The Safe America Foundation is pleased to offer a series of webinars as part of our 'Drill Down for Safety' national program. Through this program, Americans are demonstrating their level of preparedness by practicing various activities in September, which is National Preparedness Month.
In 2009, the Safe America Foundation held its inaugural 'Drill Down for Safety' program and in partnering with governmental agencies, businesses, nonprofit organizations, groups, families, and other stakeholders – over 400,000 Americans at 127 sites/cities in 24 states did a preparedness activity!
The webinar series typically are one hour webinars of 40 minutes of presentation followed by 20 minutes of questions and answers. The presenters are subject matter experts from public and private sectors. We look forward to your participation.
Please check back on this website, as we continually update it with new webinars.
For more information, contact Bob Surrusco at
Safe America Podcasts
The Safe American Foundation has a variety of podcasts for you to view or download.
Safe America Foundation Retrospective
Here is a historical look at the Safe American Foundation and the programs that have impacted people across the nation and in other countries as well. The Safe America Foundation team and its partners profile some of the unique initiatives, projects, and collaborations.
Introduction to Drill Down for Safety
In 2009, Safe American Foundation began its inaugural '9/11 Drill Down for Safety' campaign. It was obvious that there was a need to reach out to new stakeholders across the nation to help them do emergency practice drills to be prepared for an emergency. The Safe America team and its partners began a grassroots efforts spreading across the nation resulting in over 400,000 people in 27 states at 127 sites/cities participating in the campaign by doing a preparedness activity in September! In response, more governmental agencies, businesses, nonprofit organizations, groups, families, and others have joined the campaign.
Safe America Foundation: Drill Down for Safety
This is a shorter version of 'Introduction of Drill Down for Safety' campaign that can easily be shared with others at your business, agency, group meeting, family meeting, and other events.
Pledge to Drill
Len Pagano, CEO of Safe America Foundation provides perspective on the importance for people to practice preparedness drilling, along with some tips.
How to use text messaging during an emergency
Uncle Joel's niece is worried as she watches on t.v. a large storm being reported. Using a cell phone, Caitlin texts Uncle Joe asking if he is okay, but he does not know how to text. Eventually, Caitlin shows Uncle Joel how to text.
Drill Down for Safety Volunteers
Volunteers share why it is important for people to be prepared by participating in the '9/11 Drill Down for Safety' campaign
Drill Down for Safety: Business
Erin shares why it is important for all business to practice drilling even in a small office such as this one! Here are some tips that can help you develop your practice drill.
Drill Down for Safety Public Service Announcement
Safe America shares why emergency preparedness drilling is important through knowledge, practice, readiness, and confidence.
Drill Down for Safety on WSB
WSB-TV Channel 2, AtlantaGeorgia reports on the '9/11 Drill Down for Safety' campaign being announced in WashingtonD.C.