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Emergency Evacuations – How You Can Make Your Plan More Efficient

Emergency Evacuations – How You Can Make Your Plan More Efficient

No matter what the most common disasters are in your area, there is at least one universal truth: everyone should have an emergency evacuation plan. Your plan can include any number of steps, depending on your facility campus layout and local evacuation routes. It is crucial to be prepared for a number of disaster scenarios, and while there are plenty of things to worry about during an evacuation, having access to nutritious food & water shouldn’t be one of them.

Providing delicious, nutritious food during or after an emergency evacuation is one way facilities and families can reduce stress during a chaotic time. Meals for All can help make your evacuation process streamlined and simple:

  • Meals for All’s disaster food supply has a 10-year shelf life. No need to check to see if food has expired as you are running out the door in an emergency.
  • Each case of Meals for All food is only about 15 pounds. Our stackable, low-profile cases allow for easy transport from your home or facility.
  • Your food will be safe to eat once you’ve evacuated. Heavy-duty #10 cans minimize the danger of spills, punctures, and contamination during what could be a chaotic time.
  • Everyone can stay nourished. Meals for All‘s easy-to-modify plan ensures you have enough food for facility residents, staff, or your family — even those with specific dietary needs.

The final item on your evacuation list should be plenty of emergency water. Blue Can Water is purified, sterilized, and hermetically sealed in aluminum cans to ensure freshness for up to 50 years. Easily stacked and transported, Blue Can Water also comes in a wide variety of cases and pallets sized to meet your hydration needs. 

Contact a Meals for All consultant at 916-832-MEAL (6325) for more ideas to make your home or facility evacuation plan more efficient. Disasters don’t wait – bolster your evacuation plan today!

For more details regarding how to prepare evacuation plans for specific emergencies, visit Ready.gov.

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