It’s rather ironic that one of the largest storms of the winter is bowling through the United States during National Storm Preparedness week! If the coincidence does nothing else, let it get you thinking about what you should do to keep your family safe in the event of a major weather event, power failure or even an earthquake.
Research, and Make a Plan
First, start at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s website: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/com/weatherreadynation/
Here, you’ll find all kinds of material that will help you draw up a plan, develop an emergency kit and be prepared.
Related agencies also have good preparation ideas. Collect and tailor to your needs, so you’ll always be ready!
The Red Cross makes recommendations of what’s needed per day per person, so you know what to buy, if needed.
Try our preparation articles for great tips too! Start with these two:
Let Us Help You Get Ready!
Once you’ve decided what you need, let us help you gather supplies efficiently. Check out the Preparedness section of our website, where we’ve selected the best of the best for you. In an emergency, you need food, heat, light, and water. We’re able to offer you time-tested solutions to meet those needs and keep your family safe until the storm or emergency subsides.
If you have questions, or would like more information about a product, our operators are available at 888-438-5346. Many have specialized training in our products, and will be able to help you make the best decisions as you assemble the kit that will best benefit your family.