The Middlesex County Office of Emergency Management and Preparedness, in conjunction the Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group, is sponsoring a workshop on Preparedness Training for residents and their families on May 27.
“Individual and Family Emergency Preparedness Training: A New Way of Thinking” will discuss ways to get prepared and detail how to put these plans into action when the need arises. The activities will center around a systematic approach to preparedness and overcoming its challenges using realistic solutions.
This free workshop will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. May 27 at the Middlesex County Fire Academy, located at 1001 Fire Academy Drive, Sayreville. Adults and children age 12 and over are encouraged to attend and learn how they can help keep their home and family safe in the event of an emergency.
“I think this event’s approach to safety and planning for emergencies is one that’s relatable and practical for all our residents and their families,” said Freeholder H. James Polos, Chair of the Public Safety and Health Committee. “I encourage everyone to attend the workshop.”
For further information, call 732-316-7100.