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  1. 1 - IEMA Highlights Safety during the Holidays
  2. 2 - October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month
  3. 3 - IEMA Joins Nationwide Campaign to Encourage Disaster Preparedness
  4. 4 - Parents Encouraged to Include Emergency Preparedness in Back-to-School Plans
  5. 5 - IEMA Cautions “When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors”
  •  IEMA Highlights Safety during the HolidaysIEMA Highlights Safety during the Holidays

    SPRINGFIELD – If you’re trying to find the perfect holiday gifts for everyone on your list, the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) is offering ideas that will help your loved ones stay safe when disaster strikes. IEMA is focusing on holiday safety throughout December as part of its annual preparedness campaign.​
  •  October is National Cyber Security Awareness MonthOctober is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

    SPRINGFIELD – Reports on computer hacks and online information breaches are in the news almost daily. While the news stories come and go, the effects of having your personal information compromised can be long-lasting. To highlight the importance of understanding and avoiding cyber risks, Governor Bruce Rauner has proclaimed October National Cyber Security Awareness Month in Illinois.​

  •  IEMA Joins Nationwide Campaign to Encourage Disaster PreparednessIEMA Joins Nationwide Campaign to Encourage Disaster Preparedness

    SPRINGFIELD – September is National Preparedness Month and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) is joining with emergency management agencies throughout the state and across the U.S. to encourage people to spend a few moments during the month on disaster preparedness.​
  •  Parents Encouraged to Include Emergency Preparedness in Back-to-School PlansParents Encouraged to Include Emergency Preparedness in Back-to-School Plans

    SPRINGFIELD – In the next few weeks, students from pre-kindergarten through college will be headed back to school. As parents prepare their students for the new academic year, the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) and local emergency management agencies across the state are encouraging parents to include emergency preparedness in their back-to-school plans.​

  •  IEMA Cautions “When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors”IEMA Cautions “When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors”

    SPRINGFIELD – “When thunder roars, go indoors” is more than a catchy phrase about lightning safety. It’s a reminder that you’re at risk of being struck by lightning if you’re outdoors and can hear thunder. That’s the message the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA), the National Weather Service (NWS) and local emergency management agencies will promote during Lightning Safety Awareness Week June 19-25.

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