USPS: Make emergency preparedness a priority

August 31, 2023 September is¬†National Preparedness Month, and the Postal Service is encouraging employees to take time to prepare for the unexpected. ‚ÄúDisaster professionals suggest scheduling time on your calendar to create an emergency plan,‚ÄĚ said USPS Corporate Affairs Vice President Judy de Torok, who oversees the organization‚Äôs continuity and preparedness team. Here are some…

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Postal Bulletin highlights National Preparedness Month

Tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires, and floods can strike at almost any time, and are just some of the disasters we face each year. These events can generate fear, frustration, and even depression; yet, planning ahead can help response and recovery, and relieve some of the anxiety and stress caused by unexpected events. Effective planning for emergencies…

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USPS: Employees urged to beware of wildfires

The Postal Service is reminding employees to be cautious of wildfires like those occurring this month in California, Oregon and Washington. Wildfires ‚ÄĒ which can happen anywhere, anytime ‚ÄĒ often are sparked by human activity or lightning strikes. They can spread quickly, particularly in areas experiencing hot weather conditions, high winds and little rain. To…

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