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SOURCE: Absolute Rights, LLC
Knowing what sort of things to have for a hurricane can make surviving the king of natural disasters much easier, and Absolute Rights is giving that power.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 04, 2012
There are a number of vital things to have for a hurricane that can make or break the chances of survival. Finding out what those items are involves thought, practice and a definitive plan. When a disastrous storm strikes, what is prepared in advance will save lives.
That’s why Absolute Rights published the latest Special Report on disaster preparedness entitled “Get Out Of Dodge.” It guides people in the survival tactics needed to confront hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards and other natural disasters. It also includes plans for man-made catastrophes, like a riot, nuclear meltdown, or even economic collapse.
The latest AbsoluteRights.com article said the threats of these disasters are very real and very deadly. Hurricanes in particular are powerful forces of nature that barrel over anything in their path. People need to know their specific vulnerabilities to hurricanes and the resulting floods and water damage. Then they need to get a plan together, which is made easy with the Special Report.
“Get Out Of Dodge” includes a complete guide for the things to have for a hurricane in its G.O.O.D.I.E. bag section. G.O.O.D.I.E. stands for “Get Out Of Dodge Immediately and Efficiently.” Pre-packing a bag full of necessary survival and identification items will guarantee a better chance of making it through with minimal consequences, said the article.
Food and water is a good start suggested by the Special Report, as are batteries, a first aid kit, and camping gear. From there G.O.O.D.I.E. bag items become more customizable.
Disaster necessities range in importance, and it’s up to individuals to determine what is needed most. When a survival pack only has room for a few more small items, choosing the right ones becomes crucial. The Special Report will help figure out what needs to be packed, and what can be left behind.
For instance, where do identification documents fit in? “Get Out Of Dodge” shares a trick that most people wouldn’t think of that shrinks a stack of important papers down to the size of a pinkie finger.
The biggest advantage the Special Report provides is the knowledge and wherewithal for preparation well before a disaster has the chance to strike. Following its suggestions eliminates doubt and confusion when the time comes, allowing for a clear mind ready to confront the worst.
“Get Out Of Dodge” is not only a survival pack list, but a thoroughly-researched guide that helps anyone build the confidence and skills needed to deal with disasters, said the article. Preferably, a G.O.O.D.I.E. bag will be packed and then never used. In case they are, be sure all the things to have for a hurricane are included by getting a copy of the Special Report.
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