The Complete Idiot's Guide to Disaster Preparedness (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Aug 4, 2009 - Reference - 288 pages
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Ready for anything.

Both natural and man-made disasters seem to occur with greater frequency. While these disasters can be devastating, the vast majority of casualties are caused by a lack of preparation. The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Disaster Preparedness teaches readers the right steps to prepare the home or office for a disaster, and about issues relating to insurance, evacuation plans, and building an emergency to-go pack.

By an internationally acknowledged expert author

Practical, comprehensive, hands-on advice applicable to most disasters

Meets the demands of a vast and expanding market for this genre

  

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Contents

Title Page
One Size Fits All 2 Disasters
Packing a Personal GoPak
Safety Isnt Just Good Preparation
Preparing Your Business
Floods
Hurricanes
Tornadoes
Blizzards
Pandemics
Toxic Spills
Post Disaster
Getting Back to Work
Chapter17 If You Failed to Plan
Putting It All Together
Appendix B GoPak Checklists

Wildfires
Earthquakes

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About the author (2009)

John Hedtke is an award-winning author of 21 books. He regularly contributes articles to magazines such as "Publish!" and "Accounting Technology". He is an associate fellow of the Society for Technical Communication and a past president of the Puget Sound STC chapter. He writes magazine articles, plays the banjo, and sleeps late as much as possible. He lives in Seattle.

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