It has been a 1 month since the 4.7 magnitude shake, and in the proceeding days it was the hot topic of conversation in the news, social media and around the water-cooler as everyone recounted their experience. But quickly the good intentions of finally getting some basic emergency supplies together (beyond water and food) became forgotten or pushed to the bottom of the list as something else comes up.
Preparing a kit doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming. Try to focus on adding a few items a month to a bin that you keep in your house and soon you will find that you will begin to have enough supplies to create additional backpacks for your car or office.
Preparedness is a shared responsibility. Please share or comment on any useful tips or ideas to include beyond these 7 Areas of Preparedness..