Backwoods Safety Recommendations From An EMS Paramedic

backwoods safety recommendations from an ems paramedic

We’ve all heard stories of people who went on a day hike or afternoon hunting outing when disaster struck. A short hike or hunt turned into three days lost in the woods, or even worse, the person went missing for weeks and was never heard from again. Backwoods calamities happen every year in America and beyond.

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What To Do When Disaster Strikes On Vacation

what to do when disaster strikes on vacation

It’s the time of the year when a lot of Americans will go on vacation, looking forward to enjoying a few hassle-free days. However, as preppers, we must know that we need to always be ready to face the unexpected. So keep your eyes open during your vacation days and stay safe by following these suggestions.

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Using A Cistern To Have Water Available For The Long Term

using cisterns to have water available for the long term

Water is your number one priority before and after the brown stuff hits the fan. In whatever situation you might find yourself, and even if you have access to a source of water, you will need to figure out how to store that water for the long term. Here’s why cisterns are the ideal solution to secure a large water supply.

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Lessons From The Mormon Church On Emergency Preparedness

lessons from the mormon church on emergency preparedness

For many preppers out there, religion is one of the founding steps of emergency preparedness as visions of world cataclysms and end-of-days prophecies are often the trigger elements that encourage people to prepare.

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How The Year 2020 Changed The Way Preppers Are Seen

how the year 2020 changed the way preppers are seen

From the first time I’ve heard about survivalists and preppers, I’ve always felt there is a stigma associated with emergency preparedness. In fact, preppers and survivalists have been called paranoid, doomers, and downright crazy. Have those perceptions changed lately, and am I the only one seeing a change in how the general public now sees us?

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How To Make Your Workplace Safer

how to make your workplace safer

We think a lot about various types of survival scenarios, and we make all sorts of assumptions regarding how such scenarios will unfold. We try to prepare as best as we can, but we fail to realize that a crisis can take us by surprise, and we might not find ourselves in a place of our liking. When it comes to workplace prepping, this topic is hardly being discussed by folks out there.

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How To Build A Composting Toilet And Why You Should Install One

how to build a composting toilet and why you should install one

If you live off the grid or if you are one of the residents of a region that is often affected by natural disasters, waste management should be a hot topic on your prepping list. For those who believe they will one day be affected by a long-term disruption of municipal utilities, learning about composting toilets becomes a must.

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Putting Together A Get Back Home Kit For When Your Vehicle Breaks Down

putting together a get back home kit for when your vehicle breaks down

Things have a way of going wrong at the most inopportune time, and there’s no way you can be 100 percent prepared for every emergency situation. However, you can drastically increase your chances of survival by planning in advance. Today we will look at what you should do to head out on foot when your vehicle breaks down.

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How To Prepare For Emergency Evacuation

how to prepare for emergency evacuation

Learning how to properly evacuate from your home and region is a critical step not only for preppers but for anyone living in disaster-prone areas. If there is a history of natural disasters occurring in your region or if you believe your home won’t be safe when the brown stuff hits the fan, you should be able to prepare your family for potentially having to evacuate someday.

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Why You Should Stock Up on More Than Just Guns

why you should stock up on more than just guns

When planning for the unexpected, one of the choices many will make is to ensure you have enough ammunition and firearms to protect yourself. However, is this a good approach?

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The Importance Of Mapping Your Home Region Before Disaster Strikes

the importance of mapping your home region before disaster strikes

Odds are, you will be in your home region when the proverbial brown stuff hits the fan. That is, in general, a good thing since you will be able to better cope with the crisis. In theory, you are familiar with your environment, and you should be able to use it to your advantage. However, being familiar with and mapping your home region are two separate things.

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How To Stay Warm During Emergencies

how to stay warm during emergencies

Disruptions in services during a disaster can be deadly to those who are not prepared for them. If the disaster occurs in winter, staying warm is likely the most urgent non-medical problem we may face.

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What You Need to Know About Survival Preparedness

what you need to know about survival preparedness

The numbers of preppers seem to be growing and the pandemic may have been a decisive factor in making people understand that we have little to no control over our future. What we do have control over is how well we prepare to withstand the next crisis.

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