Nothing beats a plan but a failure. We should also remember that we must do the things that warrant a plan like practicing it. So many of us fall victim to calamities that are sometimes preventable if only we develope a plan and practice it, then when these things happen, we stand a better chance surviving the catastrophy as oppose to be subjected to it. Our instincts kick in a little better when we have an idea on how to respond to a certain kind of situation. A large percentage of the things that govern our lives come from "Force Of Habit". Practicing a plan should be just as habitual as any other vice.We at DIE know and understand the importance of an informed society, and wish to extend our expertise and our understanding to larger public as it relates to preparedness. Our outreach programs are filled with informative material for businesses and communities so that they will be able to access the resources that are available to them. The next step would be to access the Fedeal, State, and Local resources because they are your second line of defense.
The last thing is to develope an evacuation plan. This means knowing where to go before you go. What this does not mean is, "follow the leader". We follow other people because some of us don't work from a plan. These actions will surely put you deeper in the hole. Follow us on Twitter, look at one of our profiles on www.myspace.com/dieevac or simply listen to our blogtalk show. Thanks for your readership. Stay tuned for our next entry.
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