June 1st to November 30th 2022
Motorcoach operators should make sure that all contracts with your vendors are up to date and that your drivers and equipment are road ready and can pass initial inspection so they qualify to be placed in theater with the vendors upon your arrival to the selected staging area.
Be sure to check with your vendor representatives. Since the pandemic, many of changes have been made and we may need to update all sorts of information to make sure that we are at the cutting edge of being operationally ready in the event that we are called upon to provide any form of emergency or large-scale transportation movements.
Review your contracts with hospitals, power companies, nursing homes and other needed vendors to make sure that you have all your current contact information and emergency response procedures in place to help with a smooth operational period in the event of called response.
Below are some helpful links and searches on this topic. In the event that you don’t have Internet service available during such an emergency, you should download all of these links in advance, saving them as PDFs on your mobile devices.
Check back here for any any additional training and other pertinent information that becomes available.
RELEVANT LINKS AND SEARCHES
- National Hurricane Center
- Hurricane season 2022: How long it lasts and what to expect
- Expect another above-average hurricane season in 2022, NOAA predicts
- Hurricane Guide 2022 – CBS Miami (cbsnews.com)
- Recommended Supplies to Include in a Basic Emergency Kit:
- Plan Ahead for Disasters | Ready.gov / Planifique con tiempo para los desastres | Ready.gov
- Disaster Survivor’s Checklist | FEMA.gov
- Lancer offers hurricane safety tips for bus drivers
- Search (bing.com): FEMA Emergency Check List
- Search (bing.com): What goes into a basic emergency preparedness kit?