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Frugal Ways to Prepare For Bad Weather
Weather is the one thing you can’t control. But you can control how you are prepared for emergencies and bad weather situations. And you can do it frugally.Family Emergency Planning
Are you prepared in case of an emergency? Do you have a contingency plan in place to provide stability for yourself and your family. Learn what you could and should do in the event of a natural, man-made or common emergency.Lessons in Lightning – Staying Safe During Electrical Storms
Many regions across the United States experience lightning storms throughout the year. And although it is not high on the list of causes of death, it is still a danger to people and animals when one is not prepared and protected when caught outdoors during an electrical storm. Brush up on your outdoor safety and learn some lessons in lightning.How to Organize and Prepare For Emergency and Disaster Situations
No one should live in constant fear of a disaster. Thankfully, chances are very good you’ll never experience one. But unfortunately, the reality is that disasters such as hurricanes, floods, fires, and terrorist acts are not as unlikely as they used to be. So being at least reasonably prepared for an emergency or disaster is a smart idea. These 8 tips will help you organize and be prepared so you can live your life without fear of having to rebuild your life without the critical information you need.Keeping Your Important Documents Safe During Disasters
As victims of recent disasters have found, being without your birth certificate, social security card or bank account numbers after a major or minor disaster can be a huge problem. But with this checklist, you’ll be able to make a completely accessible repository all of your vital documents and communications that you can use, whether you’re dealing with a simple medical emergency, or with a major disaster and need your important documents to start over. Let’s begin by gathering all of your important documents.Preparing for a Natural Disaster, Terrorists Attack or Bird Flu Pandemic
One of the things we should of learned over the last year is “be prepared”. Be prepared for a natural disaster that strikes without warning, a terrorist attack that strikes without warning or the newest threat–a bird flu pandemic.Home and Work Fireplace Safety Tips
Most homes look and feel cozier when they have a fireplace, especially a workable one that the owners use on occasion. But even an attractive fixture of this type can be dangerous if it is not managed correctly or safely. If you have recently purchased a home that has a fireplace, find and read maintenance guidelines to make sure your fireplace continues to be a source of pleasure rather than pain.What Will it Take to Make Us Better Prepared For Life’s Disasters?
For the most part, our compassionate response to a disaster tends to reinforce our humanity. For a brief moment in time, we reach out to help others survive an ordeal filled with trauma and anguish. But, why do we typically fail to make better preparations for ourselves and for those who rely on us?Easy Ways to Protect Your Family Before a Disaster Strikes
If you knew that spending 15 minutes right now could save the people you love in the event of an emergency, would you do it? Of course you would! During recent disasters like hurricanes, fires and tornadoes, one need has come to the forefront more than any other — the need to get a victim’s identification, medical history and emergency contact information as quickly as possible.Technology and Coping With Disaster
Natural disasters come in many shapes. From the incomprehensible carnage of last weekend’s tsunami in the Indian Ocean, to hurricanes and typhoons, to tornadoes and drought, our world deals with the horror of disaster as a normal part of our lives. Throw in a bit of human influence through wars, terrorism, or the threat of weapons of mass destruction, and our need to deal with and overcome calamity almost becomes routine.