Free Get Ready preparedness infographics

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Infographic: Keeping it cool during summer heat

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Summer means outdoor fun. But it can also mean high heat and health dangers. Learn how to make summer safer with our infographic.

Follow these tips to ensure a safe & fun summer!

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Infographic: 6 ways to stay safe in winter storms

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Winter storms can cause power outages, create dangerous road and walkway conditions and damage communities. Follow these easy tips to protect yourself and your loved ones in a storm!

Know what to do before, during and after a winter storm.

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5 steps you can take to get ready infographic

Simple steps that will help you prepare for emergencies and disasters

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Disasters can strike on ordinary days. But that doesn’t mean you should live in fear.

With just a few easy steps, you can be ready when emergencies come. Here are five to get you started!

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Prepare for an earthquake: Tips from APHA’s Get Ready campaign

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Do you know what to do before, during and after an earthquake?

Check out these tips.

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How to wash your hands infographic

Do you know how to wash your hands? Our simple graphic is great for posting.

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Hand-washing is one of the most important — and easiest — ways to prevent infectious disease.

Learn how to wash your hands the right way and spread the word about the importance of having clean hands with our free infographic on how to wash your hands.

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Infographic: The Get Ready guide to hand-washing

Hand-washing can help keep you healthy. Get quick tips in this Get Ready infographic.

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Washing your hands is good for your health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, hand-washing is the “single most important means of preventing the spread of infection.”

By frequently washing your hands, you wash away germs that you have picked up from other people,
surfaces or from animals and their waste.

Get the facts and educate others in our Get Ready guide to hand-washing infographic!

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Home safety preparedness infographic

Do you know how to keep your home safe from common disasters? Our new infographic has tips to use and share.

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Our Get Ready home safety infographic shows that being ready for emergencies means preparing your home and family.

It's important to know emergency numbers, hold family disasters drills and have safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

With the right equipment and information, many home disasters can be prevented.

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Emergency stockpile infographic

Do you know when to update your emergency preparedness supplies? This graphic is a great reminder.

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Spread the word about the importance of having emergency supplies with our free Check Your Stocks, Set Your Clocks infographic.

Having a stockpile is important during a disaster, but it can be hard to remember to check your supplies. That’s why Get Ready encourages Americans to use the clock change as a reminder.

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Infographic: 5 ways to prevent the flu

Flu season is here! Learn how you and your family can keep from getting sick.

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Do you know how to prevent the flu? Check out these 5 easy tips:

1. Get vaccinated

Getting vaccinated is the most important way you can protect yourself from the flu. When you get vaccinated, you’re much less likely to get sick.

2. Wash your hands often

Hand-washing is a great way to get rid of germs. Washing your hands with soap and water before and after eating, after coughing or sneezing and after using the bathroom can make a big difference when preventing flu. 

3. Stay away from people who are sick

Keeping your distance from others who have the flu can reduce your chance of getting sick. Flu viruses can spread through air and via surfaces, so stay away from people who are sick.

4. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with your hands

Touching surfaces that are contaminated with germs and then touching your eyes, nose or mouth can allow for the flu virus to enter your body.

5. Practice good hygiene

Clean surfaces and objects in your home, at work, at school and elsewhere to reduce the chances of spreading the flu.

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