Emergency Planning At Work

Your employer may have building-evacuation plan. Some companies practice regular Workplaceemergency-evacuation drills. There should be a meeting place outside your building where everyone can gather.

But don't rely on your employer for everything. Keep your own supply of fresh water and canned food at your desk or in your locker. A flashlight and battery-powered radio may also be helpful. Everyone should consider keeping a change of clothes at work. A pair of strong, practical shoes or boots should be included.


Emergency Planning Links

Create A Plan
Prepare A Kit
Listen For Information
Emergency Planning If You Have a Child In School
Emergency Planning At Work
Emergency Planning For People With Special Needs and Senior Citizens
Emergency Planning For Pets
Emergency Kit Checklist
Recovering From a Natural Disaster in College

Missouri DHSS Planning for Emergencies: Three Steps to be Prepared, A Family Safety Guide