Some things may be harder to gather when time is short, and some things may be too heavy or bulky to fit in an easy-to-carry bag.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
Emergency preparedness is the main source of defense people have against any disaster, and that is why it’s imperative that everyone has survival bags ready to be packed and taken at a moment’s notice. According to a new article on their organizational website, AbsoluteRights.com has published the “Get Out of Dodge” Special Report on what to do in emergency situations.
The report circulates its main idea around the fact that preparedness is the key to any life or death situation, said the article. Whether it’s a natural disaster like a hurricane or earthquake, or a man-made scenario like a riot or nuclear fallout, the report addresses each situations specific parameters and survival needs.
In order to be prepared, people should start thinking about the essentials any survival bag should contain. Every family member needs be considered, and food and water should be some of the first items included. After that, it is up to each individual or family to determine what’s needed in a survival bag, said the article.
The “Get Out of Dodge” Special Report lists many of the additional contents in survival bags, and also mentions several of the things that are often forgotten. It includes emergency management plans and practice drills that allow for a routine to be set, but also require people to think critically about what is most important in desperate times. Some things may be harder to gather when time is short, and some things may be too heavy or bulky to fit in an easy-to-carry bag. The article said that distinguishing what’s most important and most accessible is what makes a survival bag effective.
The Special Report asks that readers treat emergency preparedness practice as a work out at the gym. There’s a connection between the physical abilities and the mental capacities involved in getting oneself prepared, and practicing helps address each and every situation that might occur. There’s no point in living in fear or ignoring the potential for emergency, the article said. The best hope is for everyone to develop personal responsibility with an emergency plan and survival bag.