Today, more than ever, it is important to be prepared for the worst. You never know when you may face a disaster and need to find a way to survive a few days without access necessary supplies. Because of this, one way that many people prepare themselves and their family is by purchasing or putting together emergency kits.
The first thing
As we move deeper into September, we come across those pesky Zombies again. Schools in the Philippines are getting disaster awareness curriculum in the classroom and "Pledge to Prepare" activities for National Preparedness Month in Tennessee.
From ABC News comes this gem about the upcoming Zombie Awareness Month in October. The zombie apocalypse is spreading according to FEMA's monthly webinar which attracted almost 400 emergency management
We have all witnessed innocent people on TV who woke up on a fine day without any idea that their entire world would be turned upside down by lunchtime. An earthquake is actually one of the easier calamities to plan for even though they can strike during any season or time of the day, making some of us feel even
Greetings on a sunny Friday in July! As much as Emergency Preparedness is a subject that requires a sober, balanced, well thought out approach, there are also humourous ways to look at it. Our first link is to an audio click from The Onion, from there we move on to Emergency Preparedness for Boomers and we conclude with another humorous bit called
You never know when an emergency is going to strike, but keeping emergency survival kits on hand is essential to making sure you encounter no problems during disasters. You need to be completely prepared ahead of time so that you don't have to run around at the last minute, trying to figure out how you're going to cope with a