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Plan to Be Safe Campaign Toolkit [ PDF ]
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The Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center has developed an educational tool that promotes preparing a disaster kit with at least 9 items. The toolkit includes the following items: Poster; Take-away brochure; and Tri-fold brochure. In addition to emphasizing the 9-item disaster kit, the materials also introduce a three-step disaster plan, which includes: Starting a conversation; Making a plan; and Making a kit. Each product within the toolkit is available in a downloadable format that will allow for individual customization.

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To access the APC products you must first sign in. If you do not have an account, click on the "Sign In" button in the top right corner and then select the "Create Account" button. Once you are signed in, select the title of any of the files you would like to access. Large files may take longer to download, particularly for users with low-bandwidth connections. To download one or many documents as a .zip archive, check the box(s) to the left of the items then click the "Download Selected" button at the bottom of the list. Not all products will be able to be downloaded in this manner.
Plan to Be Safe Campaign Toolkit 1  [290.6 Kb .pdf]

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Plan to Be Safe Campaign Toolkit 2  [377.3 Kb .pdf]

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Plan to Be Safe Campaign Toolkit 3  [617.1 Kb .pdf]

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Product details

Author: Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
Related Topics: Vulnerable Populations, Risk Communication
Suggested Audiences: Business/Community/Civic leaders, Communication Specialists, Health officials, Nurses (public health nurse), Planners, Rural Public Health Professionals
Product PHEP Capabilities: Capability 1: Community Preparedness, Capability 4: Emergency Public Information and Warning

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