Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Minth #Infrastrcture

Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month

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Next month is Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month!
There are 16 critical infrastructure sectors that are important for the safety and security of the United States. These sectors include the power we use at home, the water we drink, transportation that gets us from place to place, and the Internet and communications networks we use to reach friends and family. We all play a part in keeping these sectors safe.
Get involved by learning more about critical infrastructure, cybersecurity efforts, and other initiatives by visiting https://www.dhs.gov/cisr-month. Join the conversation on social media by following @Citizen_Corps, @Prepareathon, and using #infrastructure to post your own tips and news.

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Stay Safe This Halloween


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Halloween is just around the corner! Whether you’re lighting a jack-o-lantern or making costumes, use these tips to make your Halloween safe and fun.
  • Use flashlights or battery-operated candles for Halloween decorations.
  • Keep Halloween decorations away from open flames, light bulbs, and heaters. Decorations like cornstalks and crepe paper can catch on fire easily.
  • Look for “Flame Resistant” or “Flame Retardant” labels on costumes because candles and flammable costumes can be a dangerous combination. If you make costumes at home, choose flame-resistant fabrics like nylon and polyester. 
  • Always have an adult go along with children when trick or treating.
  • Use sidewalks when trick or treating. Cross only at street corners and crosswalks. 
To learn more about the causes of Halloween-related fires, visit https://www.usfa.fema.gov/.

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