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Winter Weather Safety Graphics

A collection of winter weather safety graphics.
A truck plowing snow. Don't crowd the plow. For more tips visit www.ready.gov.
Don't Crowd the Plow

someone texting family on a smart phone. Check in with family and friends. For more tips visit www.ready.gov.
Check in with Family and Friends

 A tablet, laptop, and two smart phones, all hooked up to chargers. Charge your devices. For more tips visit www.ready.gov/get-tech-ready
Charge Your Devices

Emergency car kit supplies including flashlight, scraper, sand, phone charger, jumper cables and reflective signs. Build an emergency car kit. for more tips visit www.ready.gov/car
Emergency Car Kit (Winter)

cars parked along a road covered under heavy falling snow
Driving in storm (Twitter)

cars parked along a road under heavy snow
Driving (Facebook)

houses in the snow with speech bubbles coming from them. Neighbor check. Check on your neighbors in an emergency. For more tips visit www.ready.gov.
Neighbor Check

a hand holding a megaphone. Listen to local officials. For more tips visit www.ready.gov.
Listen to Local Officials

A snow covered plowed road. Stay off the roads. for more tips visit www.ready.gov.
Stay Off the Roads

a winter coat, scarf, hat gloves and socks. Wear layers to prevent frostbite. For more tips visit www.ready.gov/winter.
Prevent Frostbite

A dog running in the snow. Don't forget to wipe your dog's paws. Ice-melting chemicals can make your pet sick. #BeInformed
Protect Pets from Ice Melting Chemicals

A dog running in the snow. Don't forget to wipe your dog's paws. Ice-melting chemicals can make your pet sick. #BeInformed
Protect Pets from Ice Melting Chemicals

An old woman shoveling snow. When it's freezing check on your neighbors. #BeInformed
Check on neighbors

An old woman shoveling snow. When it's freezing check on your neighbors. #BeInformed
Check on Neighbors

Graphic image of a house covered in snow. Snow may seem light as it falls from the sky, but when it piles up on a roof, the heavy weight of the snow can pose a structural threat. Safe removal of snow from rooftops can help avoid roof collapse.
Removing Snow from Your Roof?

A graphic image of a window overlooking a snow storm. How unprepared are you for winter storms?
Un-Prepared

When the snow falls... wear loose-fitting, lightweight, warm layers, rather than one heavy layer of clothing. Take breaks while shoveling snow--overexertion can bring on a heart attack. Help firefighters by keeping fire hydrants clear of snow.
When the Snow Falls

A car driving in a snow storm. Slow down and if possible, stay off the roads during and after a storm. #BeInformed
Stay Off the Roads

A car driving in a snow storm. Slow down and if possible, stay off the roads during and after a storm. #BeInformed
Stay Off the Roads

A man bundled up shoveling snow. Take breaks while shoveling snow. Overexertion can bring on a heart attack. #BeInformed
Take breaks while shoveling

A man bundled up shoveling snow. Take breaks while shoveling snow. Overexertion can bring on a heart attack. #BeInformed
Take Breaks While Shoveling

A house covered in several feet of snow. Always keep gas generators away from home and garages. #BeInformed
Generators

A house covered in several feet of snow. Always keep gas generators away from home and garages. #BeInformed
Generators

From behind, a person walks their dog in the snow, bundled up in a coat and hat. When it's freezing, limit time outdoors. #BeInformed
Limit time outdoors

A man wearing a coat and cat walking in the snow. When it's freezing, limit time outdoors. #BeInformed
Limit Time Outdoors

Last Updated: 10/20/2020