The first is to attend a training session put on by either your local emergency manager or the Red Cross. Both do their part to get the word out and assist the public in preparing for disasters in your area.
Another is go to the big guy and take some online FEMA courses. These are free and online; they can be taken at your pace, on your schedule.
The last place I wanted to point out are a couple of companies that have taken the step of simplifying and reducing in size what you need to know for a price.
- The first is the Quick series which has a rather large library of booklets to cover many things, but of course this blog is focusing on Emergency/Disaster Preparedness.
- The second is the Informed Guides like the one above their guides are both pocket sized and available for download to your smart phone. I personally like this book better, but its about what appeals to you.
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