An accident may cause a hazardous material to enter the air. Unless the hazardous material is flammable, emergency response professionals may recommend that you stay indoors until you receive instructions to leave. You may be instructed to "shelter-in-place" which means you must remain inside your home or office and protect yourself there. Our well weather-stripped buildings slow … Continue reading What Does “Shelter In Place” Mean?
Are You Prepared? Here's a great offer to get you started - 15% discount off the purchase of a home emergency kit! Check out the flyer for promotional code and link to order: Pemberton Resident Offer To touch , feel and inspect a home emergency kit - stop by the Emergency Preparedness Week-Open House … Continue reading
On October 18, 2012 at 10:18 AM, thousands of British Columbians participated in “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” in The Great British Columbia ShakeOut, the largest earthquake drill in BC history! All British Columbians were encouraged to participate in the drill.British Columbia is located in a seismically active region where a few thousand earthquakes occur … Continue reading Be Prepared for any Emergency or Disaster!