Are you Prepared?
Take Our Emergency Preparedness Quiz to find out
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1) True or False
All emergency disasters can be predicted before they happen.
Incorrect. Some disasters like earthquakes can occur without any warning. It's important to be prepared for any emergency at any time" (Taking)
3) True or False
The needs of pets and animals must be disregarded during an emergency situation.
Incorrect. Pet owners are responsible for their animals during an emergency. If you are a pet owner, you can prepare a plan and supplies for your pets as well. (Taking)"
5) Multiple Choice
Who in your family should take a CPR class?
Correct! All members of a family can take a CPR class if they are of age.
Incorrect.Only the head of the family.
All members of the family if they are of age.
All members of the family including small children.
No one in the family unless they are trained in medicine.
2) True or False
Responding to an emergency should only be carried out by trained professionals.
Incorrect. Only people trained to respond an emergency should handle an emergency situation. Taking action yourself could put you or others in further danger. If you are prepared, no matter who you are, your actions can save lives during the aftermath of an emergency" (Answering).
4) True or False
An emergency situation can be of natural or man-made causes.
Incorrect. Disasters such as tornados, earthquakes, and tsunamis are natural, while vehicle crashes or terrorist attacks are emergency situations where humans are responsible. It's important to prepare for any emergency, natural or man-made."
6) Multiple Choice
All of the following are important in preparing for an emergency, EXCEPT...
Correct! By distinguishing between needs and wants, you can pack lightly during an emergency and store more of the essentials for survival (Useful).
Incorrect.Adjusting a plan based on the type of emergency
Creating and outline
Rescuing all your possessions
Re-evaluating your plan for any unforeseen circumstances