Waterproof, Stormproof, and Standard Match Field Test

Fire is absolutely essential to your survival in an emergency or SHTF situation. Sootch shows several match options that are waterproof and stormproof in case your matches get wet, you won’t be stuck without the ability to make a fire.

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Wilderness Survival – Fire Making

Fire making is a need-to-know skill if you are planning on spending any time in the wilderness. Fire is the second most important need when in a survival situation, shelter being the first, and once obtained it can be used for many things including: boiling water to make it drinkable, hardening wood for spears, arrows, digging tools, firing pottery, keeping you warm, and the list goes on.

Disaster Preparedness Plan – Have The Necessary Tools and Supplies

The thought of creating a disaster preparedness plan with your family can seem like a daunting task. Too many people overlook the necessity of being ready for anything. Whether it is a natural disaster, loss of work or some other monumental reason for using your emergency storage supplies, you must be ready. When beginning the task, it really becomes apparent how many things we utilize every day that we take for granted. From toilet paper to macaroni and everything in between, it’s hard to imagine having enough in case of a disaster. There are tools and supplies every person prepared for a disaster should have.

Fire Safety Equipment

Business owners are required by law to provide suitable fire safety equipment in the workplace for staff and any members of the public who may be affected by a fire in the workplace. The most common and effective equipment is the fire extinguisher. Where these are installed in your workplace you should make sure that all staff are trained in their use and restrictions.

Fire Safety Signs

The term Fire safety signs is used specifically to describe red and white signs showing the location of fire safety equipment. The umbrella term refers to all signs relating to fire safety. This article will explain the meaning and uses of other signs which are used to enforce fire safety.

The Why’s and What’s of Food Storage

Food storage is a lot like debt. With debt you dig yourself into an almost surreal hole by swiping plastic cards that give the illusion that you actually have the hundreds of dollars to buy the cute dress for that “once in a lifetime wedding reception” you’re going to.

Infant CPR Certification Comes in a Smaller Size So You Can Bring it Anywhere

Infants are the most vulnerable creatures in the world. They are the ones that cannot protect themselves and depend on others to protect them.

Getting Started With Emergency Preparedness

Emergency preparedness is a topic that is often overlooked and not taken seriously. Many of us live in a world where we feel assured that we will be able to buy food, water and other supplies anywhere we want anytime we want.

From First World to Third World – What Happens When the Power Goes Out

What will happen to places like the United States if our power goes out? How can we survive without our luxuries such as grocery stores, phones, money, refrigeration, and most of all medicine? What can we learn from our ancestors and how they lived and survived without our modern day technology? There are ways to survive a long term disaster like years of no power, the key is to learn how the pioneers and homesteaders of our past scratched a life with little more than hand tools and animal power.

Are Earthquakes Actually Good For Human Civilization, Evolution and Progression?

Part of evolutionary theory is cataclysmic evolution. For instance, if a species is in the wrong place at the wrong time and a Tsunami washes up on the beach and kills that species, it is gone, even if it were a superior species for the area and at the top of the food chain, it doesn’t matter anymore. Likewise, the Mountain goats that had developed evolutionary traits which put them and kept them at the top of the food chain for hundreds or thousands of years could be wiped out from a volcano in a certain region.

Five Valuable Uses of a Good Pocket Knife

We all know someone who carries a pocket knife around with them wherever they go. Have you ever wondered why? This article describes five reasons many people carry a pocket knife with them and why you may want to also.

What is a Flash Flood and How Do I Prepare For One?

Summer is the prime season for flash floods – long spans of dry, hot weather leave the ground dry and unprepared for unexpected downpours. This article discusses what a flash flood is, where they occur most and how to prepare for one.

Is Your Emergency Plan Solar Supplied?

Keep solar power in mind when in the throngs of or recovering from disasters. No other source of alternate power is as efficient as the sun in assisting in these situations. Check out the list of possible solar powered items available for you to include in your home emergency kit. Be prepared with solar backed supplies.

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