The Lazy Survivalist Guide: To Emergency and Disaster Preparedness

| May 16, 2014


The Lazy Survivalist Guide: To Emergency and Disaster Preparedness (The Lazy Survivalist Guide Series)

How to Prepare Your Family for Emergency and Disaster Events

Learn how to develop contingency plans and disaster protocols that will

guide you through any disaster scenario. Whether you are a part-time prepper or

a serious survivalist, there will be a plethora of useful information on creating your own disaster preparedness plan.

How to build Bug-out-Bags and Preparedness Kits

A step-by-step process for building survival kits and preparedness gear

for a variety of contingencies. Whether preparing for natural or manmade disasters you will learn how to plan and pack the essentials. These kits are ideal for:

Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Tornados, Winter Blizzards, Wildfires, Tsunamis, Floods, Terrorist Attacks, Riots, Criminal Acts, Economic Collapse, EMP Attacks, Solar Flares, Geomagnetic Storms, Volcanoes, and other similar events.



How to Develop an Emergency Preparedness Plan

Learn how to establish safety zones to support your preparedness efforts. Whether you are traveling, at the office, or at home you will learn how to set up a network of safety zones that will provide shelter, food, or security in the event of a disaster scenario.

How to Develop an Emergency Communications Plan

How would you communicate with loved ones if the phone lines or cell towers go down? Learn how to establish emergency communications procedures. Review various types of alternative communication options and select the right ones for you.

Establish a Long-Term Food Storage Strategy

What food should you eat first in a disaster scenario? Learn how to plan

and prioritize your emergency food stockpiles.Establish a food storage strategy that is cost effective and efficient.

Simple First Steps to Disaster Preparedness

Learn how to avoid making the common mistakes when preparing

for disasters.Whether you are an experienced prepper or a beginner we

provide useful tips to avoid planning for the big scary scenarios and forgetting

the everyday crisis events.

About The Author

Stephen Paul Samaha is a former paratrooper who served with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. He currently serves as operations chief for a local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) in his home state of Florida. Additionally, he volunteers for a regional Search and Rescue team (SAR) and is an amateur radio operator and member of the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES). Mr. Samaha holds a Bachelors of Architecture Degree from Virginia Tech

and a Masters of Business Administration from Marymount University. He lives in Florida with his wife and two children.


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