Emergency Planning

August 30, 2017

As Harvey is appearing to be leaving South East Texas & the Wildfires still raging in Montana, I cant help but think that this is a good time to create an Emergency Plan for our families. If you've not already done so, please consider making one soon. 

Our world is changing. Natural disasters are happening at a more rapid rate & becoming the norm.  

 


Do you have an Emergency Plan for your Family in place?
Do you have a First Aid Kit that is able to be mobilized? 
If not, lets get on that. 
Prepare a Medical First Aid kit.

Prepare an Aromatic and Herbal First Aid Kit. 
Prepare a List of Phone #'s to call for Emergency assistance in your area.
Prepare a list of Names, Addresses and Phone #'s of Relatives. 
Plan on a location to meet should you and your family be separated. 
Plan on a location to head towards, should your home become inhabitable.  

Prepare a Bug Out Bag in case you have to leave. 

 

Below are some resources I've found that might assist in getting materials and a plan together.
 

http://www.zeemedical.com/us/first-aid-supplies/first-aid-kit

http://survivalcache.com/bug-out-bag/ 

 

http://www.rescuerex.com/resources/lessons/day_1_1st2nd

https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/plns/mrgncychldrn-en.aspx 

https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/34411


 

 


Solace is a hard won emotion in times of disaster. We can help bring a modicum of normalcy if we plan ahead. 
My hometown is Liverpool, TX. 
I know these people. 
 

Please, Think about implementing emergency plans to keep your family safe. 




 

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