Personal Risk Matters

Emergency and Safety Resources for the Southeast

Posted on Friday, September 08, 2017

To assist our clients in the Southeast who may be impacted by Hurricane Irma, Marsh PCS has compiled the following list of resources. The safety of our clients and their loved ones is our top priority. Please stay safe and reach out to us directly at 800-814-5500 or MarshPCS@marsh.com if you have preparedness questions or need assistance before, during, or after the storm.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Federal guidelines only allow housing assistance when a primary residence is impacted by a presidentially-declared disaster. Most disaster assistance from the Federal government is in the form of low interest loans.

Florida

Florida Division of Emergency Management

Florida Emergency Information Line

  • 800-342-3557- The Florida Emergency Information Line (FEIL) is a toll-free hotline activated at the time of an emergency to provide an additional resource for those in Florida to receive accurate and up-to-date information regarding an emergency or disaster situation impacting the State of Florida. FEIL line is currently activated and available 24 hours/7 days a week.

County-Specific Information

Hotel Resources

Traffic/Transportation

  • Transportation hotline at 800-955-5504
  • Traffic - Latest information on traffic and roads or call 5-1-1
  • Tolls suspended - Tolls that have been suspended across the entire state

Power Outages

Mobile Apps

Georgia

Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency (GEMA)

Traffic/Transportation

Mobile Apps

North Carolina

North Carolina Department of Public Safety

Traffic/Transportation

Mobile Apps

South Carolina

South Carolina Emergency Management Division

Traffic/Transportation

Other Resources

  • Zello - mobile walkie-takie app that you can use if you are in a place with weak signals Google Play iTunes.

 

Last Updated September 8, 2017

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