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Literacy Alberta helps City use plain language on home emergency publication
The Calgary Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) released the new Plain Language version of its popular Household Emergency Action Plan Friday, Family Literacy Day. The brochure provides information on what individuals can do to protect themselves and their families in an emergency. CEMA worked with Literacy Alberta to produce the Plain Language brochure.
“We welcomed the opportunity to provide plain language services to CEMA’s important Household Emergency Action Plan,” says Janet Lane, Literacy Alberta Executive Director. “Plain Language is always important, and in an emergency, plain language instructions can save lives.”
CEMA's news release quotes Alderman Druh Farrell: "The Calgary Emergency Management Agency has done a wonderful job creating the Household Emergency Action Plan in Plain Language The brochure is clear and straightforward to make it easy for everyone to know what to do in case of an emergency. It's an important resource that all Calgarians should have a copy of."Get copies of the Plain Language Household Emergency Action Plan brochure by calling 3-1-1.