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Title: Family Prepardness


1
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief
FAMILY PREPAREDNESS
2
Family Preparedness
  • Goal
  • Help families prepare for disaster by
    discovering disaster hazards in their
    communities, developing plans to survive and
    ministering before and following a disaster.

3
Family Preparedness
  • What is a disaster?
  • Anything that causes human suffering or creates
    human needs that the victim can not alleviate
    themselves.

4
Family Preparedness
  • Make a list of disasters that could
  • happen in your community.
  • Ice/snow Tornadoes Flood
  • Earthquake Riots Fires
  • Air Crash Hail Industrial Accident
  • Power Failure Gas Leaks Boat
    Accidents
  • Explosion Water Shortage Rail Crash

  • Others

5
Family Preparedness
  • What would your family need to
  • survive a disaster?
  • Water Food
  • Supplies Equipment
  • Shelter Cooking Equipment
  • Tools Transportation
  • Money Communication

6
Family Preparedness
  • How to prepare for a disaster.
  • Develop a family disaster plan.
  • Develop your family supply kit.
  • Train your family.
  • Practice your family disaster plan.
  • Share your family disaster plan with others.

7
Family Preparedness
  • Developing your family disaster plan.
  • Identify the disaster hazards in your community.
  • Educate yourself about those disasters.
  • Southern Baptist Disaster Relief
  • American Red Cross
  • The Salvation Army
  • County Emergency Management

8
Family Preparedness
  • Developing your family disaster plan (continued)
  • Discuss the information with your family.
  • Write your family disaster plan.
  • Share your family disaster plan with others

9
Family Preparedness
  • Train Your Family
  • Discuss your plan with your family.
  • Provide training for your family.
  • Southern Baptist Disaster Relief
  • American Red Cross
  • Disaster Services
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Mass Care and Sheltering

10
Family Preparedness
  • Provide training for your family (continued)
  • How to use equipment in the Disaster Supply
    Kit.
  • How to contact family members following a
    disaster.
  • - Identify rendezvous site near your home.

  • - Identify rendezvous site outside your
    neighborhood.
  • - Identify out-of-state contact person.

11
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
  • Water - 1 gallon a day per person
  • Food -
  • Canned - meats, fruits, vegetables, juices,
    soup, milk
  • Staples - sugar, salt, pepper
  • High Energy Foods - peanut butter, jelly,
    crackers, granola bars, trail mix

12
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
(continued)
  • Comfort foods -cookies, hard candy, lollipops,
    sweetened cereals, instant coffee, tea bags
  • Vitamins
  • First Aid Kit -(Trauma type)
  • Prescription Medication
  • Aspirin or nonaspirin pain reliever
  • Antacid
  • Anti-diarrhea medication - Laxative
  • Others

13
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
(continued)
  • Tools and Equipment
  • Cooker and gas - pots and pans
  • Radio and flashlight with extra
    batteries
  • Eating utensils, hand operated can
    opener
  • Matches, signal flares, fire
    extinguisher (ABC)
  • Paper, pencils, compass, map
  • Pliers, wrench, tape, rope

14
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
(continued)
  • Tools and Equipment (continued)
  • Tent, sewing kit, whistle,
  • Plastic sheeting, plastic bags,
  • Toilet paper, towelettes, feminine
    supplies
  • Personal hygiene items,
  • Plastic bucket with lid
  • Household chlorine bleach, disinfectant

15
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
(continued)
  • Clothing and bedding
  • Sturdy shoes, work boots
  • Rain gear,
  • Hat and gloves
  • Blankets or sleeping bags
  • Thermal underwear, coats

16
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
(continued)
  • Special Items
  • Baby needs
  • Adult needs - eye glasses, contacts, etc.
  • Entertainment - games and books
  • Important Family documents
  • Cash
  • Gasoline in the automobile

17
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
(continued)
  • Practice your Family Disaster Plan.
  • Share your Family Disaster Plan.
  • With friends and neighbors
  • Build relationships pre-event.
  • Provide ministry post-event.
  • Update your Family Disaster Plan regularly.

18
Developing a Family Disaster Supply Kit
(continued)
  • Storage of your Family Disaster Kit.
  • Keep in a dry, cool place.
  • Keep covered at all times.
  • Keep opened items in plastic bags or
    screw-top jars.
  • Inspect food for spoilage before use.
  • Use foods before they spoil or are out of
    date.
  • Rotate food

19
Family Preparedness
  • Sheltering your family.
  • Use your home if possible.
  • Evacuate the area if possible. (Plan your
    routes).
  • Stay with family or neighbors.
  • Use a shelter sponsored by ARC or your
    church.
  • Use camper or the tent in your Family
    Disaster Kit.
  • If necessary use your van or automobile.

20
Family PreparednessSpiritual Preparation
  • See the disaster as a ministry opportunity!
  • Be READY to share the love of Christ.
  • PRAY, PRAY, PRAY!
  • Meet Peoples Needs
  • Using Hope In Crisis

21
Family Preparedness
  • When disaster strikes!
  • Keep calm and institute your Family
    Disaster Plan.
  • Turn off your utilities.
  • Help others and provide leadership.
  • Inspect your surroundings.
  • Seek information (Radio, TV, government
    officials).
  • Provide information to government
    officials.
  • Secure your shelter or evacuate the area.

22
Family Preparedness
  • When will the next disaster happen?
  • Are you and your family prepared?
  • Is your church prepared?
  • What will you do as a result of being here today?

23
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief
FAMILY PREPAREDNESS
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