South Florida's weather can pose a severe threat to our sensitive computer hardware and data. Frequent summer thunderstorms can cause rain damage, electrical surges and power outages. Following the recommendations below can reduce the loss of costly computer equipment and data during inclement weather.
These precautions should be followed year-round.
These steps should be completed before employees are dismissed from work due to a threatening hurricane.
These steps should be taken to resume normal computer operation after returning to work.
|BEFORE AN EMERGENCY TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Before an Emergency Home
|Hurricane Preparedness||If You See Something, Say Something|
|Active Shooter Preparedness||Ready South Florida|
|Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP)||UReady Continuity Planning|
|TRAINING AND EXERCISE:|
|National Incident Management System (NIMS)||Emergency Preparedness Training for Summer Camp Staff|
|OEM Training and Course Offerings||Training and Events Calendar|
|Orientation for Parents|
|List of Federally Funded Mitigation Projects||Miami-Dade County Local Mitigation Strategy (LMS)|