Emergencies happen, often with little or no notice. By taking action beforehand, you can be prepared for any emergency. Be Ready Navy—Be informed before, during, and after an incident; make a written family emergency plan; and build an emergency supply kit good for at least three days.
Emergency Response at Work:
In the event of an emergency, the Navy expects all personnel, families, contractors, and others affiliated with a Navy installation to be prepared to take the appropriate action: evacuate, move to a civilian shelter, move to a designated safe haven, or temporarily shelter in place. You also should be able to recognize the mass warning and notification systems.
See the links below for information for the following scenarios:
- Evacuations from a Navy Installation
- Safe Havens for Navy Personnel
- Civilian Shelters for Navy Personnel
- Sheltering-in-Place at a Navy Installation
- OCONUS Emergency Actions
- Mass Warning and Notifications at Navy Installations
Know the Exits!
Remember, your most direct path out of your building could be blocked in the event of an emergency. Know where all of the exits are for your building. Below are the floorplans for NPS Spaces.
Note, the information is FOUO and an active NPS User account is required to access them.
Family Response Plans:
Every individual or family should have a preparedness plan, complete with a list of contacts during an emergency. Making an emergency preparedness plan empowers you. It save lives, property, and time, and reduces stress. Are you and your family ready for an emergency?
Click the links below to open a form you can fill out to make a Family Emergency Plan and Contact Cards.
For more helpful information on Emergency Preparedness, see www.ready.navy.mil