Paracord – A Quick And Easy Way To Tame The Tangle!

Charley Hogwood shows how he stores his 550 cord in a way that prevents tangling and makes it easy to access quickly. This method can be used to create a bracelet so you can have the cord on your person for an emergency.

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Fire-Based EMS – The Cost Effective and Efficient Solution?

Good afternoon readers. Today I am going to talk about an interesting video that I stumbled across on YouTube. The video advocates for fire-based EMS as opposed to private or third-service. It did not present any valid argument that fire-based EMS is actually better than anything else. This was rather disappointing being that fire departments usually put up good arguments for their product.

Fires – Why They Get Started and How to Stop Them

In all kinds of fires, it is true what they say. We need air to live, so does fires. When a fire happens to start, one of the main ingredients to keep the fire going and burning is air.

Home Fire Preparedness Made Easy

In case of a fire in your home, the first thing you really should do is get out. As with so many fires, they are usually unforeseen and never expected. They can be formed in so many different ways.

On the Value of MP3 Players in Bug Out Vehicles

When we reach the point of no return and have to make that ultimate decision as to stay or go we want to do so with as little discomfort as possible. I know this sounds a little petty however lets consider for one moment the amount of time that we could perhaps be in hiding. One month? Perhaps several months? Maybe even as much as 6 to 12 months. In a case like that I could just about guarantee that radio stations will no longer be broadcasting. Television will certainly be non-existent at this time. Even if the infrastructure was still present most operators and maintenance people would be with their families and not at work.

Preparing Your Home For Damage and Insurance Fraud

Be ready for a hurricane by preparing your home for hurricane damage, and your insurance claim from insurance fraud. Texas and other coastline states are at risk every hurricane season so don’t be caught unprepared.

Heating & Lighting in an Emergency Situation

Considering emergency Lighting and Heating before you need them in an emergency situation. A few good flashlights and a dozen solar blankets may be all you need? Consider your unique situation and plan accordingly.

Emergency Survival Car Kit

Each day millions of people get in their cars and drive to some destination. Most not giving a second thought as to what may lie ahead of them as they go about their task at hand of getting from point A to point B. Most of the time this is accomplished without incident. But for thousands of drivers each day, that’s not the case.

Emergency Survival Kit – The Survivalist Stigma

We live in a fear-laden, terror-scared and recession-battered society. The simple fact is, that basic emergency preparedness for the most dire of emergencies is quite simple to achieve. Often the most difficult process is getting past the ‘survivalist’ stigma as gun-toting militia men with an extremist military mentality.

Infant CPR Certification Requires a Separate CPR Class

The article shows why learning first aid and CPR is important, as well as, attaining infant CPR certification. First aid is important. People at certain levels in their life should be taught how to administer first aid. Even kids should be taught what to do and what not to do in an emergency situation. We do not want to be caught in a situation where a person’s life is in our hands. But sometimes, we are placed in that situation and it is best for the person who needs it at that moment that we know what to do in an emergency situation.

Junk in the Trunk Or Travel Survival Tips

Old man winter has been making his rounds dumping record-breaking amounts of snow and ice across the United States. If you have nothing more than your spare tire stashed away in your car, then it is time to do some shopping and load up on the junk in your trunk.

A Can of Heater

We haven’t departed company with ole man winter as of yet. Spring and summer are still several months away and we still need to think in terms of emergency heat during a crisis situation.

Should We Be Very Scared?

Yellowstone National Park is the home to one of the world’s largest and most active volcanic system. During the last several million years this area has produced some giant volcanic eruptions. As of this date we have not experienced any eruptions which contain volcanic ash or lava however future eruptions may likely contain both of these dangerous contents. We may be lucky and all we will see are some ongoing hot spring activities, an occasional steam explosion and perhaps even a few moderate to large size earthquakes

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