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Title: Family Disaster Planning


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HFHS Wellness Programs
  • Wellness Program offerings include
  • 150 Wellness Incentive
  • HAPs iStrive Lifestyle Management Programs and
    Succeed Health Risk Assessment
  • Wellness screenings (as part of mandatory
    screens)
  • Walk for Better Health
  • Tobacco Treatment Services
  • Flu shots
  • Monthly presentations
  • Weight Watchers At-Work
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Diabetes in Active Care (in partnership with
    Diabetes Care Center)
  • Stress and Pain Free Living Program (in
    partnership with Center for Integrative Wellness)

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www.henryfordconnect.com/wellness
Sign up to be a Wellness Ambassador!
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2009 Wellness Incentive Earn 150!
  • Deadline is August 31, 2009

Complete the online HAP iStrive Succeed Health
Risk Assessment AND Submit the 2009 Wellness
Incentive Participation Form Visit
www.henryfordconnect.com/wellness.
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Staying Alive Plan to keep your family safe
  • Nick Radu Bob
    Salter
  • Director of Security Employee
    Health and Safety

Source - John Snider HFHS Emergency Planner
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Campus Crime Prevention
  • A pattern of attitudes and behaviors directed
    both at reducing the threat of crime and
    enhancing the sense of security to positively
    influence the quality of life in our work area.
  • GOAL
  • Enable employees to create a safer, more secure
    and enjoyable work environment.
  • We want everyone to be aware and on the lookout
    for crime risks and help us initiate action to
    remove or reduce it.

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Challenges
  • A. Mostly female employees
  • B. High tension work environment
  • C. Open door policy

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How You Can Help
  • Crime prevention is everyones business.
  • It should always be a central role in our work
    life.
  • Safe work place begins with a safe engaged
    employee.
  • Know who is where and why.
  • Do they have an ID card.
  • How do you approach.

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Objective to Break the Crime Triangle
Criminal
Ability to do it
Victim
Desire to commit crime
To do it
Opportunity
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Prevention
  • Education of all employees
  • Improvement of unsafe locations, poor lighting
  • Lack of access control
  • Work with departments and employee groups
  • Create an environment that discourages violence
  • Create resource protocols
  • Conflict resolutions skills
  • Duress Alarms
  • Security involvement

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Personal Protection Orders
  • Report to HR, Security
  • Provide copy of PPO
  • Provide Picture of suspect
  • Change parking location
  • Ask for escort
  • Program Security or Police number in your cell
    phone
  • Duress alarms in work area

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Personal Disaster Planning
  • Types of Disasters
  • Natural
  • Manmade
  • What to do to prepare

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Personal Disaster Planning How Do We Prepare?
  • Gain knowledge
  • Create a disaster plan
  • Assemble a disaster supplies kit
  • Identify a safe room for each type of disaster
  • Reduce home hazards

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Gain Knowledge
  • What kind of disasters are most likely to happen
    in our community?
  • How will I be warned?
  • How do I prepare for different kinds of disasters?

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Your Risk
  • Write down the top three emergencies that you
    think you should be most prepared for?
  • What events are most likely to happen that
    would cause you (or your family) an emergency?
  • Consider the impact that each of these
    emergencies would have on you and your family

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Disasters in our Community
  • Man-Made
  • Explosion
  • Fire
  • Terrorism
  • Weapon Violence
  • Structure Collapse
  • Transportation event
  • HazMat event
  • Natural
  • Hurricane
  • Flood
  • Earthquake
  • Ice Storm
  • Tornado
  • Wildfire
  • Sever Thunder storm
  • Pandemic

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Tornadoes
  • Capable of destroying homes and vehicles and can
    cause fatalities
  • May strike quickly, with little or no warning
  • Forward speed may vary from stationary to 70 mph
  • Rotating winds may reach 300 mph

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Severe Thunderstorms
  • The ingredient that defines a thunderstorm is
    lightning
  • In the United States, an average of 300 people
    are injured and 80 people are killed each year by
    lightning

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Winter Storms
  • Several Ice Storms in the last few years
  • Thousands of homes were without electricity, gas
    and water services
  • Millions of dollars worth of property damage
  • Roads/bridges closed due to ice and damage, trees
    down across roads
  • Power lines down

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During a Disaster
  • Watch for downed power (electrical) lines!
  • Teach your children to not touch the lines, or
    anything connected to the downed line
  • Never go into an area where lines are down
  • Call 911 and notify them of the location

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Developing a Disaster Plan
  • Who should you, family call?
  • Where should your children go?
  • Where will you meet family members?
  • How will you escape your home?
  • Do you have an alternate route?
  • What will you take with you?
  • Where will you go if you evacuate?

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Emergency Contact List
  • Exercise - write down your Emergency Contacts
    (people and information)
  • Prioritize list - whom should be called first
  • Share the list with relatives, day care, work and
    schools
  • Document key Emergency health information others
    must know if you are not present to inform them
  • For each family member
  • Date of birth, allergies, medications, blood
    type, health conditions, past medical problems,
    etc

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Emergency Conversations
  • Establish an Emergency babysitter if you are
    not able to get home
  • Your children should know who they are to call,
    where they should go if you are unavailable
  • Pet caregiver pet setter should an evacuation
    happen
  • Veterinarian phone number
  • Have a supply kit available for pets
  • Have transport cage available
  • Collar and ID tags

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Emergency Situations
  • Children in Day Care or Schools
  • Verify phone contact lists
  • Check out Centers protection plans
  • What are plans for keeping exposed children away
    from other children
  • Where are children evacuated to?
  • Special Needs (disability) consideration
  • Work
  • What are work rules for reporting to work
  • Verify emergency contact numbers for work
    (Employee Self-Serve at HFHS)

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Develop a Disaster Plan
  • Do you have disaster supply kits?
  • You may need to survive on your own for three or
    more days
  • Is your home prepared for a disaster?
  • Do you have an evacuation plan?

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Disaster Supply Kit
  • The Six Basics
  • Water
  • Food
  • First Aid Supplies
  • Clothing and Bedding
  • Tools
  • Other Important Items

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Disaster Supply Kit
  • Food that Wont Spoil
  • Canned foods, dry mixes, high energy foods such
    as peanut butter, jelly, granola bars, trail mix,
    vitamins, powdered milk, canned juices, hard
    candy
  • Dont forget to include a manual can opener!
  • Food Safety
  • Keep canned foods in a cool, dry place
  • Keep boxed foods in tightly closed plastic or
    metal containers
  • Date each food item
  • Replace food items every six months

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Disaster Supply Kit
  • First Aid Supplies
  • A complete first-aid kit with manual
  • Prescription medications (for each family member)
  • Non-prescription medications such as aspirin and
    non-aspirin pain relievers, anti-diarrheals,
    antacids, syrup of ipecac, antihistamines,
    laxatives
  • Extra pair of glasses or contact lenses

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Disaster Supply Kit
  • Clothing and Bedding
  • At least one blanket or sleeping bag per person
  • At least one change of clothes per person
  • Sturdy shoes or boots
  • Hat and gloves

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Disaster Supply Kit
  • Tools
  • Emergency preparedness manual
  • Flashlight
  • Battery operated weather radio
  • Extra batteries
  • Duct tape, basic tools
  • Plastic sheeting
  • Important family documents

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And what could be more important
  • Than TOILET PAPER!
  • Couple of bags of kitty litter and a 5-gallon
    pickle bucket
  • Hand sanitizer

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Other important points
  • Storing important family documents
  • Emergency money
  • Is your emergency kit portable?
  • Do you have pets?

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And the primary rule
  • What you pack is what you carry!

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Develop a Disaster Plan
  • Preparing Your Home
  • Post emergency telephone numbers by every phone
  • Learn how to shut off water, gas, and electricity
    at main switches
  • Install smoke alarms on every level of your home
  • Anchor and secure heavy furniture, appliances,
    water heater, etc.

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Escaping from your home
  • Escaping from your home
  • Include escape routes from every room of your
    house
  • Teach the crawl method to escape
  • Consider the needs of children and physically
    challenged
  • Run practice drills
  • Check smoke detector batteries

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Developing a Disaster Plan
  • Meeting Places
  • Pick one location a safe distance from your home
    in case of fire
  • Pick one place outside your neighborhood in case
    you cant return home
  • Choose an out-of-state person as a check in
    contact

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And Lastly.
  • REMEMBER TO PRACTICE AND MAINTAIN YOUR PLAN!

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Cool tools already available
  • Department of Homeland Security Ready America
    www.ready.gov
  • www.MI.gov.ready
  • Find out what your RQ score is
  • Visit www.WhatsYourRQ.org
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