Free Tornado and Hurricane Preparedness Articles by Paul Purcell
Atlanta, GA, (News4us.com) June 2, 2011
With record breaking tornado outbreaks across the US, parts of the Mississippi River past flood levels, and an active hurricane season projected, InfoQuest wants to let people know that we offer disaster preparedness solutions to the emergencies your family may face.
Paul Purcell, Vice President and COO of InfoQuest says, “While many articles and reports on the topic of family preparedness can be found, we felt they all lacked important details that can make all the difference in the world for family emergency readiness or business continuity planning, and helping emergency responders.’
He continues by adding, “The preparedness examples we did find, before releasing our own training manual, were either vague and limited pieces on 72 hour kits, or went to the other extreme of “survivalism,” but none provided legitimate ‘meat and potatoes’ info for the average American family.
Naturally, there were quite a number of companies wanting to charge an arm and a leg for high-priced gear, but the truth of the matter is, we’re surrounded by solutions and assets and they outnumber our threats a hundred to one. It’s just a matter of knowing where to look.
For example, did you know your washing machine can help in hurricane preparedness, or your dryer can help in a tornado? Or that ‘survival food’ is not the type of food you should get?”
Through “Disaster Prep 101” InfoQuest sets a new standard for disaster preparedness by offering the only complete compendium of solutions-oriented safety information that can be found anywhere. To help folks get started though, InfoQuest offers a series of free articles that can be downloaded at no cost and shared with others.
Among these articles are:
- “Hurricane Readiness – Riding Out the Storm”
- “Tornado Preparedness; the Six Keys to Safety”
- “The Dirty Dozen; Top Twelve Myths of Disaster Preparedness”
- “50 Emergency Uses for your Camera Phone”
- “Wildfire Preparedness – The Five Aspects of Readiness”
And several more.
The book and articles are but a small portion of InfoQuest’s larger focus of emergency readiness. In fact, in the state of Georgia, Paul’s 8-hour course is approved for emergency responder continuing education through POST (Peace Officers Standards and Training).
The articles listed above are available for free download on the “News and Articles” page at http://www.disasterprep101.com/news.htm. .
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