Some of the best movie plots have come out of a lack of being prepared. But what about movies where people are actually prepared for an emergency? Do those exist? We did some digging and found 5 movies that showcase (at least some sort) of emergency preparedness.
First cell phone. First car. First date. There are a lot of firsts that happen during your teen years. Some teens will also experience their first emergency. Arm your teen with the knowledge and preparedness skills they need to stay safe. Here are a few tips.
Did you know that there was a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System this week? On Tuesday, November 9, at 2:00 pm Eastern, the Emergency Alert System interrupted all TV and radio broadcasts for a 30-second test.
Unfortunately, there are emergency situations where there may not be a warning period. Earthquakes and fires are examples of when you may only have a few moments to gather your important items and evacuate your home or place of business. Since it’s always better to be prepared, we have a couple tips on what you should have ready just in case an emergency situation pops up.
Recently we received a thank you note from Jen and Guy of Zanmi Lakay, expressing their gratitude for our donation to Haitian relief.
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.