Shelter in Place

Shelter in Place - Printable Version

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Some chemical accidents or attacks may make being outdoors more dangerous than being inside a building or your home. In a chemical emergency, officials may ask you to "SHELTER IN PLACE". Meaning, to be safe, you must find "shelter" in your home, workplace or school, and stay there until an "ALL CLEAR" is given. Your vehicle is a "last choice" shelter. Sheltering in Place requires pre-planning, training and active participation for the greatest protection.

See the printable brochure for more details.

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