8 Tips for Writing an Emergency Action Plan

Guest post by Kevin Nelson     People react to emergency situations differently: some are able to put themselves together and act quickly, while some start panicking and lose the ability to think clearly. If you are one of the … Read More

The Great Utah Shakeout–It’s Coming!

Drop, cover, and hold on. According to the American Red Cross and Ready.Gov, doing these three things will protect you during an earthquake. On April 17th, 2014 at 10:15 a.m., our team at Emergency Essentials will practice our Earthquake Preparedness … Read More

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Setting Preparedness Goals

  “Getting Prepared” is a worthy goal in and of itself, but can be a little bit nebulous. How do you know when you’re done? Do you have a way to be sure you covered all your bases? There’s one … Read More

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From the Archives: How to Prepare for a Flood

Of all the natural disasters we’ve talked about during National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, floods are probably the most common. If you think about it, floods can be manmade disasters  (like a washing machine overflowing or a pipe bursting) or … Read More

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