Category: Fires

REPOST: SurvivalRing Guide #1: Five Most Important Skills for New Preppers…Set Your Foundation First (plus bonus Bug-out section)

[emc2alert type=”info” style=”normal” position=”top” visible=”visible” closebtn=”0″ title=”A preface…” ] First published in 2014. It’s the first of a series I’m planning to publish on Amazon, with as much useful, thought out, and timely information to help you make better decisions for your long term survival. These SurvivalRing Guides will be published on a semi-regular basis, […]

INFOGRAPHIC: Man-Made Disasters … Our Own Fault

Source: Emergency-Management-Degree.org Man-Made Disasters: Our Own Fault Natural disasters, for the most part, can’t be avoided. But how much time and money do we spend cleaning up our own messes? The Costliest Some of the most expensive disasters in history have been man-made. Let’s explore the most expensive disasters that were humans’ fault. Jan. 28, 1986: […]

PREPS: Survival Guide … Common Prepper Mistakes to Avoid

Source: myfamilysurvivalplan.com By: Alec Deacon Posted on: February 11, 2014 < p>You may have watched the latest reality show, conducted research on the Internet, or may even know someone who is preparing for a natural disaster. Now, you have decided it is time to begin prepping for yourself. You feel the excitement, you realize that you are moving forward […]

PLANS: Disaster expert warns against generic safety plans (Plan for YOUR threats)

Disaster expert warns against generic safety plans NOTE FROM RICH: I share this article, because I want YOU to think…think about YOUR safety plan…YOUR worries…YOUR threats. The story below is a national level program for national level preparedness. You need to make sure your plans are specifically for YOUR KNOWN needs and threats. In other […]

TIPS: Preparedness tips for rural residents

Source: mountainviewgazette.ca (Alberta, Canada) BY KEVIN VINK Tuesday, Feb 04, 2014 06:00 am Homeowners are often reminded to have a plan for emergencies, from food and water storage to an escape route in case of a fire. But rural residents and farmers can’t simply leave with only their loved ones and important documents, as many have livestock […]