Disaster Survival Skills: Getting Ready for the Worst

By ‘Above Average’ Joe

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With Mother Nature constantly throwing a tantrum, it’s high time we learn disaster survival skills. Most especially for people living in disaster-prone areas.

Disaster Survival Skills You Need To Learn Now

It takes more than just preparing for the basic survival food kit, water, and shelter. Having an advanced knowledge to sustain life through whatever is available in your surroundings is critical! Not just for you but for your family and the people around you. Here are a few disaster survival skills you might find useful in the event of a man-made or natural catastrophe.

1. Residing at Your Own Risk

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The web provides unlimited information especially on locations in the U.S. where the risks of natural disasters are high. Choosing a home base with the lowest risk possible will definitely be a decision you won’t regret in the future.

2. Avoid Disaster Hot Spots

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Being in these areas during an emergency is a disaster waiting to happen. Learn to identify these life-threatening hot spots and steer clear from them as much as possible. This is strongly recommended.

3. Staying Alive with the Rule of Three

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