The City of Normandy Park, along with King County Emergency Management, and the Normandy Park Police Foundation, will be holding a Disaster Skills Training workshop on Oct. 23, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at Normandy Park City Hall.
This event will feature:
- Family Communication Planning
- All Hazards Assessment
- Emergency Kits
- Alternate Routes
- Neighborhood Readiness
- City Partnerships
- Pet Preparedness
“King County is prone to many hazards, and when one happens many services we rely on will be overwhelmed. It may be difficult for residents to travel or communicate. Residents need to be prepared to be self-sufficient during these times. Understanding of disaster skills is critical to being prepared.
“This training will provide an overview on hazards and the certain skills needed after a disaster. We will cover topics related to: local hazards, utility control, water storage/purification, emergency sanitation, creating family emergency plans and ways to make it through events that might disrupt your normal daily routine.
“Each training is the same presentation however is circulating throughout the County to be able to provide this critical information to all community members.”
WHAT: DISASTER SKILLS TRAINING
WHEN: Wednesday, Oct 23, 2019: 6:30pm – 8 p.m.
WHERE: Normandy Park City Hall, 801 SW 1741h Street, Normandy Park, WA 98166
ALL AGES Disaster Preparedness Education Event
ONLINE REGISTRATION: https://bit.ly/31WWGe8
PHONE REGISTRATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS Sophia Lopez 206-205-6545
- King County Emergency Management
- City of Normandy Park
- Normandy Park Police Foundation
BENEFITING Residents of Normandy Park and surrounding communities
“Are you ready…….?????”