Prepare Now!

Coming Attractions

The Presentation of each of the levels of the 911toolbox are being prepared in video format. Each level of the toolbox will have it's own presentation and discussion.


Presenting the 911Toolbox

The 911Toolbox is a 
Survival Program Designed for All Ages.

First we look at suggested materials for young people 1-25



The 911Toolbox includes a hands-on learning tool (component) and is presented in 12 age appropriate modulesavailable here 24 hours a day and updated throughout the year on a no-cost basis.

After reading the 12 survival education modules here online, you can download the pdf versions from  the n links shown at each of the M1 to M6 toolbox drawers. The original print documents can be optained by submitting an application to the FEMA warehouseor mailing your request to Jessup MD.

EMP Disaster Preparedness

Among predicted national and worldwide disasters the EMP Task Force on National Security .are the upcoming EMP (electromagnetic pulse) disruptions in our electrical grid. which are widely predicted but the timing is unknown. When disasters happen, the total cell, tablet, EBT, Banking systems and computer devices will become inoperable for multiple days with normal operation returning in multiple days to 18 months.

All citizens daily communication and methods of living will be disrupted. 

Those with the 911 Moves survival education will weather the events much better than those who do not have this training.

The events will effect all municipal systems which your daily functions are reliant upon. We urge you to take action now by taking 3 personal steps:

1. Follow the 911 Moves Fire Prevention and Life Safety Education module and become prepared.

2. After reviewing the materials, fill out the educational request and the FEMA warehouse will send “paper” educational documents to your home on a “no-cost” basis.

3. Review the documents with your family and share them with your immediate neighbor. Also, we urge you to schedule multiple times to follow the survival instructions, then develop a neighborhood group that is committed to starting a neighborhood survival team.

The choice of becoming educated in survival disciplines is in your hands. The initial cost is your time and the cost in developing a survival program depends on “how prepared” you, your family, neighbor and neighborhood want it to be.

Through the use of web, pdf documents, interactive education and printed data,  911toolbox creates a pilot educational “survival coalition” with FEMA, Red Cross and National Service Corporation, and most importantly, community interactions. 

The base elements in the 911toolbox pathway are shown in 12 Modules of the program. 

Each drawer of the tool box is age specific and shown as:


DRAWER M1 = ages 1-3 and with the example given:
With approval from National Fire Uh-Ohs nfpa4kids.org
(The Uh-Ohs is a trademark of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). ON. BACK. OFF. ENTER CODE. ENTER.)

The comic characters face dangerous situations (crossing the street, playground, bicycle, kitchen) and dangers are shown. Yes, the character’s are cute and curious but they are careless. Through the comic scenarios NFPA has created an awareness program that parents and children navigate together in a “Family Environment”

DRAWER M2 = ages 4-7 

Visit Ready, Set, Prepare education located at:
Ready Set Prepare
and advanced education presented in “Heros”level 1 for grades 1-2 located at:
"Heros" and summarized below:

In the Youth Emergency Preparedness Curriculum for Early Elementary School (1st-2nd grades), students will learn about emergencies and how to prepare for them. From fire safety to natural disasters, they will exercise their investigative, creative, and communication skills working both individually and collaboratively.

DRAWER M3 = ages 8-11
with the Ready, Set, Prepare education located at:
Ready Set Prepare! 8-11 
with advanced student collaboration shown through:
Hero grade 3-5
 Be A Hero Youth Emergency Preparedness

In the Youth Emergency Preparedness Curriculum for Upper Elementary School (3rd-5th grades), students will work individually and in teams to research emergencies that can impact communities locally and nationally, and apply creativity and literacy skills to demonstrate their understanding of emergency preparedness.

DRAWER M4 = ages 12-14 and advanced HERO education shown at:
Hero grade 6-8  
 Be a Hero Grades 6-8

In the Youth Emergency Preparedness Curriculum for Middle School (6th-8th grades), students will develop a graphic novel to show their understanding of emergency preparedness. They'll gain knowledge through research, games, simulations, discussions, debates, and other inquiry-driven activities.

DRAWER M5 = ages 15-18 and advanced HERO education shown at:
Hero grade 9-12:  
Hero Grades 9-12

In the Youth Emergency Preparedness Curriculum for High School (9th-12th grades), students will engage in discussions, multi-media research, surveys, and interviews to develop their own communication campaigns aimed at raising awareness and motivating others to be prepared for emergencies.

Finally, we try to put it all together with
simply meaning it is better to do it together than alone. Advanced training for ages 19-25 is shown through and interactive program IS-317 or the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program.
CERT Online Training Opportities
CERT training materials and IS-22 "Are You Ready" 
IS-22 Are You Ready? Guide



The Vault is a section of the 911moves Toolbox designed for seniors and those who live with or who may care for disabled seniors.

As with all sections of 911moves the central theme is dealing with emergencies when basic services and access to necessities are interrupted.
 If there is a weather or other large scale disaster affecting our area, we may not have access to ambulance, fire or police services. If phone and electrical services are down we may be on our own to struggle to survive. It’s our responsibility to to be as prepared disasters or crisis as possible. That includes getting some basic supplies and information and community cooperation together before hand.

There are millions of Baby Boomers who are now classified as Seniors or will soon be while still active and somewhat unprepared for their new “Golden Years” ahead. We offer suggestions for remaining safe and healthy while surviving some potentially difficult and unsafe situations in your future.
Unforeseen events can create health and other complications.

“Young Seniors” may not realize that they have joined a group labeled “at risk” by medical and other emergency services. EMS providers are trained to expect that while seniors are unique individuals, they have certain qualities, as an age group that make them more susceptible to life threatening breathing, circulation, nervous system and muscular-skeleton injuries and illnesses. For these reasons we hope to help reduce the common obvious but overlooked causes of accidents like fires, falls, and the injuries that come with these situations. Those accidents often follow or are caused by medication complications and side effects. Often Seniors are not following their medication instructions perfectly and sometimes their physical situation changes since that med was chosen. Multiply the seriousness of their predicament if help is not on the way because of a larger disaster somewhere else.

Our goal is your safety and good health through some preventative techniques and methods as well as suggestions for enjoying active independent living. As the world around us becomes more stressful and demanding, we’re constantly working to provide and update our suggestions. We must be aware at all times that services we’ve come to expect and depend on can be interrupted by unexpected major disaster.
These are a few sample topic links:
This introduction and 22 minute video on dangers in
your home and literature series at http://safeelders.org/ .
This is an excellent “safety video” for seniors (minimizing risks at home).
Our introduction to the subject of safety with falls and fires features
PDF documents for your library.
We feature webme.com for healthy aging; a guide for preventing
slips, trips and falls at: http://www.webmd.com/healthy-aging/guide/prevent-slips-falls/.
This is your over 50+ reference on how to avoid falls by creating
your safe zones in your home questions concerning your specific needs.
Check out these vital videos and brochures available online about Falls and Fires at: http://www.oregon.gov/osp/SFM/pages/commed_sr_program.aspx.
The National Safety Council presents "Slip, trip and falls injuries!"http://www.nsc.org/learn/safety-knowledge/Pages/safety-at-home.aspx.
This material will help you and those around you survive any national disruptions and will help with rebuilding our communities.

Best from the facilitators of the “911 Moves” Fire Prevention and Life Safety Education movement.



All educational materials on this site are covered by copyright guidelines.
We respectfully request that if your organization incorporates
them into your community program, you respect the
original organization's copyright guidelines.

All facilitated material has been selected as the most applicable
for your family needs and Community-Based Resiliency Program.
Please contact these various organizations for printed hard copies.

Regards with thanks for developmental comments
to Frank and Glenn.

See contact section for your input.