<p>3rd Annual Mililani Emergency Preparedness Fair</p>

* Town Center of Mililani

3rd Annual Mililani Emergency Preparedness Fair

Saturday, October 28, 10am - 2pm

3rd Annual Mililani Emergency Preparedness Fair

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

  • Bring your keiki to participate in HPD’s free keiki identification program
  • Laminated photo ID card

Entertainment
Beginning at 10am

  • Mililani Mauka Elementary School Choir Mililani Middle School Hula Halau
  • Mililani ‘Ike Elementary School Dance Team Mililani Uka Elementary School Choir
  • Pas De Deux
  • Kipapa Elementary School

Emergency Kit Essentials

  • Water  –  One gallon per person per day for seven days for drinking and sanitation
  • Food  –  Non-perishable food that does not require cooking. Popular local foods such as spam, corned beef, and Vienna sausages
  • Eating Utensils  –  Plates, mess kits, forks, and chopsticks. Don’t forget a non-electric can opener for canned foods
  • Radio  –  Battery-powered or hand crank radio with NOAA Weather alert
  • Light  –  Flashlight and/or a portable fluorescent light
  • Spare Batteries  –  Check annually
  • First Aid  –  Get a good kit and consider enrolling in a certified first aid course
  • Whistle  –  Important for signaling for help. A whistle carries much farther than the human voice and uses less energy than yelling
  • Dust Mask   –  Helps to filter contaminated air
  • Sanitation  –  Moist towelettes, garbage bags, and plastic ties for personal sanitation
  • Tools  –  Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities, duct tape
  • Maps  –  Local area maps

PARTICIPANTS

  • American Red Cross
  • Honolulu Police Department
  • Honolulu Fire Department National Weather Service
  • National Disaster Preparedness Center
  • Feeling Safe, Being Safe Program
  • Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps
  • Disability & Communications Access Board
  • Hawaiian Electric
  • Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA)
  • Board of Water Supply
  • And more….

 

QUESTIONS? PLEASE CALL: 768-5009

Sponsored by Council Chair Ron Menor

In partnership with the City Department of Emergency Management

Source: City and County of Honolulu Department of Emergency Management

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