Get Ready Day
Get Ready Day is celebrated on Third Tuesday of September. This year it will be celebrated on September 18. In any emergency situations, one must prepare to face those circumstances. Get Ready Day is all about how one can deal with a crisis. Learn how to save lives on this day to effectively manage any crisis.
“If you have a positive attitude and constantly strive to give your best effort, eventually you will overcome your immediate problems and find you are ready for greater challenges.” – Pat Riley
History of Get Ready Day
The history and origin of Get Ready Day date back to mid-2000’s. Public Health Association established it, and it dates back to mid-2000’s. The aim of this day is to help the members of your community, campus or workplace to get prepared for any emergencies or disasters. It is certainly important for any human to know how to save themselves and others securely during those situations. Emergencies may include natural disasters, pandemic flu, infectious disease, and other emergencies. You can plan for an event to bring attention to the day and the severe nature of getting prepared for any disaster. Make use of the day to discuss suitable emergency plans with others.
Other Celebrations on September 18
September 18 is also celebrated as
- International Read an Ebook Day
- Cheeseburger Day
- Water Monitoring Day
- Hug A Greeting Card Writer Day
- National Rice Krispie Treat Day
How to Celebrate Get Ready Day
The best way to celebrate the Get Ready Day is by conducting a Get Ready Day event. Discuss with people over there to get the best solutions to deal when an unfortunate disaster occurs. Host talks about the importance of saving oneself in schools and colleges. Educate people about the disaster management and the ways to prepare to deal with the crisis and dangers. Use the hashtag #GetReadyDay to post on the social media.