Fact sheets on disaster related topics

Here are some useful fact sheets from the Hawai’i Emergency Management Agency:

HI-EMA Fact Sheet No. 1 – Should I shelter-in-place or go to a hurricane evacuation shelter?

HI-EMA Fact Sheet No. 2 – What should I do in an emergency if my kids are at school or daycare?

HI-EMA Fact Sheet No. 3 – What should I do in an emergency if I have access and functional needs?

HI-EMA Fact Sheet No. 4 – How do I prepare my home for high winds?

HI-EMA Fact Sheet No. 5 – What should I do immediately after a hurricane or tropical storm?

HI-EMA Fact Sheet No. 6 – Post Storm Assessments & Inspections

Also, if you are on Island of Hawai’i (Big Island) please not that many DOE schools serve as emergency shelters; however, County Civil Defense agencies have determined which schools are official activated shelters (see also Hawai’i State Department of Education).

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