DIY Disaster Survival

by Jared Wade on December 19, 2012 · 0 comments

Each year, it seems that more and more disasters hit with increasing severity. September 11, the Indian Ocean tsunami, Katrina, Sichuan, Haiti, Japan, Sandy. Society has not been able to prevent their devastation, and the impact of each is still being felt today.

Public-sector-led preparedness is the best defense, but all individuals should be ready as well.

To that end, Equip Supply has come up with a little list that may be able to help you survive a disaster. While the neat-o tips on the below infographic may not all be the first agenda items to memorize before a catastrophe hits, keeping the milk jug lamp and battery converter in mind may help get you through a troubling time.

DIY Disaster Survival Infographic

Infographic Provided by EquipSupply

Jared Wade is a freelance writer and former editor of the Risk Management Monitor and senior editor of Risk Management magazine. You can find more of his writing at JaredWade.com.

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