Guide to Survival Prepper Food - What You Need to Know
Friday, April 16, 2021
In case of an emergency, like a natural disaster, you’ll want to be able to feed you and your family for several days. That's why it’s critical to learn more about how to survive in the event of a catastrophe. You may want to have a guide to survival if you are a disaster preparedness buff. After all, you'll be glad you have that on hand if things go south...
How to Cook in an Emergency
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
When a hurricane hits, when a blizzard moves in or when you just lose power for an extended period of time, staying healthy and cooking real meals can become a challenge. However, those who prepare for emergencies and keep survival food and equipment stored away can continue to cook during and after disasters, and without electricity...
How to Stay Safe During and After an Earthquake
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
While minor earthquakes occur deep beneath our feet every day, earthquakes we can feel are much less common. Most major earthquakes happen along the edge of oceanic and continental plates. In the United States, most earthquakes occur in Alaska, California and other western states, however it’s possible to experience an earthquake anywhere...
How to Prepare for a Power Outage
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Power outages can happen for a variety of reasons but occur most frequently during the summer and winter months when weather and temperatures can be extreme and unpredictable. Power outages can happen unplanned in the case of strong winds or vehicle accidents that take down power lines or planned in the case of rolling blackouts...
5 Safety Tips for Outdoor Summer Adventures
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Even with blue skies, abundant sunshine and westerly breezes, summertime creates dangerous moments for children and adults. From extreme heat to deadly insects, venturing outdoors in the summer can pose a risk even to the seasoned hiker. Trampling through the wrong underbrush can cause itchy rashes, and hiking over loose rock can cause serious accidents...
Road Trip Tips, Advice & Safety Checklist
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Hitting the open road is as exciting as it gets, but the thought of venturing through countless miles of unknown terrain in a less-than-perfect vehicle can be more than a little intimidating. If you want to enjoy the ride without obsessing over every little thing that can go wrong, you need to heed one important thing: preparedness...
School Emergency Preparation
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
In any emergency, the key to survival success is preparedness. By planning and preparing for a range of potential emergency events and natural disasters, and by equipping yourself or your home with proper emergency essentials, you’ll be able to maximize your success. Whether you need to evacuate your home, stay while an emergency passes, or you become trapped...