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In today's digital age and constant connection on social media, a more traditional communication method could help save lives during an emergency. One of the best ways to ensure everyone stays safe is to have a chat with family, neighbours and workmates about what you can do to get ready for disasters. You might think it's too complex or complicated, but really, it's simple. There are five easy and practical steps you can take right now.
One of those steps is to 'look out for each other' - sharing information with your family, friends, neighbours and those who may need assistance. As well as preparing properties, you should also check in with loved ones, the elderly in the area and perhaps striking up a conversation with a neighbour you haven't spoken to before.
Find out more: https://resilience.nsw.gov.au/prepare.html
Get ready now in five simple steps:
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