Preparedness Principles: The Complete Personal Preparedness Resource Guide for Any Emergency Situation

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Cedar Fort, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 364 pages
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Personal preparedness expert Barbara Salsbury brings together years of research and experience, giving you the know-how to set up an organized, practical, personal preparedness program that will provide for most wants and needs in any emergency situation. PREPAREDNESS PRINCIPLES, the most comprehensive preparedness guide ever published, offers exclusive details about: * Four new categories of preparedness * New bare-bones basics *The Pantry Principle * Storm shelters, safe rooms, and safe havens * Indoor farming, and much more!
 

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Contents

Under the Umbrella of Preparedness
3
Principles for Dealing with Disasters
5
Money Matters
11
Finding a Place for Everything
19
What to Do with It when You Get It
35
Nutrition in a Nutshell
47
Principles of Provident Living
103
Getting Started
127
Doing the Laundry the Nonelectric Way
205
You Do Have a Choice
211
Personal Care
215
Games and Goodies Are Essential Ingredients
217
If Your Family Is Separated During an Emergency
223
Neighborhood CareinaCrisis
227
Principles for Emergency Evacuations
231
Its Time to Plan Not Panic
233

A Storm Shelter a Safe Room or a Safe Place
133
When the Well Runs Dry
139
Makeshift Meals for Tumultuous Times
151
Staying Warm without a Furnace
159
Dealing with the Flame Factor
165
Emergency CookingStove Options
177
When the Light Switch Fails
183
Emergency Heating Options
189
Getting from Here to There
193
This Is a Test
195
Sanitation
199
Your Mini Home Away from Home
237
Meals from a Kit
245
A Critical Kit Component
255
Shelter Light and a Security Blanket
259
ShortTerm Sanitation Hygiene and First Aid
267
Important Miscellaneous Items
271
Getting It Together and Keeping It Together
275
CareinaCrisis Evacuation Plans
279
Appendices
291
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