VIDEO: Attorney General Moody Encourages Floridians to Be Ready for Potential Hurricane Strikes During National Preparedness Month
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Attorney General Ashley Moody is recognizing National Preparedness Month by encouraging Floridians to be able to face potential hurricane strikes. National Preparedness Month raises consciousness concerning the significance of getting ready for disasters and emergencies that would occur at any time. As the second—and often extra active—half of hurricane season begins, Attorney General Moody is highlighting the 2022 Hurricane Preparedness Guide to assist Floridians in creating storm-safety plans.
Attorney General Ashley Moody mentioned, “We’ve been lucky that it’s been a relatively calm hurricane season—so far—but it wouldn’t be prudent to let your guard down. In recognition of National Preparedness Month, I am urging all Floridians to reevaluate their storm preparations and make needed adjustments to keep their families, pets and homes safe.”
The theme of this 12 months’s National Preparedness month is: “A Lasting Legacy. The life you’ve built is worth protecting. Prepare for disasters to create a lasting legacy for you and your family.” Floridians ought to take inventory of present hurricane-safety plans with the intention to defend family members and property. Attorney General Moody’s 2022 Hurricane Preparedness Guide incorporates info and tips for staying protected earlier than, throughout and after a storm.
Preparedness tips offered by the information embody:
To entry the whole 2022 Hurricane Preparedness Guide, click on here.
To entry the information in Spanish, click on here.
After a storm strikes, restoration could be a grueling course of that scammers might try to use. To assist Floridians keep away from falling sufferer to scams which will happen within the aftermath of a hurricane, Attorney General Moody launched Scams at a Glance: After the Storm.
To obtain Scams at a Glance: After the Storm in English, click on here.
To obtain Scams at a Glance: After the Storm in Spanish, click on here.
Floridians can keep knowledgeable about critical storm occasions utilizing the Florida Division of Emergency Management’s web site, FloridaDisaster.org. Floridians can monitor a storm’s development and the most recent climate alerts utilizing the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Hurricane Center by visiting NHC.NOAA.gov.
In the occasion of an incoming tropical storm or hurricane, Floridians ought to search for additional steering from native officers and emergency managers.