If you own or operate an equine facility, and live in an area that may be prone to hurricanes, floods or fires then you should have a well laid out Evacuation plan for your family and the horses in your Care, Custody & Control.
Having an evacuation plan in place and periodically performing them at your facility is a way to see if your plan works and if adjustments are necessary. Perform the drills during the day and night – leave the lights out to simulate no electricity. Having an effective evacuation plan will get you and your horse(s) out safely. The Plan should be posted throughout your facility, where it is visible to everyone.
To see more preparedness tips and guidelines for horse owners check out this Hurricane Guide!
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