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Hurricane Preparedness...

In the event of a disaster emergency units such as the Police, Fire, and medical services are first on the scene to assess damage, secure public safety, and to assist those in immediate need. Private utility crews will work to restore electricity, telephone and other utilities. Often disaster emergency responders cannot be everywhere helping every one immediately so everybody in your family should be ready to act... Read More

Useful Telephone Numbers  

EMO Press Room

 

441-299-4399

 

 

United States Consulate Number

 

American Consulate General:

‘Crown Hill” 16 Middle Road

Devonshire DV 03

Tel: 295-1342

E-Mail: hmlamcongen@state.gov

Website: http://hamilton.usconsulate.gov

 

 

Airlines 

Air Canada
441-293-1777 or 1-888-247-2262

 

American Airlines

441-293-1420 or 1-800-433-7300

 

British Airways

1-800-247-9297

 

Continental Airlines

441-293-3092 or 1-800-231-0856

 

Delta Airlines

1-800-221-1212

 

US Airways

1-800-622-1015

 

USA 3000

1-877-872-3000

 

Zoom Airlines C-Travel

441-292-3033

 

 

This EMO website is operated by the Department of Communication and Information and is the OFFICIAL site for Government information during an emergency.  This site operates in conjunction with the Government’s emergency radio station 100.1 FM and represents one of the two locations for OFFICIAL INFORMATION disseminated to the public by the Government of Bermuda

The EMO wants to ensure that every resident of Bermuda is prepared in the event of an emergency. The information on this page is designed to prepare you for what to do before, during and after a storm.

In the event of an emergency the EMO is enacted and will keep the public informed as information is available.

For information on all emergencies…tune in to 100.1 and continue to monitor this site for official updates from the Emergency Measures Organization.

For weather updates go to The Bermuda Weather Service at www.weather.bm and the US National Hurricane Center website at www.nhc.noaa.gov

Evacuation information  
Residents
Any decision to advise people to leave a particular area or areas on the island will be made by the chairman of the Emergency Measures Organization (EMO)...
Visitors
Evacuation is voluntary and seats on flights ...
Glossary of Terms  
Storm Basics
A "hurricane" is the most severe category of the meteorological phenomenon known as ...
Public Safety Advisories
Bermuda’s Emergency Measures Organization issues a series of advisories when ...
Potential Threat
The centre of a tropical system is forecast to come ...
Threat
A tropical storm or hurricane system could strike ...
Watch
A ‘Watch’ is issued when a tropical storm or hurricane ...
Warning
A ‘Warning’ is issued when the centre of a tropical storm or hurricane ...
All Clear
An ‘All Clear’ means the storm is no longer a threat, but residents know ...
Search and rescue
Rescue teams from the following agencies undertake ...