When disasters strike, people can lose everything, power can go down, mass communications devices can be rendered useless, banks can be shut down and credit cards become worthless.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 24, 2012
Survival counts on being prepared, and is discussed in the Absolute Rights article “Why Emergency Preparedness Can Save Your Life When Disaster Strikes,” which was published today in their newsletter. The newsletter adds that emergency preparedness is crucial because disasters are highly unpredictable and disruptive events that can cause you a great deal of suffering, deprivation, injury, and death, as a result of direct injury, disease, the interruption of commerce and business, and the partial or total destruction of critical infrastructure such as homes, hospitals, roads, bridges, power lines, etc.
Certain types of natural disasters are more likely to occur in particular parts of the world, the Absolute Rights newsletter explains. For instance, the newsletter reveals that areas near coastlines, lakes or rivers are more likely to experience flooding problems than land-locked areas. The Absolute Rights newsletter today talks about the fact that in disasters like flooding, knowing how to make clean water from dirty water can save lives, so it is a good idea to have a survival water filter.
Almost every place is prone to one type of natural disaster or another, warns the Absolute Rights newsletter, and there is no place that is absolutely safe from natural disasters. Of course it goes without saying, the Absolute Rights newsletter reveals, that no place is safe from the threats posed by terrorism and other man-made disasters. It may be impossible to avoid disasters, the newsletter reports, but it is possible to plan ahead and prepare to minimize the impact that any given disaster might have on health, safety and property.
When disasters strike, people can lose everything, warns today’s Absolute Rights newsletter, power can go down, mass communications devices can be rendered useless, banks can be shut down and credit cards become worthless. Local supermarket shelves will soon run empty, explains the newsletter, water supplies may become tainted, and entire communities may fall apart, overnight. Only those who are prepared for every major disaster scenario can make the decisions for survival, adds the Absolute Rights newsletter today. Emergency preparedness can mean the difference in life or death, warns the Absolute Rights newsletter.