Monday, October 15, 2012

Webinar: Fire Prevention and Preparedness: Activities and Events to Engage Your Communities

Pin It Here is a notice from FEMA.  It appears that you can sign up simply by creating a login account (name, password, and e-mail address).  For those of us here in the Idaho area it would be Wednesday, October 17th at 1 p.m.


Webinar: Fire Prevention and Preparedness: Activities and Events to Engage Your Communities

Fire Prevention and Preparedness: Activities and Events to Engage Your Communities 
Wednesday, October 17th

3:00 p.m. EDT
National Preparedness Month has ended!  However, we want to maintain the momentum and enthusiasm we’ve built over the past several weeks by providing you with ideas for activities and events you can plan to keep local communities engaged in disaster preparedness efforts, whether it’s at home or in the wider community.

As a reminder that Fire Prevention and Safety is a year-round activity,  FEMA’s Individual and Community Preparedness Division and 
Ready.gov will present a FREE Webinar on Wednesday, October 17 about fire prevention events and activities you and your stakeholders can implement in your communities to engage the public. Fires are the most common hazard, and it’s smart to know your risks and appropriate protective actions, especially with the holiday season approaching.
Speakers from the United States Fire Administration and Hope World Wide will discuss their efforts to prepare communities for fires, sharing their resources, ideas and projects before taking questions from participants.
  • ·         The USFA will discuss their Have Two Ways Out Campaign during National Fire Prevention Week, which falls this week (October 7-13). 
  • ·         Hope World Wide will discuss their Protecting Our Neighbors Campaign, which encourages fire prevention education projects in neighborhoods at risk for homes fires, and .
Register/Log in 
Register if this is your first time joining the Community Preparedness Webinar Series.
Log in if you have already registered for this webinar, have registered for a previous webinar or if you're aHSIN.gov user.
If you have questions regarding this event, please contact citizencorps@dhs.gov.

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