September Marks National Preparedness Month
As our nation continues to respond to COVID-19, being prepared for an emergency or natural disaster is more important than ever. And with many people working from home, there is no better time than National Preparedness Month to plan ahead by practicing emergency prep. The reality is that the pandemic adds a level of complexity to the threat of natural disasters, requiring us all to be even more self-reliant in case a natural disaster strikes.
While the types of natural disasters vary by geographic region, the steps for preparation are the same. Make sure you are aware of which emergency situations are more likely to occur in your area and review the tips we have compiled here to help you get organized.
Following is an example inventory for an Emergency Preparedness Kit. What does your Emergency Preparedness Kit contain? What else would you include? Calling all preppers and all opinions on what’s critical and what’s not.