If you live in a coastal, island, mountainous and/or stormy area or an earthquake, hurricane, tsunami and/or disaster area please make sure you are prepared for any and all emergencies. Keep up to date on recent crises and disasters/storms and learn tips and techniques to staying safe and secure. Winter storms are the most common and sometimes the most dangerous and the 2014 deep freeze is a time to stay prepared and safe. Guidelines and survival kit at www.survivedisasterkit.com
Enjoy this FREE Earthquake safety poster, reading passage, questions to answer, and a true/false answer sheet to help students understand how to prepare for an earthquake. Students will also learn about what to do during an earthquake when they are caught in one inside or outside a building!Be sure to FOLLOW US!
How To Build an Earthbag Roundhouse - Sandbags have long been used, and still are to this day for creating strong, protective barriers, or for flood control. The same reasons that make them useful for these applications carry over to creating housing. Since the walls are so substantial, they resist all kinds of severe weather even bullets and also stand up to natural calamities such as earthquakes and floods.
Yes, a delicate subject. But if you can't get out of a small condo can present a problem if your toilet can't flush for a couple weeks...... think about it. I would suggest getting the chemical packs too and a whole lot of garbage bags. Cat litter can come in handy too. If your cats are willing to share :)
ARE YOU READY FOR MOTHER NATURE? This guide assists pet owners in developing their own disaster preparedness plan, as well as to provide advice on how to be prepared for, deal with, and recover from both natural and man-made disasters. This guide addresses tornadoes, thunderstorms, winter storms, floods, wildfires, extreme heat, and earthquakes. This guide can be easily downloaded on the NAPPS web site at http://www.petsitters.org/napps_ emergency_planning_guide.php. Developed by NAPPS’…