Natural Disasters - 10 Steps to Prepare For an Emergency

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  • Published date: May 11, 2019
    • Bronx, Newyork, Bronx, India

These are all points I always stress The Lost Ways when teaching layman CPR to the general public. It is typically expected for health-care providers to stick to the exact protocol, but they're people too, and no one is perfect. Another topic that often comes up while I am teaching classes is the concern for breaking someones ribs. As we've just stated, "doing something is always better than doing nothing."When a disaster occurs and the food crisis factor appears, it's recommended that you consume cooked food, as well as ready to eat food, so you will need to plan for some heat source. There are a number of options, and what is best depends on the space you have and how portable you want it to be.The most portable options are solid-fuel solutions, or backpacking stoves. Solid fuel solutions such as "Sterno" or tablets like "Esbit" "Trioxane" or "Hexamine" will store indefinitely and take up very little space. They make small, hot, fairly smokeless flames that can be used to heat canned goods or water, or warm up small quantities of food.

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