AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) hosted a large-scale hurricane train involving representatives from greater than 30 state companies and companion organizations on the Texas State Emergency Operations Center in Austin this week.
The multi-day train, hosted by TDEM with the Texas Emergency Management Council, goals at affirming the state’s readiness in getting ready for, responding to, recovering from and mitigating in opposition to hurricanes.
“The collaboration during this hurricane exercise is crucial to ensuring state resources are ready to respond when disaster strikes,” mentioned Texas Emergency Management Chief Nim Kidd. “As Texas state agencies and our partners bolster preparedness efforts, TDEM reminds Texans to take necessary precautions now to enhance preparedness before the next disaster hits.”
As a precaution, and to be higher ready for a potential hurricane, Texans ought to:
- Stay knowledgeable
- Heed the steering of native officers
- Monitor native climate forecasts
- Make an emergency plan
- Review hurricane evacuation routes
- Build a package containing emergency provides
- Consider reviewing flood threat and insurance coverage protection.
The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season started on June 1 and runs via Nov. 30.
Texans are inspired to go to the Texas Hurricane Center at gov.texas.gov/hurricane and ready.gov/hurricanes for preparedness assets and security tips.TDEM’s disaster portal might be accessed at tdem.texas.gov/disasters.
TDEM’s disaster portal might be accessed at tdem.texas.gov/disasters.