Office of Emergency Management (OEM) also recommends keeping emergency supplies for up to seven days at your place of work. This way if the house becomes unstable and can’t be used I can still access my supplies, and if necessary use the lawn building as part of a shelter.
For your emergency supply needs, visit Major Survival and mention 'COPE' for a 10% discount.


The most important thing is to store your supplies in such a way that they won’t fall. Always keep some supplies under your bed including a flashlight, hardhat, gloves, sturdy shoes, whistle, crowbar and extra glasses.
Keep supplies wherever you can find space, and  the most important thing is to be actively thinking about and doing what you can to prepare for a disaster.





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Comments

  1. 10.11.2014 at 10:54:47


    The late President Ronald Reagan, and.

    Author: Kristina
  2. 10.11.2014 at 14:16:29


    Hooked up, keep the the life.

    Author: ILOAR_909