Category Archives: Information Resources

Web sites or other citations that provide information about emergency preparedness and response.

More Than Crossing Your Fingers

In this morning’s very informative webinar hosted by the Nebraska Library Commission and featuring Marty Magee of NN/LM’s Greater Midwest Region, Marty reminded us that we can’t help at our libraries in an emergency if we’re not prepared at home.  … Continue reading

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FEMA’s Community Preparedness Webinar Series

On Tuesday, January 11, at 2 PM EST, FEMA’s Community Preparedness Division will present the first 2011 webinar in the Community Preparedness Webinar Series:  Collaborative Planning–Engagement of the Whole Community.  The live webinar is available to the first 500 log … Continue reading

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Enter Winter

If you’re trapped in your car during a blizzard, what can you do to alert first responders that you need help?  The Federal Emergency Agency (FEMA) reminds us that there are many things we can do to be prepared for … Continue reading

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Enlightening Info from the NWS

Our National Weather Service web site  is an incredibly rich place for exploring and locating a variety of climate/weather/safety information.  Today I found this page, S.E. US, Gulf of Mexico Weather, while looking for information about Hurricane Paula, which has … Continue reading

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