Checklists are a great way to stay organized during times of emergency preparation. This complete checklist will ensure that your family is prepared for short term disasters.
Leaving home means venturing away from the safety of your home where necessary items are waiting to be used. If an emergency occurs while in the vehicle, having the necessary items in place can save essential time, money and provide relief.
Heat stroke, if not treated immediately, is likely to lead to death. Knowing the signs to look for and the steps to take are vital for the preservation of you and your group.
The chances of everyone making it through a flood OK are infinitely increased when a good emergency plan is followed properly.
Getting ready before that first hurricane watch comes will alleviate a lot of worries and last minute rushing around. Do yourself and your family a favor and get ready now.
Here’s a list of natural, effective first aid items that could be utilized for anything from a simple camping trip to longer-term situations in which other medical help may not be available.
If the El Nino does arrive you can expect food prices to riser even faster than they are at present. Large swathes of agricultural land, land that currently supplies everything from fruit and vegetables to grains and cattle will suffer from the massive weather variations that El Nino brings.
Hurricane season is coming – do you have a survival kit ready yet?
Even though we are usually given fair warning of winter storms, there are unpredictable circumstances and you should be prepared to face them. Use this checklist to fortify your home for winter to help you have a better chance at thriving in these circumstances.
Some of us are more visual learners, so here is a great pictorial on what to pack in bug out bags.
Free disaster evacuation checklist to help keep the evacuation process running smoothly.
Some kids seem to find trouble more often than others. Teaching them to be prepared for unforeseen events starts at home and, like school, it starts with the basics. Knowing that our children has some basic emergency tools at their disposal will calm nervous parents, as well as help acclimate children to the idea of being prepared before an emergency arises.