Talk:Emergency Preparedness

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  • Checklists for kits

    How about a checklist for the two kits? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Hillshum (talkcontribs) March 3, 2008. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

    Broken links

    A large number of the Web links on the page are no longer valid. They should be reviewd and corrected, as needed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Tjk (talkcontribs) June 6, 2010. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

    www.ready.gov

    Can we add www.ready.gov as a source or external link? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Ellsworthm (talkcontribs) April 28, 2011. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

    Any registered user can edit the article, e.g., Emergency Preparedness, and can fix broken links. (Only the requirements section is protected.) We invite and encourage Users to (attempt to) fix a broken link whenever they come across one, or by annotating it as broken. You can report a list of specific multiple broken links here on the talk page. (Or, you can annotate it next to each (broken) link on the article page itself. I'll see about setting up a template to make this an easy, repeatable process.) We could always use help with "link checking". Thanks, —RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 22:53, June 6, 2010 (EDT)
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