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08/06/2018 / By Zoey Sky
When SHTF, an emergency plan (EP) is crucial to keeping your whole family on the same page, even if you get separated for various reasons. (h/t to ThePrepperJournal.com.)
If you write down your EP, you can minimize potential losses and damages. For example, an EP will involve getting fire extinguishers and teaching everyone how to use them properly. In the event of a fire, a written EP can help limit the extent of fire damage.
A written EP can give your family peace of mind. When it comes to prepping, knowing what to do is key to surviving any disaster scenario. If your family members can consult a written EP, they can stay calm even when everyone else is panicking.
With an EP, your family will know what to do during emergencies. You don’t want to forget anything during a disaster, and the best way to prevent this is by writing down your EP. Use this document to plan how and where you’re going to store provisions for your family.
Even if you have a great knack for memorizing things, here are five reasons why you need to write down your EP instead of keeping it on your phone or on a computer.
When prepping, your survival will often depend on a solid plan of action, which is where the EP comes in. Outline your EP carefully so each family member will know what to do when SHTF.
Read more articles with tips on how to create an effective emergency plan at Preparedness.news.
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