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Emergency Preparedness and Management
Emergency Management and Preparedness addresses emergencies and teaches the Haslet community to think about hazards, prepare for them and know how to act when they occur.

Haslet Fire Chief Kirt Mays is the Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Haslet. 

BASIC PROTECTIVE MEASURES FOR ALL HAZARDS

Some basic protective actions are similar across many different hazards:

  • Physical safety is a concern for all hazards and may involve Shelter or evacuating.
  • Develop a family communications plan. 
  • Make an emergency supply kit  to be prepared for any type of disaster.
  • Learn about receiving emergency alerts and local emergency plans for shelter and evacuation, local emergency contacts, and local advance alerts and warnings.
  • When recovering from a disaster, safety as well as mental and physical well-being must be considered.
FOLLOW THESE LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Technological Hazards Severe Weather Natural Disasters
TECHNOLOGICAL  SEVERE NATURAL
      HAZARDS WEATHER DISASTERS

TECHNOLOGICAL HAZARDS include Household Chemical Emergencies, Hazardous Chemical Emergencies and Blackouts.

NATURAL DISASTERS include Floods, Earthquakes, Drought, Tornadoes and Wildfires.

SEVERE WEATHER includes Winter Storms & Extreme Cold, Thunderstorms & Lightning, and Extreme Heat.

Contact Us
Haslet Fire Department
1701 So. FM 156
Haslet, TX 76052
info@hasletfire.org

Non-Emergency Phone Number:
817-439-1048
Fax:  
817-439-3554


ALWAYS DIAL 9-1-1 FOR EMERGENCIES!

Fire Chief Kirt Mays
Email Fire Chief

Phone:
817-840-3949
Fax:  
817-439-3554