The world of “Prepping” is becoming mainstream as more ordinary people are realizing the importance of preparing for the worst. Having adequate supplies during a catastrophe means you are self-reliant and can focus on the health and safety of your family. Tap into the wisdom of previous generations like those who have survived the World Wars by taking the time to organize a safety plan, including how and where you will evacuate and what type of survival kit you will take with you.
In 2015 FEMA (The Federal Emergency Management Agency) issued 79 disaster declarations to provide a community with government aid to recover from a catastrophe. The majority of these were severe storms, wildfires and flooding. The American Red Cross reports that it responds to an emergency every 8 minutes ranging from small fires to large scale natural or sociological disasters. That is over 65,000 disaster responses every year. The news is filled with stories of search and rescue missions, structure fires, chemical spills, and minor natural disasters every day. Aside from those, if you like to hike, camp, hunt, travel to remote areas, live in a rural area or are planning an overseas trip – you are at risk. It is obvious that a crisis can happen to anyone at any moment.
The famous survivalist Bear Grylls has a compelling piece of advice, “Never depend on those luck moments – they are gifts – but instead always build your own back-up plan.” (Bear Grylls: Mud, Sweat and Tears). It comes down to the fact that those who prepare for disasters are much more likely to survive. Acquiring the necessary tools to be well prepared can require huge amounts of time and knowledge but these kits are designed to provide you with exactly what you need right now.
Whether you are preparing for the TEOTWAWKI (The End of the World as We Know It) or more common disasters such as fires, flash floods, earthquakes or terror situations or perhaps you are an outdoor enthusiast who loves to explore nature and leave typical modern conveniences behind. Survival-Good’s supply kits to provide you with the basics of life. First-aid supplies, water purification and filtration units, food, shelter, sanitation, hygiene, safety equipment and just about everything else you would need to be prepared for a life-altering event.
Being well prepared means you can remain calm during the chaos of an emergency. Panic and stress will have very detrimental effects on your mental health during a crisis, where making good, rational decisions becomes a matter of life or death. Nearly every survivalist, doctor, paramedic, and teacher recommends one major survival tool everyone needs: positivity. It might seem a little strange but being positive supports your mental endurance and your general health. In short, the idea of mind over matter can help you survive.
The kits available range from 1 person-1 day mini kits to 10 people, multi day all round survival kits. You can find something to cover your specific needs.
The most popular kits are the
Fanny Pack Survival Kits. For less than $30 each you will have access to the key items to help you stay safe during an emergency. These kits have been reviewed as a 5 star product by customers and are perfect for the car, to keep under your desk at work as an easily retrievable emergency pack. These small kits cover off the basic priorities – minor first aid, food, and water, shelter in the form of Mylar blankets and a plastic poncho. Having access to these kits at home, in the car, at school or in the office could go a long way in helping you survival with a disaster hits.
If you are looking for something larger – the
2 week deluxe survival backpack has been specially designed with the most valuable items one might need to survive a natural disaster or major emergency situation. This kit really is the ultimate defense against a crisis as it supplied you with the tools to survive without any additional supplies. It provides shelter with the tube tent, has an extensive first aid kit, tools to create fire as well as tools to prepare and heat food. Importantly this kit supplies sanitation and hygiene products. The list goes on! This is the kit to go for if you wish to have the ability to reliably navigate a disaster in a relative degree of comfort, rather than just surviving.
There are a lot of varying options with how exactly you can structure your emergency kits. It’s always a good idea to have both car and home kits and to provide everyone in your family with their own specialized items to suit your person need. How you organize them – either one large pack or multiple smaller packs is largely a matter of preference and often depends on the age of your child/children. Survival Goods gives you a massive range of products to suit those specific needs.