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Natural Disaster Information Links


Posted date: Jul 1, 2020

by: Admin My Local Life
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From:
Oliver Lambert | information@disastersafety.info

Since we’re heading into the time of year when natural disasters are a constant threat, it is time to gather information on how to prepare and stay safe during whatever natural disasters we may face. Here are some links to informational articles which may help:

Hurricane Safety Tips
https://safety.lovetoknow.com/Hurricane_Safety_Tips

Flash Flood Safety and Damage Prevention Guide
https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/flash-flood-safety-and-damage-prevention/

Tornado Safety
https://www.thesilverlining.com/tornado-safety

The Ultimate Home Fire-Safety Checklist: Tools and Safety Measures that Will Keep Your Family Safe
https://www.highsecurityhome.org/the-ultimate-home-fire-safety-checklist-tools-and-safety-measures-that-will-keep-your-family-safe/

Heat Waves: 10 Tips for Extreme Heat Safety
https://www.almanac.com/content/heat-waves-10-tips-extreme-heat-safety

How to Prepare for a Drought
https://www.wikihow.com/Prepare-for-a-Drought

Be Prepared: Household Earthquake Safety Tips and Helpful Home Modifications to Consider
https://www.losangeleshomes.com/earthquake-safety-guide/

How to Prepare Your Kids for Natural Disasters
https://redtri.com/how-to-prepare-your-kids-for-natural-disasters/

Disaster safety is a topic near and dear to my heart, so I thank you in advance for sharing these with your community. Stay safe!

Best,
Oliver
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