The Safe America FoundationÂ is launching a new campaign, “Drill Down for Safety,” designed to “create local practice drills on an annual basis in communities large and small to assure that Americans are prepared for disasters.”Â
The nationwide campaign will focus initially on getting businesses — small, medium-sized and large — to organize emergency drills during September 11th. According to Safe America official Bob Surrusco, the organization will be creating three scenarios — a power outage, a flood, and a pandemic — for participants to use in their exercises.Â ”Getting people to practice – just like staging a fire drill,” the Safe America website explains, “will be a first step in making executives, families, disabled, senior citizens and children feel empowered – and convinced – that in an emergency, their actions can both protect their lives and minimize property loss.”
This video provides more information on the campaign:
A video (above) describing the “Drill Down For Safety” Campaign.
The Safe America Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with headquarters in Marietta, Georgia. Founded in 1994, the foundation partners with corporate, governmental, public and private sector organizations, and other nonprofits to improve the safety awareness and preparedness of Americans nationwide.Â If you are interested in getting involved in the “Drill Down For Safety” campaign, contactÂ Bob Surrusco (firstname.lastname@example.org) orÂ Joel Mendelson (email@example.com).