Description: Teaches families a five-step process for preparing and coping with possible disasters.
Curriculum/program overview: Many Missourians each year are severely affected by disasters from fire and weather. The possibility also exists that Missourians might soon be affected by man-made (terror) and/or seismic disasters. Emergency preparedness education teaches families a five-step process for preparing and coping with possible disasters. Five-step process includes: 1) Identify hazards likely to happen to your family; 2) Mitigate against the hazards; 3) Develop a response plan, including evacuation route; 4) Plan for coping after a disaster; and 5) Implement drills and family education.
Contact person: Jeff Barber
Evaluation tool: extension.missouri.edu/hes/evaluation/evaluationforms.htm
Fee information: Public good program