Did you know? | Individuals who plan and train together as a team in preparation for disaster are more resilient during and immediately following an emergency incident.
Know your role. Knowing what role you want to play before, during, and after an emergency will help others in your community relate to you and mentally place themselves alongside you as you begin to discuss potential plans for responding to a disaster or emergency in your neighborhood.
Here are six easy questions to consider as your team determines who should do what and when:
If you are an individual, we recommend that you first complete Oakland's Basic Community Emergency Response Team training course. After that, find a buddy or a partner. Tip: consider finding a buddy who can do something you can't.Register for Oakland CERT Training → Join or Register an Oakland CERT
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