How to prepare for severe weather

Advice on how to prepare for severe weather

Published: 20th November 2015

Severe weather can cause a range of problems.  Snow, floods and strong winds can impact on our daily lives such as getting stuck indoors, losing phone communications, power or water supply.

It is important to know what to do to prepare for times of severe weather.

We have produced a leaflet – available to download from the related files panel on this web page – which provides useful tips on how to prepare for severe weather in your home, on the move and in your community.

Useful telephone numbers during times of severe weather include:

Emergency Services (Police, Fire, Ambulance & Coastguard)
999 or 112
For all PSNI non-emergency calls dial 101

Flooding Incident Line (to report flooding, number available 7 days per week, 24 hours per day)
0300 2000 100

Transport NI (Fermanagh and Omagh District Council area)
0300 200 7894
028 8224 1999 – Emergency after hours

Northern Ireland Electricity
03457 643 643

Northern Ireland Housing Executive
03448 920 901

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council (For advice on clean-up of properties and further queries following a flooding incident, telephone the Council’s Environmental Health service)
0300 303 1777

 

Downloads

Related Files
Preparing for severe weather
138 KB | pdf | 20 Nov 2015
Flooding Advice Leaflet
218 KB | pdf | 10 Jul 2015

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