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Fire Evacuation Framework

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  1. # Fire Evacuation Framework
  2.  
  3. Version 0.2, Updated 2017-10-10
  4.  
  5. ## Contents
  6.  
  7. - TO-DO
  8. - What to do first
  9. - What to grab
  10. - Where to go
  11. - Where to put this
  12. - Resources, PDFs, Links
  13.  
  14. ## TO-DO
  15.  
  16. - Divide roles with spouse and family members.
  17. - DONE Find PDFs describing what to do (see below)
  18. - Review and framework go bag
  19.   - Include kids’ bag(s) -- possibly use red backpack in laundry room for this?
  20. - Review procedure with local hams
  21. - Designate emergency contact person in family out of state
  22. - Plan emergency meeting point (read up on this first)
  23. - Upload to online location.
  24. - Add normal packing list for vacations to this list
  25. - Learn how to turn off the gas line
  26. - Make sure the [in-laws living locally] have a list like this
  27. - Develop alternate location to head to if [in-laws' house] is not an option.
  28.  
  29. ## What to do first
  30.  
  31. - Turn car around in driveway and unlock & open all doors.
  32. - Tell the kids to get a backpack and a few toys and get in the car. Bring their school lunch bags even if empty.
  33. - Get grocery bags from car or from inside house for use in packing.
  34. - Look outside, for “glowing sky,” embers, etc. and get an idea of direction and range. Compare to wind direction and speed. Look for aircraft: Number, vicinity, direction, and frequency. If they are looping around locally, keep track of how many loops, has it stopped, etc.
  35. - Hose down roof? Use backyard hose with power sprayer attachment
  36. - Begin loading car using the list below as a reference
  37. - Call or email AND text emergency contact -- don’t trust text alone.
  38. - Grab items listed below.
  39. - Leave the house unlocked with a note inside of who evacuated, where you are heading, and the time and date.
  40. - Leave side gate open.
  41. - Leave office door open. All sensitive materials should be removed by now.
  42.  
  43. ## What to Grab
  44.  
  45. TAKE PHOTOS OF ALL ROOMS INCL EQUIPMENT.
  46.  
  47. - 4 P’s: Papers, Prescriptions, Pictures, and Pets.
  48. - Most papers are with us but it’s a good idea to bring a bill and any e.g. passports.
  49. - Cats will need to be put in cages and they’ll need food.
  50. - Tent and sleeping bags
  51. - Back yard
  52.   - MAYBE grab the bikes but there probably won't be room.
  53. - Front Room
  54.   - Cable modem & cable, router & cables, white HDD(s) with family photos.
  55.   - Any laptops sitting around
  56.   - Mouse / trackball
  57. - Office
  58.   - Paper files from clients
  59.   - Certificates and diplomas off walls
  60.   - Computer HDD or whole computer if you can.
  61.   - Physical materials needed for coaching work
  62.   - One high school sketchbook
  63.   - SW/AM/FM radio
  64.   - Toolbox & extra screwdriver set on bookshelf
  65.   - One USB drive out of spares
  66. - Bedroom
  67.   - Daytime clothing
  68.   - Medications
  69.   - Glasses case
  70.   - Phone chargers
  71.   - Power brick / strip
  72.   - Emerg. Backpack
  73. - Kitchen
  74.   - Fire extinguisher from under sink
  75.   - Food storage supplies
  76.   - Water storage containers & a pot and some utensils
  77. - Back bathroom
  78.   - Other backpack
  79. - Cats and Kids
  80.  
  81. ## Where to Go
  82.  
  83. Most people are evacuating to the nearest, most convenient location. This will probably be the [in-laws’ house across town] in our case.
  84.  
  85. - Local Exits:
  86.   - North to [town to north] via 101
  87.   - NorthEast to [neighboring county]
  88.   - South to [south city]
  89.   - West to old road to the coast
  90. - Friends and Family
  91.   - There are churches and friends all around
  92.  
  93. ## Where to put this
  94.  
  95. - Print and keep a copy in the kitchen and in the office.
  96. - Also keep a copy at example.com/fire and add to phone home screen.
  97.  
  98. ## Resources, PDFs, Links
  99.  
  100. - CalFIRE PDF: Evacuation Tips PDF (Download this to your phone)
  101.   - http://www.calfire.ca.gov/communications/downloads/fact_sheets/Evacuation.pdf
  102. - Cal Forestry Tips PDF
  103.   - http://www.fire.ca.gov/communications/downloads/Evacuation.pdf
  104. - Another tips PDF
  105.   - http://www.co.teller.co.us/oem/WildFirePrep.pdf
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