Our Family Is one of the most important things in our life. We do everything we can to keep them safe, but  the threat of natural disasters, accidents, terrorism and violence is overwhelming. Recent incidents show that depending upon the crisis, help could take days.  Imagine a book packed with information, checklists and protocols on virtually any conceivable crisis. From a missing child to a chemical spill and everything in-between, "How to Handle a Crisis" is the only book you will want at home, work, school and in your vehicles. Extensive first aid offers help on things normally not seen in "civilian" manuals. This book is essential for families, students, businesses, and individuals. Over 150 pages of easy to read information  to help get you through an emergency.

How Do I Prepare for a Crisis? Most people simply hope that if something occurs; they will “intuitively” know what to do. Whatever the crisis, you are going to react. However, whether you respond appropriately or disastrously could be determined by how prepared you are. Emergency service workers  routinely deal with a wide variety of crisis because they are trained to handle scenarios within the realm of their occupations There are some things you don't want to leave to chance. How to Handle a Crisis provides information on dealing with emergencies. However, some of the scenarios should be practiced beforehand. For example, if your vehicle became submerged, it wouldn't be a good time to search  the glove box  for the book and read the section on escaping a submerged vehicle. Read the book and keep one handy.

Your Families survival is up to you!.
Tragically, we seem to be teetering on the very brink. From huge fiscal crisis to terrorism to natural disasters that are occurring in Biblical proportion on a regular basis. You must take charge and be prepared for whatever disaster life throws at you.


Being prepared just makes good sense.
We are more prepared for a flat tire than we are a life threatening emergency. A small investment now could make a huge difference if something does go wrong. Besides, what's a worse case scenario? you simply prepare, get on with life and hopefully nothing ever happens. But if it does, you have a better chance at sealing with it than the guy next door who didn't prepare.  You wouldn't take a trip without a spare, don't take life's big journey without being prepared either.

Disasters, Terrorism, Crime & Civil Unrest

have become a sad fact of daily life. Twelve years ago the concept of foreign terrorists killing 3000 civilians on American soil was preposterous. Hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters seem to show up in the headlines on a weekly basis. Gangs, drugs, crime and corruption have turned many parts of our country into war zones. The government is incapable of mounting an offense.  Americans have lost their critical thinking and survival abilities. One emergency call used to quickly bring police, fire or medical help. However, budget cuts, reduced staff and hiring freezes have increased response times and forced some departments to only respond to major incidents. Large disasters can delay response for hours and even days. In many instances, you are on your own.
In Most Emergencies; Time is of the Essence.
Unfortunately, in many emergencies we become flustered or don't have the faintest idea as to what to do. How to Handle a Crisis walks you through almost every conceivable crisis. Even if emergency personnel are on the way, minutes often count. There is often much that can be done in a crisis to mitigate damage or injuries. There are some situations where help is hours or days away. Disasters like blizzards, floods and earthquakes and emergencies like riots and terrorist threats require the proper response. The difference between a safe resolution and an ongoing disaster is almost always directly related to your level of preparedness . Just having the information available is a big step toward being prepared.



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