Trini Supplies For Disaster-stricken St Lucia

The items requested included canned goods, biscuits, infant formula, water, mattresses, blankets, hygiene kits, disaster kits and first aid kits and the release stated that the Ministry of National Security and ODPM had initiated the process toward providing the items. Rear Admiral Kelshall and Ramroop both made the trip to St Lucia yesterday to start the delivery of the relief items with the ODPM using five of its pre-positioned and pre-packed containers to send immediately as well as to rent another 40-foot container to send 150 mattresses. The ODPM commenced packing of these two 40-feet containers and was expected to be shipped to Saint Lucia at 1 p.m. by the air guard on 26 December 2013. Local media were initially invited to make the trip to St Lucia at 3 p.m. from the Port of Spain Ferry Terminal, to deliver the second batch of emergency items which were scheduled to be taken by ferry but this mid afternoon trip was eventually postponed. Five St Lucians, lost their lives during the Christmas Eve floods brought on by rains and strong winds, which damaged roadways, bridges and homes, while nine people in St Vincent and the Grenadines, also died with reports of three others, still missing. Up to yesterday the number of flights arriving and departing on the island of St Lucia remained limited yesterday as one of the islands two international airports remained closed following the devastating Christmas Eve floods on the island. An advisory from the Airport Service in St Lucia stated that the airport community: Customs, Immigration and other service providers had systems in place to facilitate passengers through the terminal as works continued to get the Hewanorra International Airport reopened. The George Charles Airport was re-opened from 9 a.m. yesterday (December 25) and operations are back to usual levels.
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Emergency Standby Power Supplies Suppliers

RockleighTECH.com – Rockleigh, NJ Manufacturer Manufacturer of standard & custom back-up & emergency battery standby power supplies including uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) for computer & communication systems. Specifications include 252 mm x 54 mm x 190 mm size, 10 A charging current & 110 V to 220 V power supply. Back-up power supplies are available with internal cooling fans & are suitable for providing over voltage & current protection. Diversified Power Solutions – Saint Petersburg, FL Distributor, Custom Manufacturer, Service Company Distributor of surge suppressors, protectors, uninterruptible & standby power supplies, batteries, inverters, rectifiers & line conditioners. UPS maintenance, power consulting, Toshiba, Oneac, APC, Powerware, Panaflex, EFI, Control Concepts, ERICO. Grainger Industrial Supply – Locations Distributor, Service Company Distributor of a variety of power supplies in types including uninterruptible, 50 to 400 Hertz, AC, DC, DIN rail mounted, industrial, low voltage & more. Services include 24-hour emergency order response services, inventory management services, safety services, repair and replacement programs, hazardous recycling services and storage/material handling equipment services. 1 year warranty.
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Have an emergency supply barrel? It’s time to pay

You dont pay for the maintenance fee until (your barrels) are stored, Grassick said. For an accurate estimate, the city needs to reconcile the list of barrels sold with its October inventory of barrels stored, he added. The city of Cannon Beach devoted $96,445 to the cause of emergency preparedness for this fiscal year. This includes: consulting and other personnel fees; expenses for the emergency preparedness, long-term recovery and emergency shelter committees; container site preparation; purchase of the two new containers; and bringing electricity to the site where a translator for KMUN radio will be located. Thats a sizable hunk of change, especially for a city our size and a city with our revenue, Grassick said. Its indicative of what the City Council believes is a worthwhile program. Posted in Cannon beach , News on Friday, December 27, 2013 11:47 pm. Rules of Conduct 1 Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK. 2 Don’t Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. 3 Be Truthful.
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CDC tips for creating emergency supplies kit

Some of the supplies include water, a toothbrush and toothpaste, can opener, flashlight and batteries. We looked at it from the stuff we had to provide for folks at the shelter, Oppegaard said. Most of the people came with literally nothing. Oppegaard said during Hurricane Sandy the county had to get around 2,000 prescriptions filled because people didnt bring enough supplies with them to the shelter. In order to receive a free emergency supply kit, seniors must fill out a disaster plan booklet, which includes questions about insurance, medications and household information. If they do show up empty-handed again, at least if they come with that we can take care of some of those necessities for them, Oppegaard said.
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Monmouth County equipping seniors with emergency supply kits

If you hear reports of broken water or sewage lines, or if local officials recommend doing so, you would need to shut off water to your house at the incoming water valve to stop contaminated water from entering your home. In a cool, dark place in your home, each vehicle, and your workplace. Preferably in store-bought, factory-sealed water containers. Alternately, in food-grade-quality containers made for storing water and available from sporting goods and surplus stores and other retailers. These containers must be thoroughly washed, sanitized, and rinsed. The water you store in them, if it’s from your tap, may need to be treated before being stored.
This information is based on: http://www.thv11.com/news/article/224174/2/CDC-tips-for-preparing-for-diaster

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