Regardless of the Super Bowl’s pending weather, it’s important to keep prepared for any situation that may arise.
National Preparedness Month occurs every September and is a time to simply spread awareness of the importance of preparedness. Learn more here.
Whenever a major earthquake is in the news, you’ll probably hear about its Richter scale rating. We review the Richter scale, adapted from HowStuffWorks.com.
Having a pre-assembled home safety preparedness kit is priceless when disaster strikes, which is why this $60 emergency preparedness kit is the bargain of a lifetime.
Recently, Forbes took a look at those preparedness plans and declared what they believe to be the most, and least, disaster-proof cities. Keep reading for the top 3 in each category.
As Hurricane Irene makes her way toward the upper east coast, it’s crucial that everyone in her path is prepared. While the hurricane is currently weakened, it’s not likely to stay that way.
It is important that you understand what a disaster could mean for you and your family. The following steps will help you prepare your family and property for unexpected emergencies and disasters.