In 2013, Miami-Dade County revised all Storm Surge Planning (evacuation) Zones based on new modeling data. As a result, a greater portion of the County falls within planning zones. It is important for the entire University community to know if their home is within a planning zone, and if so, to plan accordingly. Determine if your home is in a storm surge planning zone by visiting http://gisweb.miamidade.gov/communityservices/, entering your address, and selecting the emergency management tab or call the Miami-Dade County Answer Center at 3-1-1.
Develop a family emergency plan. Use the emergency planning templates at Ready South Florida or Ready.gov to outline how you will get to a safe place, contact one another, get back together, and what you will do in different situations.
Build a kit with these essential disaster items to ensure your basic needs are met during the first 48-72 hours after a disaster:
Get involved before a disaster strikes! Here are a few ways you can help make the community more resilient to disasters:
Learn more about University-sponsored initiatives at www.prepare.miami.edu. Being ready for a disaster starts with you. Take these basic steps, and when a disaster strikes be a survivor, not a victim.
|Medical Campus and UHealth Info||For the UM Research Community|
|Student and Parent Info||Hurricane Season PC and Data Protection|
|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)|