Your Safety Place is your "one-stop-source" for Emergency Preparedness Supplies for every home, school, business and institution. We've got everything you need from basic safety supplies to complete solutions to prepare for natural or man-made disasters. No matter where you live, there is the possibility of some kind of disaster you need to prepare for. Whether it be earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, mudslides or the risk of a nuclear or chemical accident.
We have simplified getting prepared down to 3 very easy steps. Step 1 - Purchase emergency kits and supplies. Step 2 - Make an emergency plan. Step 3 - Get informed! It is now easier than ever to get your home and business prepared for any disaster situation!
Your Safety Place also provides professional, well-educated customer service that takes the guesswork out of knowing how to prepare for an emergency in advance and how to equip you for the day-to-day requirements for child safety, home and business security – all to help keep your family and those important to you safer. Best of all – it’s all in one place – here!
No matter where you live in the world, there is a good chance you reside in an area that has the possibility for some kind of natural or man-made disaster. The first step, and possibly the most important step in getting prepared is purchasing an emergency kit for yourself and your family. Whether it be earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, blizzards, mudslides, nuclear or chemical accidents or even normal power outages, Your Safety Place has designed a line of high quality survival kits that will make your job easy and simple to get prepared!
In the event of a disaster, you cannot rely on government or outside aide for possibly long periods of time. It is more important now than ever that you are self-sufficient and can provide the essential supplies for yourself and your family in the aftermath of a disaster. FEMA recommends that you have a minimum of 3-days supply of emergency food and water. We strongly recommend between 7-14 days of emergency food and water as a minimum. After hurricane Katrina, there were many people who didn't see any form of government aide for as long as a month!
I have bought the kits and supplies, now what do I do? Very simple answer, Make an Emergency Plan!
There are many different things you need to think about and prepare for before a disaster happens. From travel and commuting plans to out of state contacts, there are many different avenues of planning that everyone in your household should discuss. Just like having a fire escape plan, gather your family together and make sure everyone knows what to do Before, During and After an earthquake or any other disaster!
With all the different types of possible disasters out there, there are many different sources of information to pull from and get educated. Please visit our Disaster Preparedness Guides and Information Center for a large list of preparedness ideas and guides for every type of disaster. You can also take the Your Safety Place Preparedness Test to see how prepared you are and what you might still need for supplies.
Continue to educate yourself and your family on any updates before and after a disaster that effect the region where you live. Go to your kid’s schools and make sure that they have properly and adequately prepared themselves to provide for your children. What does your place of employment have on hand for their employees in case of a disaster? Make sure your extended family, friends and neighbors are ready for any emergency.
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You can also connect via social media with your local and county Fire, EMS, Police or OEM (Office of Emergency Services). Many federal and state organizations now have a social media platform to share information about preparedness tips, events and upcoming workshops in your local area. Many also communicate critical updates during and after disasters via these social media channels. Also check out our Links & Partners page for quick access to some the countries best informational websites on preparedness and survival.