The preparedness levels here are OUTSTANDING!
Visual alerts easily visible at eye level.
Speakers for all audio alerts at ear level.
Flashlights at every evacuation point and ALWAYS by the exit access points.
Love. It. Here.
Rounding the corner through the first week of 2014 National Preparedness Month!
“Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare”
Of course you need to be prepared right?!?!? My goal is to provide actionable information so that you can better prepare you and your family.
This week’s theme is consistent with FEMA’s National Preparedness Campaign: Reconnect with Family After a Disaster.
#4: Multi-purpose binder clips help keep wires organized for easy visual access to connection points #NatlPrep #Prepared2014
These office binder clips allow me to keep things organized, clean, stowed neatly, and tied down as I travel around. Additionally, I am able to pair the ends of the cables together so I can immediately see the end attachment points.
(And who doesn’t love binder clips right?)
I have assessed my entire family’s cell phones and mobile devices and found that this lightning cable is needed by everyone. We are an iPhone 5 & 5s family.
Not pictured above, are my micro USB cables which charge other mobile devices. Everyone should plan on supporting power needs for the family’s mobile devices (tablets) and accessories (keyboards).
Assessing the entire family’s cell phone power needs before a disaster can ensure that your family will remain connected through and after a disaster.
Family first peeps!