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Announcements
Emergency Preparedness Tips in Sign Language
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security (GEMA) released a video, "Emergency Preparedness Tips in Sign Language." This Ready Georgia video reviews the different types of disasters that may occur in Georgia and provides specific tips for the deaf and hard of hearing on how to prepare for them.
Winter weather is upon us!

Preparation is key to enduring cold
Now that we've had a taste of cold weather, I wanted to share some tips on preparedness. Find a list of things to consider at http://www.ready.gov/winter.

Weather Warnings

Receive Local Weather Alerts Via Phone/TDD/TTY Device

Floyd County Emergency Management offers the Code Red Weather Warnings to keep citizens better informed during threats of severe weather or other emergency situations.
Slideshows
Files
 Emergency Prepardeness Tips for the Deaf.pdf
Floyd County Emergency Management provided this information to our students during a stop on campus Thursday, October 13, 2011.
 EmergencyPreparedness_101
311.pdf
Floyd County Emergency Management shared this slideshow during their presentation at GSD on Thursday, October 13, 2011. If you're still curious about the tornado that came so close to campus April 27, 2011, there's information on that here. Also, learn more about Code Red Weather Alert and what you should include in your emergency preparedness kit!
Contacts
+ Kennedy, Katherine
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