Learn how to establish resilient facilities and implement emergency response systems that ensure programs are ready to assess, prepare, respond to, and recover from natural disasters.
A hurricane is a tropical storm that starts in the warm waters of the tropics. They can cause considerable damage, especially along coastlines. Explore this resource for information about hurricane preparedness.
Learn how a comprehensive risk assessment can help you prepare your facility to protect children and staff during a natural disaster.
Learn about the important role communication plays in a multi-tiered emergency response system.
Use these five key steps as you implement your disaster management plan.
Implement these four steps as your program responds to a natural disaster.
Learn how to establish resilient facilities that prioritize the safety of children and staff and ensure the prompt resumption of Head Start program services.
Although most wildfires occur in the western part of the United States, wildfires can occur anywhere. Explore these tips and information about wildfire preparedness.
Emergencies and disasters come in many forms, at any time or place, often with little or no warning. Supportive tools like the Bee CALM Backpack can decrease its impact on a child’s social and emotional well-being.
Stay safe procedures help staff know what to do if an intruder enters the facility. This resource focuses on how to prepare for and address the developmental needs of young children during stay safe drills.