InFocus: What to do in an Emergency Tabletop Display

  • Explains when it is appropriate to call 9-1-1
  • Prepares individuals to be informed 9-1-1 callers
  • Explains the important elements of a successful emergency plan
  • Advises on which necessities to include in an emergency supplies kit
Sold in packs of 1. Minimum order of 1.

    Please limit text to 200 characters.

    Upload .JPG .PDF .EPS .PNG .TIF file types only. Max file size 200MB.



This “What to do in an Emergency” Education Tabletop Display is effective and engaging! Preparedness and knowledge are vital whether you’re dealing with a car accident or a natural disaster. Being aware of what to expect during emergent situations lessens typical anxiety and panic responses. This display addresses what to do in an emergency. Ensure that your audience is educated and ready.

Making the Call.

It’s essential that the public knows when and when not to call 9-1-1. In situations when immediate assistance is required from the fire department, police, or emergency medical personnel, 9-1-1 is the go to number to call. Events like car accidents, medical emergencies, home fires, and crimes in progress are good examples of when to call 9-1-1. Knowing when to call 9-1-1 is only half of the equation.

Callers should be prepared to answer the 9-1-1 dispatcher’s questions. Most often, these questions are about the type and location of the emergency. Details about the emergency like information about injuries or the size of the fire, and the phone number from which the individual is calling. Finally, callers should follow the dispatcher’s instructions and hang up only when instructed to.

An emergency plan helps to ensure that families are all on the same page in terms of procedures and action plans. Emergency plans should include information about home escape and community evacuation routes. Meeting places near the home and outside the neighborhood, handling special needs, and how family members will stay in touch.

In the event that immediate help is not available, families should have emergency supplies kits. These kits should include enough supplies for at least three days. And because emergencies can happen at any time, keeping kits at home, work, and in the car is a good idea.

FREE PERSONALIZATION on Tabletop Displays. Engage, Inform, and Protect!

  • 2 ft wide and 3 ft high for a greater impact​
  • Vivid graphics to grab and hold attention
  • Retractable stand and carrying case that is lightweight and portable
  • Presenter’s Guide – helps you hold an expert event
  • Durable, high quality materials so you can use your banner over and over again

If you like this emergency education tabletop display, then check out more topics here.

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 24 × .04 in
Product Type

Minimum Order Quantity


Sold in Multiples of




Grade Level

, , ,