Follow this year’s Twitter chat as PrepareAthon debunk preparedness myths using the hashtag #SafetyFacts. Since the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is all for being alert and preparing for disasters at the drop of a dime, there’s no better way to learn how to increase your preparedness skills by tuning into this tweetversation.
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Does the preparedness myth “Stand in the doorway to protect yourself” during and earthquake sound familiar to you? If so, PrepareAthon will host a Twitter conversation using its Twitter handle @PrepareAthon on Mar. 30, at 2 p.m. EDT. This way you can keep up with emergency professionals across the country as they state facts about how to prepare for disasters and stay safe. They’ll also examine common preparedness myths you might’ve been wondering about.
For more information, visit Community.FEMA.gov/
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