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Protect yourself,family, and home from fire incidents. Here are ways to prevent fire incident at home. Install fire safety equipment like smoke detectors, fire extinguisher, home sprinkler system and having a ready fire blanket at home.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 91 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +35 votes | 14 comments
The time to prepare is before the storm is upon you. Being prepared with cold weather supplies and knowing what to do in the event of any emergency could save your life and that of your loved ones.
Published by Janet Hunt 97 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +7 votes | 14 comments
Know how to make an emergency stove before you have to. Simple ways you can do it with what you have on hand.
Published by Pat Veretto 77 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +12 votes | 11 comments
Earthquake Emergency Preparedness List
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 96 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +18 votes | 11 comments
Most of the time we don't really think about home fire safety. That's something that we tend to take for granted until something bad happens. Here are three tips that could save you a lot of grief. Not only that, but these fire safety tips could save your home from destruction.
Published by Pat Bartels 71 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +15 votes | 10 comments
An oil lamp is a very simple and easy to make so you can have light in an emergency situation. Learn how to make one before you need one, with what you already have on hand: oil, a can or jar and a wick (yes, you probably have a wick on hand).
Published by Pat Veretto 71 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +8 votes | 9 comments
Things we tend to forget and most likely to be neglected from day to day activities such as insurance, back-up mobile contacts and others.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 98 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +34 votes | 9 comments
A blizzard is like no other storm, but being prepared can make it seem even like fun.
Published by Pat Veretto 75 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +7 votes | 8 comments
Emergency planning or just good, common sense; either way, a well stocked pantry can be important to your and your family.
Published by Pat Veretto 75 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +8 votes | 8 comments
How to combat the spread of the Asian Tiger and Rock Pool mosquitoes.
Published by Daniel Snyder 78 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +22 votes | 8 comments
As Hurricane Earl bares down on the Maritimes, this Nova Scotia author shares a few tips and tricks to help you get ready for the storm. A common sense look at preparing for a hurricane.
Published by Natasha Head 90 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +13 votes | 8 comments
The more positive your attitude is the happier you feel...
Published by Kiran 103 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +2 votes | 7 comments
Fire can cause significant damage to material property and human lives. It is easier to put off a fire when it is at its initial stages. Fire extinguishers can help you get rid of a fire in an instant. However, not all fire extinguishers can be used on all types of fires. Using a wrong combination can even kill you. Know the different types of fires and the different types of fire extinguishers and when to use each one of them.
Published by Madhushan Muthukumar 69 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +4 votes | 5 comments
How to reinforce key points of your home in preparation for damaging winds associated with hurricanes and tropical storms.
Published by Daniel Snyder 77 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +20 votes | 5 comments
How to prevent and treat snakebites at work, around the home, or doing outdoor activities.
Published by Daniel Snyder 80 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +12 votes | 5 comments
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