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MassDOT National Preparedness Month 2013MassDOT and the MBTA are participating with the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) in National Preparedness Month for September 2013.

Residents are encouraged to prepare for natural and man-made emergencies by taking several basic steps:

Get a Kit assembled that will help you deal with an emergency situation.

Make a Plan in advance for your family to shelter-in-place or relocate if necessary.

Be Informed by learning about potential hazards in your area and how to prepare.

To learn more, check out Ready Massachusetts at www.mass.gov/mema/ready.

Visit the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Ready.gov website

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