Emergencies can happen at any time and without warning. One county's emergency agency is teaching businesses how to prepare. The Calhoun County Emergency Management Agency is teaching an eight hour course over four days that teaches business owners emergency drills and how to handle emergency situations. Calhoun County EMA Director Jonathan Gaddy says it’s important to know what to do in an emergency. The next meeting is scheduled for April 4th at the Oxford Civic Center. Each course covers threats, hazards, extreme weather, active shooter situations and more. Any organization in Calhoun, Cleburne and Talladega Counties is invited to attend. For more information, visit the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce website.