe with two informational forms to download and print for securing
your furniture during a disaster or earthquake.
The Family Disaster Preparedness Plan Month Five consists of
Securing Tall Furnishings and Contents (2 informational forms) that will
help you save someone from getting injuried from falling furniture.
The forces that are created by earthquakes cause the earth
literally to quake, or shake, from a few seconds to a few minutes in
length as well as producing ground swells and rolls from a few inches to
a few feet in height.
Tall pieces of furniture, such as bookcases, china cabinets, and TV
stands are very likely to fall when the ground is rolling and shaking.
You can prevent them from falling on someone you care about, and save
their contents, by completing the following simple activities:
- Download and print the informational sheets below and put in your Family Disaster Plan Notebook for a handy reference.
- Schedule a date and time sometime this month for you and your family to secure the tall furnishings in your home.
- Take an inventory of the tall furnishings you have throughout your house.
- Purchase sufficient L-brackets or corner brackets and screws from the hardware store.
- When you get together, first locate the wall studs behind your
tall furnishings using a stud finder. Then secure furnishings to the
studs with the appropriate hardware.
- Place heavy and/or large items on lower shelves.
- Secure objects on shelves with Velcro, monofilament or wire guy lines, non-skid shelf liners or special quake-hold putties.
Click on the link(s) to download the Family Disaster Preparedness Plan Month Five file(s) below:
Securing Tall Furnishings - Preparedness Project #2
Securing Tall Furnishings & Contents
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