Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery are the 4 phases of emergency management that work to reduce the damage and fallout that occur after an emergency or natural disaster. This is a continuous cycle of strategic planning and action for local, state, and federal governments. The 4 phases help to fulfil emergency management responsibilities in order
Nature is often unpredictable. It is why it’s best to ask yourself ahead of time, do you have the preparations in place to protect yourself and the whole family when a disaster strikes without prior warning? Since you won’t be able take everything with you when evacuating, due to weight, storage, and time restraints, it’s
We rarely are given warnings when emergencies happen. To make matters worse, emergencies don’t always happen when you’re at home with your family. Oftentimes, disasters happen when you’re at work or away from home. At Sustain, we continue to preach the importance of having a plan in place when the lights shut off and the
As a parent, your ultimate goal is making sure your family is safe. Developing an emergency game plan for you and your family to simulate before an emergency happens can help you be ready for the unexpected. This doesn’t mean you have to create a wind tunnel around your house and cut off the power.
There has been an increase in extreme weather and overall doomsday hysteria in recent years. The bottom line is this: the world is changing rapidly. How you prepare for these changes can be critical to how you and your family survive in the face of an emergency. Having the proper supplies ready and on hand
In a world where severe weather is a real concern, preparation and the ability to be ready for anything, is key. Our aim at Sustain was to create something that people could depend on before, during, and after a disaster. So, what exactly is included in our Sustain Supply Emergency bags? Essential2: This bag is our most