Our goal is provide you a wide range of emergency preparedness and first aid education guides and DVD's.
We want to provide our customers with all the information necessary to make informed decisions and realize the importance of emergency preparedness. Knowledge weighs nothing but is the best tool you can have when faced with an extreme emergency event. Once you have knowledge, you will be able to react in a safer, calmer way which could mean the difference between life and death.
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When a serious disaster or emergency has occurred, you will often find that all the services and conveniences you are used to are gone. Think of how primitive the conditions in New Orleans became after Hurricane Katrina. When you are thrown back on your own resources, it is much better to have some idea of what to do, rather than make the emergency a ‘learning experience’ in itself. There are several excellent books that address wilderness survival that will help you and your family to live through a disaster in your own back yard.
Primitive Wilderness Living & Survival Skills by John and Geri McPherson is one book that you should add to your library immediately. The topics covered deal with shelter, food, and how to make simple tools if nothing else is available. The book has plenty of photographs to assist you in learning basic survival skills.
U. S. Airforce Survival Handbook by the United States Airforce can be added to the above book to make a nearly complete survival library. This manual is so good that it is used by all branches of the service to help their personnel survive under nearly any conditions. It covers not only basics like shelter and food, but also medical conditions that might arise. This handbook has over 1,000 illustrations in black and white.
While the above books may well address first aid to some degree, you may want to provide your survival library with some books devoted exclusively to the topic. During a disaster or emergency, it may be impossible to reach medical help, so having some idea of how to handle not only small injuries, but also more serious ones, can help to ensure survival.
Medicine For The Outdoors by Paul S. Auerbach is not only useful in a wilderness situation, but anywhere that medical help may not be available. Almost every conceivable injury is covered by the doctor, along with diseases and delivering a baby outside of a hospital. This book is up to date in the information it contains.
U. S. Army First Aid Manual by the Department of the Army is another valuable first aid book that should be in your emergency library. Almost every type of injury possible will be covered, and easy to understand treatment is provided. The book is full of illustrations, most of them in color, to help you undertake the procedures outlined without trouble.
Emergency Data Disk
This CD contains all Emergency information that may be necessary in a disaster situation including local disaster response information for your state. It also has full guides for first aid and survival situations, which may be vital in the event of a disaster.
Emergency Preparedness CD
This award winning DVD helps you and your family prepare for any type of disaster form hurricanes to a pandemic. It covers topics such as Water, Disaster Plan, Safety, Pets, Terrorism, Shelter/Evacuate and much more.
The Survival Good.com Emergency Preparedness Books Bundle
Feel confident going into the unknown with the information from these books. You will learn a solid foundation of survival knowledge and skills. It includes:
- How to Handle a Crisis: This 146-page volume was written by Former Chief of Police Dennis Evers and Dr. Roberto Silva. They cover almost every crisis imaginable and even include an extensive chapter on first aid.
- SAS Survival Guide: You'll find detailed sections on: First Aid, Plants for Food, Building Shelter, Hunting and Trapping, Disaster Preparedness and many other topics
- Pocket Guide To Emergency First Aid: This waterproof pocket guide covers such topics as bleeding, choking, bugs, colds, blocked airway, sprains, chest pains, and shock.
- Pocket Guide To Outdoor Survival: This water proof guide covers such topics as clothing, getting lost, signals, shelter in place, fire, food, water, avalanche, hypothermia and automobile.