Start your week off on the right foot with these six tips. A little bit of physical, emotional and mental planning and preparing goes a long way.
This week’s action step for disaster preparation is to start stockpiling some food.
During and after an emergency, regular water supply may be cut off or contaminated. We can’t go long without water, so this week’s action step is to start storing some water in case of emergency.
While we can’t mitigate every disaster, there are things we can do to help lessen the damage to our home if a natural disaster should threaten. Have you prepared your home to help protect it against natural disaster?
A bit of old fashioned stockpiling of food, water and other supplies will see you through should everyday services be disrupted in the event of an emergency.
The fourth step in preparing for disasters is gathering a 72 hour grab and go bag. This is a bag full of things needed in an emergency if you ever have to evacuate your home in a hurry.
According to the Red Cross, only 1 in 5 Australians are prepared for an emergency or natural disaster. Starting this week is a series of baby steps that you can take to be prepared for disasters.