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Personal preparedness in the workplace (such as businesses, community agencies and school sites) is an essential part of any business disaster plan.

Learn five actions for emergency preparedness that can help you and your co-workers save a life and be prepared if disaster strikes while you are at work.

Assemble a personal disaster supplies kit for the workplace.

Schedule a free preparedness course at your site.

American Red Cross Bay Area staff conduct non-certificate disaster preparedness courses for personnel at area workplaces. Course content focuses on knowledge, skills, and actions needed for personal preparedness—wherever and whenever disaster strikes. Minimum of 20 participants required. Courses are approximately one hour. Courses are FREE.

Contact us to request a course at your site.

In addition, the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter provides essential tips specifically for use by agencies and businesses in disaster planning and ways to reduce potential disaster damage.

  • Preparing Your Business for the Unthinkable

    Is your business prepared? What can you do to protect your business, employees and customers? Where should you begin? This guide provides essential tips for small and medium businesses on how to create a disaster plan, reduce potential disaster damage and protect employees.

  • Emergency Management Guide for Business and Industry

    This step-by-step guide shows how a business can create and maintain a comprehensive emergency management program. Written for planners and organizers, this guide was developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in cooperation with the American Red Cross. Note that this document is hosted on FEMA's website.

TOGETHERWE PREPARE, Together, We Can Save A life.

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