Block Captain Training Manual and instruction sheet
Meet with your Neighborhood Emergency Preparedness Specialist
Get to know your block
Inform the residents on your block on the drill specifics.
a. Make copies of the flyers for distribution to EVERY household prior to September 14th.
b. Meet each household and pre-populate the Block Incident Tally and Reporting Form with names and numbers of people in each household.
c. Explain the drill and invite everyone to attend and participate.
d. Leave one flyer a few weeks before the drill and deliver a second flyer a few days prior to the drill.
Plan any social gathering or event for after the drill that makes sense for your block. Potlucks, BBQ's, preparedness presentation, and/or emergency training. Have fun with it!
Sound an alarm of some sort at EXACTLY 6:00 pm
After the alarm has been sounded
Enjoy your social event or end your portion of the drill