We want you to be ready with your personal storehouses filled with at least a year’s supply. You don’t argue why it cannot be done; you just plan to organize and get it done. Spencer W. Kimball
Preparedness Tips to help your family be prepared for anything.
Planning ahead can make all the difference when a real emergency strikes. Imagine what you would do if you had only five or ten minutes to leave your home. What would you grab? Pets? Photos? Family heirlooms? Cash? Computer?
Write down your list.
Next, what if you had no warning at all? What would you grab on the way out?
What if you had time to plan? Planning will save your life.
First step: Talk about it with your family. Talk about the possible disasters and possible emergencies and then the solutions to them.
Second: Create a basic Family Plan, communication plan, and a meeting place away from home; an out of area contact as well.
Then: Prepare your emergency kits and make them easily accessible.
Follow up: Take courses, study and learn first-aid, enrichment classes and any community classes.
Memorize emergency exits, practice and learn mental practice when in unfamiliar places run a mental practice in your mind of where the exits are. Plan in advance.
Be aware of your surroundings. Pay attention and think about shelter or protection if needed.
Fire extinguishers become familiar with them and how they work practice without pulling the pins.
Take time now, to save time and stress then!
Happy and Healthy Prepping