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Real World Survival Tips and Survival Guide

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Are You Prepared for an Emergency or Disaster? A Hurricane? Tornado? Fire? Flood? Tsunami? Earthquake?

If you are like most people, you aren't. Maybe you have thought about it, but it seems like too much work, too much organization, in fact if you have kids, it might seem too much like herding cats.

We know we should prepare now so that everyone in the family knows what to do in case of a specific kind of emergency.

Because, the lives of our family members may depend on it.

Disaster preparedness plans are naturally different, depending on the emergency. For example, you don't want your kids in the bathtub with a mattress over them if the house is on fire.

You don't want the family in the basement during a tsunami event either, right?

Kids are not adults. They don't know the right things to do in an emergency, unless we first tell them what they should do.

My ten-year-old is a little bit immature for his age. I would want him to go to a place where I could quickly find him in the event of a house fire. If he isn't at that place, I am going into the burning structure to get him. Wouldn't it suck if he ran next door and I died because I didn't know he was safe?

Trained by the experts at CERT (Civilian Emergency Response Team) to understand how to prepare for and survive disasters, and a leader in Disaster Recovery, Richard Lowe lays out how to make you, your family, and your friends ready for any disaster, large or small. Based upon specialized training, interviews with experts and personal experience, Lowe answers the big question: what is the secret to improving the odds of survival even after a big disaster?

Do you want to be at the mercy of government agencies such as FEMA? Do you remember how long it took for them to respond to the Category 5 Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 or the Category 3 Hurricane Sandy in 2012? You don't have to be a prepper worried about the day SHTF (s**t hits the fan) or spend a lot of money and time to get ready. In fact, with just a few simple steps you can improve the odds of the survival of you and your family.

Don't be one of those people who don't prepare for disasters and emergencies. In just a few short hours it is possible to create a simple but effective plan to cover the most likely scenarios for disaster in your area.

In this book, you'll learn:

  • Why you can't depend on the fire and police departments in a disaster, and what to do about it
  • How research can keep you alive and your family and children safe during a disaster
  • How to teach your children how to respond to a disaster
  • How to find out what kinds of disasters area likely to occur in your area
  • How to create a disaster plan that works
  • How to ensure your family and children understand what to do in a disaster
  • How to let others know you and your family are safe
  • How to prepare your home for emergencies
  • What food, water and other supplies are required in your emergency kit
  • How to prepare for outings and trips
  • What to do when disaster strikes
  • How to create a bug out bag(also known as a go bag or survival bag) to be ready for evacuations
  • What to do when you are ordered to evacuate
  • Practical water collection for drinking and hygien
  • Scroll up and click on the BUY NOW button to get your copy of this book NOW. Be one of the lucky ones who survives the next big disaster.


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    Publisher: The Writing King

    Kindle Book

    • Release date: November 4, 2018

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    • Release date: November 4, 2018

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    • File size: 3078 KB
    • Release date: November 4, 2018

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    subjects

    Nature Nonfiction

    Languages

    English

    Are You Prepared for an Emergency or Disaster? A Hurricane? Tornado? Fire? Flood? Tsunami? Earthquake?

    If you are like most people, you aren't. Maybe you have thought about it, but it seems like too much work, too much organization, in fact if you have kids, it might seem too much like herding cats.

    We know we should prepare now so that everyone in the family knows what to do in case of a specific kind of emergency.

    Because, the lives of our family members may depend on it.

    Disaster preparedness plans are naturally different, depending on the emergency. For example, you don't want your kids in the bathtub with a mattress over them if the house is on fire.

    You don't want the family in the basement during a tsunami event either, right?

    Kids are not adults. They don't know the right things to do in an emergency, unless we first tell them what they should do.

    My ten-year-old is a little bit immature for his age. I would want him to go to a place where I could quickly find him in the event of a house fire. If he isn't at that place, I am going into the burning structure to get him. Wouldn't it suck if he ran next door and I died because I didn't know he was safe?

    Trained by the experts at CERT (Civilian Emergency Response Team) to understand how to prepare for and survive disasters, and a leader in Disaster Recovery, Richard Lowe lays out how to make you, your family, and your friends ready for any disaster, large or small. Based upon specialized training, interviews with experts and personal experience, Lowe answers the big question: what is the secret to improving the odds of survival even after a big disaster?

    Do you want to be at the mercy of government agencies such as FEMA? Do you remember how long it took for them to respond to the Category 5 Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 or the Category 3 Hurricane Sandy in 2012? You don't have to be a prepper worried about the day SHTF (s**t hits the fan) or spend a lot of money and time to get ready. In fact, with just a few simple steps you can improve the odds of the survival of you and your family.

    Don't be one of those people who don't prepare for disasters and emergencies. In just a few short hours it is possible to create a simple but effective plan to cover the most likely scenarios for disaster in your area.

    In this book, you'll learn:

  • Why you can't depend on the fire and police departments in a disaster, and what to do about it
  • How research can keep you alive and your family and children safe during a disaster
  • How to teach your children how to respond to a disaster
  • How to find out what kinds of disasters area likely to occur in your area
  • How to create a disaster plan that works
  • How to ensure your family and children understand what to do in a disaster
  • How to let others know you and your family are safe
  • How to prepare your home for emergencies
  • What food, water and other supplies are required in your emergency kit
  • How to prepare for outings and trips
  • What to do when disaster strikes
  • How to create a bug out bag(also known as a go bag or survival bag) to be ready for evacuations
  • What to do when you are ordered to evacuate
  • Practical water collection for drinking and hygien
  • Scroll up and click on the BUY NOW button to get your copy of this book NOW. Be one of the lucky ones who survives the next big disaster.


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