In Case of Emergency: The Family Disaster Organizer: From Natural Disasters to Pandemics, Everything You Need to Keep Your Family Safe (Hardcover)
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Be prepared for any emergency situation with this personalized organizer to help keep you and your family safe no matter what the crisis.
With the increase in earthquakes, terrible storms, pandemics, and other emergencies, it’s more important than ever to be ready for the unexpected. Owning an emergency kit and stocking up on essentials is a great place to start, but you will also need advice on how to respond to specific emergencies. Keeping yourself organized is key to how quickly you can respond in a worst-case scenario.
In Case of Emergency: The Family Disaster Organizer is the perfect way to collect and organize the valuable information that will help you survive a crisis. Featuring expert guidance for real-life emergencies, basic first aid information, as well as places to record everything from evacuation plans to emergency contacts and your family’s medical history, this practical book will ensure that you truly have all the information you need when disaster strikes. Now you can put your mind at ease knowing that you’ve taken the necessary steps to prepare your family for any emergency situation that may come your way.
About the Author
Allison Stewart is a trained epidemiologist with hands-on experience with disaster response, including outbreak response. At her previous position at the health department in Houston, Texas, she was in charge of surveillance at the shelters following Hurricane Ike, and was significantly involved in the H1N1 pandemic outbreak response (the first US death was her case and her team handled the second largest school based outbreak in the US). Allison was also recruited for disaster response for Ebola in West Africa.