Emergency Preparedness – Sunshine Has A Price.
“The first storm took down all of our trees. The next three worked on our houses.”
Floridians will long remember late summer of 2004 when their state was hit by category 3 to 5 hurricanes an average of one every two weeks for 6 weeks.
Imagine what you would do if half of your neighbors’ houses suddenly disassembled and half of your own roof lifted off, too. Expect 18 inches of rain to follow before you can get out. Oh yes, WHO are you going to call for help when everyone is in need?
At times like these individual skills, materials and equipment are invaluable. Each person is either part of the problem, or part of the solution. Have you enough to be self-sustaining and to spare to help others?
Work with your Emergency Preparedness Specialist and let (your ward specialist at [phone number]) know if you have special skills and tools to help if a disaster comes to visit your neighborhood.
CATCH THE VISION, GET FACTS, DEVELOP SKILLS, AND BE PREPARED.