Instead of stockpiling expensive gear, “Gone Before Gridlock” encourages developing skills and plans that will make surviving a disaster far easier.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 15, 2012
Disaster evacuation measures that are well-planned and precisely timed can make the difference between life and death, according to a recent article from Absolute Rights. If something serious enough to call for an evacuation happens, no one will want to stick around for it to occur, said the article. That means thousands, if not millions, of people will try to leave a city or town at one time, creating massive gridlock well beyond a 6:00 pm rush hour.
To keep people informed of the information, skills, and planning they need to properly evacuate, Absolute Rights has published a full-fledged guidance program called “Gone Before Gridlock.” It addresses the most important steps and best practices for escaping the danger of a hurricane, epidemic, or any other type of disaster.
The article said “Gone Before Gridlock” instills the need for people to create their own early warning systems that give them advanced notice of impending crises. When folks know how to apply those systems to their everyday lives, the article pointed out that they will always be ready for a fast and efficient evacuation at a moment’s notice.
The evacuation program that became “Gone Before Gridlock” was designed and implemented by Dave Scott, a former Army Search and Rescue member and survival expert. Scott established his plan, got the help of Absolute Rights to give it structure, and added additional resources and tools to help anyone who uses it.
Many people believe that emergencies just won’t happen to them, said the article. They think they are invisible to the vulnerabilities of major disasters, despite the frequency of occurrences worldwide in recent years. Signs point to a continuation of this bad luck, which the article said means it’s only a matter of time before some sort of disaster affects every corner of the Earth, and every person who lives on it.
Natural disaster evacuation doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, the article said “Gone Before Gridlock” focuses on the simple measures that can be implemented into anyone’s daily life to ensure they have taken the steps towards full preparation.
Instead of stockpiling expensive gear, “Gone Before Gridlock” encourages developing skills and plans that will make surviving a disaster far easier, the article said. The system can be full set up within a few days, and people can then rest assured they have taken the necessary procedures required for a safe evacuation.
Absolute Rights informs patriotic Americans on their given rights, plus helps protect those rights from government or disaster intrusion. Most importantly, it prides itself on alerting people when their rights are being threatened, creating an active and informed community. For more information, be sure to visit AbsoluteRights.com.
When folks access the “Gone Before Gridlock” program, the article said they’ll be tapping into a source of knowledge that can’t be found elsewhere. There are no other systems that cover disaster evacuation measures quite like this one, said the article, and there’s never been a better time to learn them.