There are 6 basics you should stock in your home: water, food, first aid, clothing and bedding, tools, and special items.
Create an emergency plan.
More than 24 million fires are reported annually, resulting in over $11 billion in property damage.
Flooding along rivers is a natural and inevitable part of life. Knowing the warnings and what they mean could save your life.
As many as 500,000 products pose physical or health hazards and can be defined a hazardous materials.
When the power is out we lose our primary source of artificial light and many loose their source of heat and water as well. When the power is out, safety becomes a major concern.
Preparing for wild land fires and protecting structures in the wild land has special challenges.
Winter storms can range from moderate snow over a few hours to blizzard conditions with blinding, wind-driven snow or freezing rain that lasts several days. The time to prepare is before the snow and ice begin to fall.