Emergency Preparedness is in the Details

Emergency preparedness comes in many forms. FEMA suggests the following checklist to ensure you’re ready in case of a disaster:

Although all of these suggestions are important, I feel the “Build a Kit” step to be the most critical. This step involves stockpiling adequate nonperishable food, water, and other supplies to ensure you and your family can be self-sufficient during and after a disaster for a minimum of 72 hours. The “other supplies” that should be readily available include a radio, flashlight, first aid kit, and plenty of fresh batteries.

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