Family Safety Plan: Communication


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When preparing for a disaster, making plans with your family is one of the most important steps you can take. The three Cs should dominate your actions with your family during any critical incident: Coordination, Communication and Cooperation. Rob Pincus expands on the three Cs, taking into consideration the probable challenges families will face during a disaster.

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3 Responses to “Family Safety Plan: Communication”
  1. BC

    What about FRS. or Amateur radio? Both are good alternatives to cell phones for local and the latter is also good for regional communication, neither requires any infrastructure beyond your own equipment. Amateur radio (a.k.a. Ham radio) has been used for almost a century as emergency communication during some of the biggest disasters we have seen, including Katrina. People should look into these as additional options in their communication plans when cell phones or other methods fail.

  2. Joseph Parris

    You didn’t mention citizens band radios! They have portable ones that are good for a mile or two, and if you hook them up to a car with a bigger antenna you can get out further and CB’s have an emergency channel, channel 9

  3. mike hayes

    you did not say anything about Radios,
    my family is Ham lic, it only cast $15 for 10 years for FCC amateur radio licence (ham),
    now have DMR digital radios that can sent text to other dmr radios.


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