Cornell's Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) website includes:
Checklist & Tips for Safe Winter Driving, from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, covers:
Topics also include:
FEMA's Guide to Winter Storms & Extreme Cold also covers what to do before, during and after a winter storm, storm terminology, and more.
Winter Storms: Deceptive Killers from NOAA & the National Weather Service, is an 11-page PDF that explains winter storm terms and how winter storms form. Also includes a wind chill chart and national map of winter storm hazards. Included are suggestions on how to stay informed about storms, steps to take to prepare for them -- at home, work, and on the farm. Learn how to create a family disaster plan.
Winter Storm Preparedness from the American Red Cross explains the difference between a winter storm advisory, warning or watch. Also tells you how to prepare for a winter storm. Covers what to include in a supply kit. Discusses how to remain safe during a storm, including being aware of carbon monoxide dangers associated with generators and other alternate sources of heat and light.
Winter Weather from OSHA covers hazards faced by those who must work outdoors in winter weather, and ways to prevent "cold stress" and other health conditions.
Last updated July 26, 2019