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Think and plan ahead

Planning ahead for an emergency gives you some peace of mind and can keep your family and friends safe. Though unlikely, a range of possible emergencies can occur, from severe storms and blizzards to a flu pandemic and acts of terrorism. Here are some simple steps to be prepared.

Communication Plan

Know how your family will contact one another, and where you will meet.

Food and water

Keep a 3-day supply of food and water on hand for each person in your home. Remember to plan for your pets.

Bottled Water Dry & Canned Foods

  • 4 litres, per person, per day
  • Canned fruits, vegetables & meats (keep in cool, dry place)
  • Manual can opener
  • Juice boxes, canned milk
  • Dried fruit, nuts, crackers, cereal bars
  • Baby food and formula
  • Pet food

First Aid

Have a first aid kit handy, with health products and any prescription medicines.

Special Items:

  • Bandages, gauze, rubbing alcohol
  • Flashlight, battery-powered radio
  • Medical gloves and tape, scissors
  • Extra batteries
  • Pain reliever
  • Important documents such as birth certificates and bank account numbers
  • Health products
  • Soap, toilet paper, tooth paste

Fire Safety Plan

Having a fire safety plan for your home just makes sense. Create one online here. Click on Residential. (It's free.) Make sure everyone in your home knows and understands the plan.

Evacuation Kit

Have supplies ready in your car or in a backpack in case you must leave home. Pack lightly and include basic supplies for 24 to 48 hours.
 

  • Change of clothing
  • Bottled water and cereal bars
  • First aid supplies
  • Prescription medicine

Review

Review your plans and supplies every 6 months with everyone in your home. Replace expired food, water, and medicine. Update your communication plan.

NEWS: Frank Manzo appointed CEO

Creative Arts Savings & Credit Union is pleased to announce the appointment of Frank Manzo to the position of CEO. Read the release...

Look Who's Talking

Shelley Cook recalls a time when she approached one of the big banks for a loan. “I told them I was a stunt girl and they said ‘Do you have a real job?’ “ Read more...

Deposit Insurance

Did you know that deposits in Creative Arts Savings & Credit Union are insured by the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario? So you can rest comfortably knowing your deposits are safe.    Read more... 

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