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Natural disasters already present a large threat to the population’s wellbeing, but for those who have a child or multiple children with some form of medical issue natural disasters prove to be even more dangerous. For most families, last minute preparations can be sufficient to ensure safety during a natural disaster, but for those with

Unpredictability comes hand in hand with the weather. Although there are experts who can attempt to broadcast rain and shine, no report is made with full confidence. While this is less relevant in situations involving temperature or rain, in the event of a natural disaster, knowing its general direction can save countless lives. Constantly being

As a result of constant change and unpredictability, we don’t always know when to expect a storm or natural disaster’s arrival and force. Tornadoes can be spawned in a matter of minutes, earthquakes are almost entirely random, hurricanes can move fluidly and largely fluctuate in power. Understanding weather phenomena is extremely difficult, even for experts

In the face of any natural disaster or severe weather event, it is always important to have an emergency pack at the ready for when things turn sour. The most common items that come to mind are water, food, batteries, first-aid supplies, and lighting. An important item that commonly gets overlooked, is an emergency blanket,

Creating your own emergency survival bag can be a bit overwhelming. How much water do you need, how many servings of food, and, since everything you own won’t fit in a back pack, what do you absolutely need to include? That’s just one of the reasons we decided on creating our award-winning survival bags. Reduce

Making it through a natural disaster or emergency scenario is difficult enough to begin with, but, depending on the severity, the aftermath can turn into a nightmare. With powerlines destroyed, city infrastructures in shambles, and businesses shutdown, tasks that were nearly autonomous before might be more difficult than ever imagined. When it comes to survival one

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