Many people, when confronted with the notion of preparing for a major disaster, simply shrug and reply that they have neither the time, the budget, nor the physical storage space to prepare for a disaster that may never materialize. However, while the development of a good plan does require time, it does not require a budget or consume any appreciable space.
Many disasters unfold over a period of days, weeks, or even months. Such situations present the opportunity for a pre-defined plan to be put into action.
When a major disaster is imminent it’s amazing how space and budget can suddenly be found!
Our book, “When There is No FEMA – Survival for Normal People in (Very) Abnormal Times” provides complete details for developing comprehensive disaster plans for individuals and groups.