Wireless Emergency and Personal Weather Alerts Wireless Emergency Alerts In weather emergencies, warnings can save lives. But traditional warning methods such as television, radio and outdoor sirens don’t always reach everyone. Emergency officials now have a new way to send warnings directly to cell phones in affected areas — Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEAs). These short … Continue reading Wireless Emergency and Personal Weather Alerts
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Recall Summary Brand Name, Model of Affected Product: Kidde Dual Sensor (Photoelectric and Ionization) Smoke Alarms – Models PI2010 and PI9010 Hazard: A yellow protective cap in limited instances may have been left on one of the two smoke sensors in affected products during the manufacturing process, which could compromise the smoke alarms’ ability to … Continue reading Recall of Kidde Smoke Alarms: Do You Have These?
LOCKDOWN PDF Following the tragic events that happened on Feb 14th in Parkland Florida, at Majorie Stoneman Douglas High School, several Minnesota high schools reported lockdowns in varying degrees. Some of the lockdowns announced were precautionary in nature, but the decision was made from analysis of posted social media comments from students. Hyper-sensitivity allows us … Continue reading Lockdown Procedures
Tips for ARCC/ATC Parking Lots: Drive Slow. The speed limit in parking lots is ONLY 15-20 miles an hour. High rate of speeds are more apt to get you into accidents or to hit pedestrians. Stop for all pedestrians. Pedestrians have the right of way in ANY crosswalk. Use your blinker Come to a complete … Continue reading Parking Lot Pitfalls and Risks – do you know how to avoid fender benders?