You don't need to have survived a tornado, hurricane, flood or other natural disaster to know that severe weather can be devastating. That’s why it is so vital to be prepared for these kinds of events so you can protect your property and, most importantly, your loved ones, from the unexpected.
During and after a major storm or weather event, lines of communication may be cut off, family members may be separated, and things may be chaotic. However, basic disaster preparation methods, including developing and implementing a comprehensive disaster preparation plan, help to make riding out the storm – and recovering from it – much safer.
Here are some of the key steps you can take to execute a disaster preparedness plan:
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