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EmergPrep Disaster Survival Do It Yourself Guide – Preparation is Your Key to Survival in 2013!

Never take emergency preparedness lightly, especially when your and others safety (perhaps children) is at risk.

In today’s unpredictable world, we cannot know when or where we may face an emergency or disaster.

We do know, however, that we can reduce risk by working out emergency plans and practising how to respond safely to emergencies.

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3 Days 3 Ways … That’s the Challenge

3 Days, 3 Ways … That’s the Challenge.

You need a plan to survive 3 days without assistance during an disaster.

Only 72 hours … That’s the Challenge! Can you do it?

3 Ways to meet the challenge

1) Know the Risks

2) Get a Plan

3) Get an Emerg Prep Kit

Do all 3 and You Will Be Better Prepared to Survive

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Family Preparedness needs attention

Family Safety, Security, and Survival preparedness needs to be addressed in the majority of homes.

According to a recent survey, few of us prepare properly for the eventual emergency crisis situation.

In a recent survey on Emergency Preparedness, conducted for our Government Health Agency, dated June 2010, almost 60% said that neither they nor their family have purchased or prepared an emergency kit with supplies they might need in case of an emergency.

Have you prepared a survival plan? Where do you place yourself?

So, why would you need a plan now?

Have you seen the news lately, Extreme Weather Conditions, Extreme rain events, Tornados, Earthquakes, Electrical System Failures! All the type of conditions that you need to be prepared for.

We all can do better! We all should do better! EmergPrep – Be Better Prepared to SurviveTM Program can help you.

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Family Safety, Security, and Survival

Family Safety, Security, and Survival, is usually on the top our minds.

I don’t know about you, but as a family person, my Families Safety, Security and Survival has always been at the forefront of my mind.

We all strive to provide a safe and secure environment for our children to grow up in, and yet, according to a recent survey, few of us prepare properly for the eventual emergency crisis situation. We all can do better! We all should do better!

In a recent survey on Emergency Preparedness, conducted for our Government Health Agency, dated June 2010, a majority of respondents (59%) said that neither they nor their family have prepared a family emergency plan that includes how to get in touch with each other in case of an emergency.

Have you prepared a plan? Where do you place yourself?

So, why would you need a plan now?

Have you seen the news lately, Extreme Weather Conditions, Earthquakes, Electrical System Failures! All the type of conditions that you need to be prepared for.

For more information Click here to check it out Family Safety, Security, and Survival Program!

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Happy New Year!

Wishing a Happy, Healthy, Safe and Prosperous New Year to all our readers! Hope to see you all in 2011. Be sure to get on our FREE update list service http://www.emergprep.com

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Be Proactive and Survive

Be Proactive, one of your keys to surviving in a crisis or emergency.

You have the Freedom to choose your response to stimulus.

Develop your self awareness, imagination conscience and exercise your independent will.

So, what does proactive mean to you?  For me, it’s about taking the initiative, in order to act, and not be acted upon. Taking a proactive posture, allows you to enlarge your circle of influence.  Positive energy or focus naturally enlarges your circle of influence.

So, when it come to surviving, it is important to be proactive.  Take action today, get a plan started with our help. We look forward to hearing from you. Sign up for our updates, and be Proactive!!

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Resolve to be Ready for Emergencies in 2011

As December turns to January, resolve to be ready for any emergency in the new year, weather-related or not. Your first step is making a family emergency plan.  Need Help … contact us to help  you make a plan info@emergprep.com

Discuss with your family:

Who is our emergency point of contact? Choose an out-of-town friend or relative to be your contact. During emergencies, it’s often easier to make long distance calls. An out-of-town person can help communicate among separated family members.

Where are our meeting places? In case you can’t return home, choose a place to meet in your neighborhood and another place outside your neighborhood if you can’t get there. Your neighborhood meeting place may be a friend’s house on the next street. A meeting place outside your neighborhood may be a nearby church, store or another friend’s home.

Do our schools have emergency plans? If you are a parent, ask your schools and daycare providers about their emergency plans. Find out how they will communicate with families during a crisis. Ask if they are prepared to stay in school if necessary and where they plan to go if they must leave.

Winter has barely begun, but it has brought frigid temperatures. Here’s what you should know about staying safe and about being prepared for winter emergencies:

If power goes out and you have no heat: You’ll need blankets or sleeping bags for warmth in as few as four hours after power is out, depending on your home’s insulation. Dress in several layers of loose-fitting, lightweight clothing, and wear a hat and mittens.

If you use kerosene or propane heaters: These should be used with much caution. The room must be ventilated by opening a window. Keep heaters at least three feet away from flammable objects such as curtains, blankets and furniture. Place heaters on a hard surface, not on carpet. Refuel them outdoors after they have cooled.

If the power is out and you need information: Be sure you have a battery powered radio with extra batteries. Get one with a weather radio band so you can hear reports from the National Weather Service and your local radio stations. Find these at electronics and sporting goods stores, department stores, from catalogs and on-line.

If you can’t get out, you’ll need supplies: Stock at least a three-day supply of food that doesn’t need refrigeration or electricity to prepare. You may also need water – three gallons per person will last three days. Be sure to have flashlights and extra batteries on hand. Don’t use candles during power outages.  Need Help … we have kits for this 647-933-4195  info@emergprep.com

If you must drive during a winter storm: Most traffic crashes happen within two hours after a storm starts. Try to stay off the road to give snowplows time and space to work. Wait until daylight to drive so sunlight can warm the roads. Get road conditions. Buckle up every time you drive.

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Successful Survival and Safety is about Preparation

Successful Survival and Safety in an Emergency Crisis, comes down to preparation and practice

How do you go about getting ready. First step is to look at the risks you face. The better you are at seeing the full range of risks, the better your plans will be.

A risk assessment is part of educating yourself about emergency preparedness.

• Unless you know the hazards most likely to affect you, and the consequences of those hazards, you cannot form an effective plan.
• Thorough preparation saves lives, minimizes injuries, and can save you time and money.

Contact us for more information or help with getting started, info at emergprep.com or 647-933-4195

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Winter Survival Car Safety Kit

Winter Survival ( Emergency Road Preparedness) Car Safety Kit

When the season changes, and winter comes, you need to be prepared.

Local emergency crews as well as military personnel spent Tuesday rescuing hundreds of people who got stuck a snow-swept highway in Southern Ontario. It is always good to learn from other peoples mistakes/mishaps, and prepare yourself for winter’s wrath.

A winter survival car safety, emergency road kit for your car is a must, and here are a handful of recommended items to make the journey safer.

1)  Keep your car fueled up.  Try to keep it above a half tank if possible.
2) Check your car to make sure all liquids (especially anti-freeze and wiper fluid) are topped off.  The tires should also be at their recommended pressure.
3) Keep some warm clothes or blankets in case you get stuck somewhere overnight.  It can get cold in the car and layering will help you stay warm and preserve your remaining fuel until you can be rescued.  All the more reason to keep the car fueled as well to make the heat last as long as possible.  Make sure you keep the tailpipe clear of snow.
4) Keep enough non-perishable snacks and water in the car to last you at least a day.  Insulate the water to keep it from freezing easily.  Plastic water bottles are best because they can expand (to a degree) as water freezes.
5) An ice scraper, a snow brush and a snow shovel.

5) Buy a Winter Survival, Emergency Road, Car Safety Kit, which can include first aid kit, battery-jumpers, flashlight, etc. Our Emergency Road Preparedness Now Car Safety Kit is now Only $79.95 and makes an excellent Christmas or Anytime Gift for your Loved Ones.





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Nova Scotia Storm Knocks Power Out

Dec 14, 2010 – Nova Scotia Storm Knocks Power Out to over 80,000 people.  Rips roofs off, floods streets and homes, still 20,000 without power.

Thirteen residents of a Windsor retirement home escaped uninjured last night as walls surrounding their pool began to crumble to the ground at about 10:30 p.m.

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