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Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 1 - Introduction
Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 1 - Introduction

In part 1 of 4 in this Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation series, one of Brownells' ESG experts discusses several items you should have when preparing a flood survival kit, why you need them and suggests other things to think about before you may have to face this devastating natural disaster.

Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 2 - Water Storage and Purification
Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 2 - Water Storage and Purification

In part 2 of 4 in this Brownells emergency Survival preparation series, one of Brownells' ESG experts discusses several methods you can use for water storage and purification when preparing your flood survival gear and kit.

Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 3 - Power Sources
Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 3 - Power Sources

In part 3 of 4 in this Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation series, one of Brownells' ESG experts discusses several options for power sources you may want to have when preparing your flood survival gear and kit.

Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 4 - Other Important Items
Brownells Emergency Survival Preparation: Flood - Part 4 - Other Important Items

In part 4 of 4 in this Brownells Emergency Survival Prepartion series, one of Brownells' ESG experts discusses a few other items you may want to include in your flood survival gear and kit.

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Hurricane Preparedness
Hurricane Preparedness

Of all nature’s storms, none is more dangerous than a hurricane. These tropical storms strike the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coastal regions each year from June to November.

Civil Unrest
Civil Unrest

Civil unrest can flare up as the result of any number of emergency situations: natural disasters, violent demonstrations, political upheaval, war, and the like.

Wildland Fire Preparedness
Wildland Fire Preparedness

Wildfire! The word conjures up visions of Smokey the Bear, firefighters scrambling around the forest with chainsaws, specialized aircraft, huge plumes of flame, and the charred remains of mighty trees.

Preparing For A Hurricane
Preparing For A Hurricane

A hurricane, also known as a “tropical cyclone” or “typhoon,” is a severe, rotating tropical storm that produces heavy rains and cyclonic winds exceeding 75 miles (119 km) per hour.

Earthquake Preparedness
Earthquake Preparedness

An earthquake is a sudden release of energy in the earth's crust or upper mantle, usually caused by movement along a fault plane or by volcanic activity, and resulting in the generation of seismic waves.

Preparing For Civil Unrest
Preparing For Civil Unrest

Riots can erupt for many reasons: political, economic, social, racial or religious conflicts. While it’s hard to predict when you might find yourself caught in the middle of civil unrest, there are usually indicators and warnings that demonstrations or riots are about to happen.

House Fire Preparedness
House Fire Preparedness

Across the United States, a fire department is dispatched to a house fire every 60 seconds. Every three hours, a house fire claims a life.

Flood Preparedness
Flood Preparedness

Living near a waterway, as I do, has its advantages: beautiful scenery, ample wildlife, recreational opportunities, transportation routes, and an emergency water supply if needed.

Power Outage Preparedness
Power Outage Preparedness

Electricity is a wonderful thing! It can be used to provide light, cook food, heat our homes, power vehicles, pump and purify water, and even entertain us.

Stranded!
Stranded!

There is just something exciting about tooling along an old fire road or driving through the open desert that brings a smile.

Vehicle Preparedness
Vehicle Preparedness

In December 2013, a family of six unexpectedly found themselves in a situation that could have turned deadly. They drove their SUV to the snow-covered mountains of Nevada for a day of fun in the snow.

Workplace Preparedness
Workplace Preparedness

Because disasters can strike anywhere, the workplace is another area to consider for emergency preparedness. On September 11, 2001, thousands of people went to work expecting to have just another day at the office, and ended up facing the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history.