Emergency Plans

Family Disaster Plan (click here)

A Family Disaster Plan is a document that outlines how you will prepare your family to face an emergency situation. Please click on the link below to download the Family Preparedness Plan courtesy of MCEMA/FEMA and the Red Cross.

Special Needs Personal Disaster Plan(click here)

A Special Needs Personal Disaster Plan is a document that outlines critical elements in caring for a Special Needs person in an emergency situation. Please click on the link below to download the FEMA/American Red Cross Special Needs Preparedness Plan.

Family Communication Plan (click here)

Communication networks, such as mobile phones and computers, could be unreliable during disasters, and electricity could be disrupted. Planning in advance will help ensure that all the members of your household—including children and people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, as well as outside caregivers—know how to reach each other and where to meet up in an emergency

Business Disaster Plan

A Business Disaster Plan is a document that assists business and industry in planning for disaster including the safety of employees and protection of corporate assets.

Please refer to National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) for further information. They provide an Emergency Management guideline designed to be a description of the basic criteria for a comprehensive program that addresses disaster recovery, emergency management, and business continuity. There is a cost for these services.  

School Disaster Plan

All school districts, colleges and Universities have Disaster plans specific to their District. Due tot the sensitive of this information these plans are not currently available to the general public. 

Others who should have disaster plans

  • Apartment Complexes
  • Day Care/Pre-School
  • Assisted Living Facilities
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • Hospitals

Check with these organizations to see if they have a plan in place and request to review the plan. If a plan is not in place, templates are available through FEMA, The American Red Cross, and the healthcare accrediting agencies.