Glad to see July is here and look what new equipment came in today:
Looking forward to doing some work with my Vanguard MK-1 gloves.
Initial observation – these Vanguard gloves are super soft!
Shout out to the team Nick, Andy, and Ryan!
It’s Thursday in the third week of 2014 National Preparedness Month
“Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare”
#TBT #TapeBackThursdays ? Or am I trying too hard to make fetch happen?
This week’s theme is consistent with FEMA’s National Preparedness Campaign: Build an Emergency Kit
#18: This emergency preparedness kit multipurpose item literally sticks to everything #Prepared2014 #NatlPrep #TBT
Before a disaster, duct tape can be used to shore up many structural components as well as loose items around the house. This includes securing windows from cracking, enhancing doors, even sealing up the cracks in case you have to shelter-in-place duct tape does a lot!
Now duct tape has been used for a few redic things too.
Great practical joke, but c’mon.
And trust me when I say every emergency manager has duct tape in their go kit. Therefore, you should too.
To aid in your preparedness, I would suggest having two rolls of duct tape in different colors. This way, you can distinguish your tape from others (i.e. layers) and also be able to use your duct tape as identification markers. Here’s an example of just one way to use duct tape to easily identify your stuff – my flat head ax.
Um, I hear that the airline industry also uses duct tape for operations…I mean identification too.
However you use duct tape, keep at least two different color rolls in each emergency preparedness kit.
It would be worth noting that the Duck Tape Headquarters is located right here in NE Ohio and of course Avon Ohio is known as the Duck Tape Capital of the World.
During an emergency, stick together! (see what I did there?)