Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Resolve to be Ready! Emergency Preparation Kit Giveaway including $25 Target GC

Before a disaster turns your world upside... Resolve to be Ready!!!

OEM would like to encourage New Yorkers to Resolve to be Ready this year and be prepared for an emergency by taking three steps: (1) Make a Plan, (2) Get a Kit, (3) Be Informed.

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It is so important to be ready!!! The main goal of the Ready New York City campaign is to encourage parents to Resolve to be ready and be prepared in the case of an emergency, both small and large, partially by staying informed through OEM’s Facebook page.

Make a Plan:
Develope a Disaster Plan with your Family. Prepare for what to do, how to find each other, and how to communicate in an emergency. Disuss a meeting place and emergency exits. It's always helpful to go over this information and practice your plan.

Get a Kit:
Gather Supplies! It's important to keep at least 3 days worth of supplies.
Important items include:
- Water (one gallon of water per day/per person)
-Non-Perishable,ready to eat food (& Can Opener)
-First aid kit
-Flashlight
-Battery-operated AM/FM radio & extra batteries (you can also buy wind-up radios that do not require batteries)
-Personal hygiene items:like soap,feminine hygiene products,toothbrush & toothpaste
-Phone that does not rely on electricity
-Child care supplies or other special care items(like Baby formula or medicine)

Be Informed!
OEM is branching out and sharing information with New Yorkers in more ways than ever before. On OEM’s Facebook page you can find more information and even take the first step in making a plan by selecting and sharing your own meeting place using the Get Ready NYC: My Meeting Place Facebook application. Also, you can download a Resolve to Be Ready preparation calendar from the site which contains quarterly, monthly, and weekly reminders to help prepare for emergencies, large and small, throughout the year.


Please be ready!! We never know when an emergency is going to happen. Resolve to be Ready!!! Do you have a plan or a kit?

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Win it!!!One of my lucky readers can win an Emergency Preparation Kit! The kit consists of a $25 Target gift card, flashlight, AA batteries, travel first aid kit, and protein bars.

MANDATORY/REQUIRED ENTRY:
Visit www.readynyc.org and check out the guides for tips & information. Leave a Comment telling me a tip you found most useful or ways you are preparing for an emergency.

EXTRA ENTRIES:
To receive these extra opportunities for entries, you must fulfill the first REQUIRED entry. But in addition you can:

■Follow me via Google Friend Connect (1 extra entry)
■Subscribe via e-mail (1 extra entry)
■Add @Shawnmh to your Twitter -Leave me your twitter ID (1 extra entry)
■Add @NYC OEM to your Twitter -Leave me your twitter ID (2 extra entries)
■Tweet this giveaway on Twitter. Be sure to include a link to this contest page (Leave me the link)(1 extra entry/this may be done daily)
■Add my button to your site AND/OR add me to your blog roll.(1 entry for each)
■Like the NYC Office of Emergency Management Facebook and submit a photo showcasing how you are preparing for emergencies in the New Year.
(3 extra entries)
■Use the Get Ready NYC: My Meeting Place Facebook application (2 extra entries)
■Blog about this contest: Add a link to this post (5 extra entries)

This giveaway is open to US Residents only. Please leave a separate comment for each entry.(Please make sure if you are anonymous you leave your email address with your comments.)

This giveaway will end on February 8th at 11:59 pm Est. The winner will be notified and have 48 hours to respond to my email or another winner will be chosen.


*Disclosure: I am helping to spread awareness to prepare families for emergency situations. This information and giveaway was provided by the Ready NYCity Campaign*

Please visit OEM-New York City Office of Emergency Management for Important information.

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Domestic Diva said...

I learned that keeping an emergency kit in your car can be really helpful, especially in the winter.

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amandawk said...

I learned that it's important to make a plan, such as where your family should meet after an emergency.
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Toystory said...

I think that you need to "check your kit" periodicly for expired items, low to dead batteries, etc is a great tip. Basically don't make one and "forget it"... stay prepared!
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Shooting Stars Mag said...

personally, I just try and make sure we have flash lights on hand for small things and that if there were a fire or something, that I know where to go.

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JC said...

This is one great tip and reminder-Identify all possible exit routes from your home and neighborhood.
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katychick said...

I learned i really need a plan. I need to show my kids how to get out of the bedroom windows and where to meet us in front of the house and who to call in case we get seperated-ugh- i really neeed to get busy. i dont even have bandas in the car.
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Anonymous said...

Way up here in Northern NY, i'm just 40 minutes away from Canada!
Blizzards/power outages are a constant worry right now- we keep a 2 week supply of food that can be warmed up easily on our woodstove.
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Tamara B. said...

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~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

Checking Kit to make sure al items are in stock!

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tristatecruisers said...

i put aside extra money, food and water just in case :) the kids also have started on their emergency list :)

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Kim said...

we prepare by always ensuring our cells are charged!

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Carrie N said...

one tip i found useful during a emergency is to have a doggy bag ready for your pets.If you cannot take your pets with you make sure the pets have shelter and food available. Nnewtt7 at aol dot com

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janetfaye said...

I like this tip:Decide where your household will reunite after a disaster. Identify two places to meet: one right outside your home and another outside your neighborhood, such as a library, community center, or place of worship.

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debbie said...

I learned they reccommend to start off with at least 3 days of food, water and supplies. (I think they should say more like a couple of weeks, but that's just me).
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janetfaye said...

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Maureen said...

I learned what families should have in their go kits, which should be ready in case of evacuation.
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Sarah said...

I'm getting a kit together for my pets~! i have four cats and 2 dogs I need to have a kit ready for including carriers and spare leashes for the dogs!

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wizardewu said...

I learned that we should have enough supplies at home to survive on our own for 3 days.
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Tracy R said...

I am happy to say that I am preparing for any potential emergencies by taking a Community Emergency Response Team Training class (CERT). CERT has free training classes in communities nationwide. I am learning how to not only protect myself, but also how to help my family friends and neighbors. Everyone should check out CERT. Take a friend and take the class!!

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Tabathia said...

to pack a go bag which you should pack money, important documents and child care supplies and any meds needed
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Dolphin Girl said...

I liked the reminder to check your kit. You have to make sure it is all current. I checked mine recently and found that my kids had outgrown the extra clothes!

floating said...

We put extra winter clothes in the car and food
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Howell said...

I like the tip about preparing a go bag for an evacuation.
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Mom2anutball said...

I like the tip to Identify all possible exit routes from your home and neighborhood.
Something we need to do!

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I used the meeting place application!
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Carol W. said...

I thinks it's very useful to have the kids be part of the preparedness campaign. The various puzzles available to them will help to make children more aware.

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Kitty said...

I learned that you should have at least One gallon of drinking water per person per day.

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deb c said...

The emergency supply kit list was really helpful.
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Stacy said...

I keep several months of food and water in case of emergency.

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rubynreba said...

I learned that it is very important for everyone in the family to have a plan to use for an emergency.
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peg42 said...

I like the tip about Deciding where your household will reunite after a disaster. Identify two places to meet: one right outside your home and another outside your neighborhood.
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Kelly K. said...

I make sure to keep stocked up on things the kids would need, canned foods, batteries, etc. ktk 403 at gmail dot com

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abfantom said...

The tip that I found useful was to ensure that household members have a copy of your household disaster plan and emergency contact information to keep in their wallets and backpacks.

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Mari said...

Make an emergency plan and conduct practice drills.

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makeetis said...

I learned that In addition to getting emergency alerts and updates through radio and television news, you can sign up for Notify NYC to receive emergency messages through the telephone or by text message.
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Stephanie said...

Designate an out-of-state friend or relative that household members can call if separated during a disaster. If New York City phone circuits are busy, long-distance calls may be easier to make. This out-of-state contact can help you communication with others.
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Romapr said...

I learned that Ready Schools is a partnership between OEM and the Department of Education to bring emergency preparedness education to classrooms with fun and interactive learning. Great! Every school needs this. Thanks!

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#2 I used the Get Ready NYC: My Meeting Place Facebook application and my nearest meeting place is the library.

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mistee said...

I learned you should always update your kit to make sure there are no dead batteries, etc...

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luis vargas said...

Designate an out-of-state friend or relative that household members can call if separated during a disaster.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

have a bag with granola bars, water, clean clothes, blankets..coat in car and extra shoes


when preparing for an emergency kit don't forget the furry ones

Mysharona said...

I like the tip to identify all possible exit routes from your home and neighborhood.

sksweeps said...

I'm fairly well prepared (earthquake and fire territory here), but I learned that I should make sure I've got a phone that does not rely on electricity ... off to dig in closets to see if I've got one!

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buzzd said...

I learned you should have a designated place to meet after an emergency

marthajane said...

I keep a portable first aid kit around all the time, and take it with us on trips or when we are going to be outdoors all day. I have flashlights, matches & candles all in one easy to find place (plus an oil lamp!)

Sharon Harmon said...

We prepare by having plenty of bottled water, canned goods, candles, matches, and flashlights with good batteries. ;)
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Courtney said...

I like the check your kit tip because the items need to be in date/working order.

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mogrill said...

We each have a duffel bag with our name embroidered on it. They are in the closet next to the garage door. They have food, water,meds,clothes etc... just in case of emergency.
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littlelatina said...

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5webs said...

I am preparing for an emergency by stockpiling food and water, weapons and ammo (for hunting for food if necessary), and by having solar powered radios and flashlights.
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jlafount said...

I wouldn't have thought about adding a whistle to an emergency kit

Mari said...

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Kiara said...

We prepare by having bottles of water,canned food, and a first aid kit.
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clc408 said...

We were without power for four days a few years ago and since we are on a well, that meant no water also. Now I keep a gallons of water stored for emergencies.

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Jolene said...

it's important to make a plan of where to meet in an emergency

Missybeez said...

I like this tip , using iodine tablets or one quart of unscented bleach (for disinfecting water ONLY if directed to do so by health officials) and eyedropper (for adding bleach to water.

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dawns41 said...

After going through Ice Storm 09 and being out of electric for 2 weeks, I realized how a fireplace isnt good in the case of true emergency.

We will either get a woodstove insert or better yet..take out the fireplace and install a woodstove.
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sohamolina said...

Tip: Decide where your household will reunite after a disaster. Identify two places to meet: one right outside your home and another outside your neighborhood, such as a library, community center, or place of worship.

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Get a Emergency Supply Kit ahead of time is a great tip.

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#5 blogged at http://cindywindylovesblogsnfrogs.blogspot.com/2011/02/emergency-preparation-kit-giveaway.html, carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

CindyWindy2003 said...

http://twitter.com/#!/carafferty/status/32874256832528384
carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

Kim said...

tweet http://twitter.com/kgail11/status/32901587110207488

~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

http://twitter.com/#!/lilshuga2001/status/32933117224419328

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