Also see The Prepper's Handbook - Second Edition, The Christian Prepper's Handbook - Second Edition, and The Prepper's Survival Guide - An Introduction to Prepping and a Guide to Fire.
Question: What do the following have in common?
February 2013 - Nor'easter blinds the east coast causing power outages. February 2013 - Carnival Cruise Line experiences several disasters at sea affecting US citizens. February 2013 - New SARs-like virus shows person-to-person transmission. March 2013 - North Korea threatens U.S. with preemptive nuclear strike. April 2013 - Boston Marathon bombings. May 2013 - Oklahoma devastated with multiple tornados.
Answer: They all required or could require individuals, families, groups, or organizations to SHELTER-IN-PLACE.
Sheltering-in-Place is an emergency procedure for individuals, groups, or organizations whereby you seek protection and cover by remaining at your current location, residence, or ‘bugging-out’ to an alternate location. Sheltering-in-place is a philosophy that maximizes the safety and well-being of individuals, families, groups, or organizations in either a short or long term event. Events can be either natural or manmade and include such things as: domestic terrorism, tornadoes, hurricanes, economic collapse, nuclear or chemical release, riots, electromagnetic pulse, solar flare, and even being stranded at sea.
This guide will provide the information necessary to properly shelter-in-place based on The Survival Triangle©. The Survival Triangle© models the key elements required to properly shelter-in-place. Those elements are: food, water, heat (fire), shelter, and self-preservation. Through this understanding and insight you will have the knowledge on what to prepare and how to shelter-in-place.
How many natural and manmade events do you have to watch or experience before you realize one may affect you? Are you ready to SHELTER-IN-PLACE?