Three things every family communications plan needs

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Published on December 31, 2014 with No Comments

Emergencies never happen at convenient times.  There’s a good chance Hoosier families may not be together when disaster strikes.  That’s why it’s important for citizens to have an emergency communications plan.

When creating a communications plan, make sure everyone understands who to contact, how to make contact, and where to meet.

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Write down emergency contact numbers for everyone in the family and make sure everyone has a copy handy in a wallet, purse, backpack, etc.

Sometimes local cell towers and phone lines are overwhelmed during an emergency. Designate an out-of-state contact that everyone can contact to relay messages.

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For example, cell towers and land lines may not be affected equally during a disaster.  If contact can’t be made via cell phone, try using a land line, and vice versa.

Also try text messaging if phone calls are not working. Texting only requires a short signal burst to transmit. If a cell tower is damaged and only functioning intermittently, text messages may be able to get through when a call cannot.

Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are also great communication tools in a disaster.  A quick post can be a big relief to loved ones during a stressful time.

Where to Meet

The final piece of the plan is setting up a meeting place for family members to reunite after an emergency.  Make sure everyone is familiar with the location and could get there easily.

For more information on how you can get prepared, visit GetPrepared.IN.gov.

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