The first volume in a three-part series on emergency preparation for the beginning student. With over thirty years of experience, WELLINGTON offers the beginning student a candid and realistic appraisal and approach to preparing in advance for disasters and emergencies, and offers detailed insights into scenarios that may occur during every level of disaster including - shelter, heat, light, water and electricity, medical facilities, immunization requirements, communication, documentation, recreational activities and other services we use every day. This comprehensive reference book offers step-by-step strategies, tips, instructions, lists and guidelines for beginners so they can prepare today to survive the disasters of tomorrow.
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About the Author
An MBA graduate, WELLINGTON has studied, experimented and researched emergency preparation issues for over thirty years and has authored five additional emergency preparation books entitled DISASTER SURVIVAL FOR A WORLD IN CRISIS, PREPARE TODAY - SURVIVE TOMORROW, PREPARING FOR SURVIVAL: DISASTER AT THE DOOR, EMERGENCY PREPARATION PRINCIPLES FOR BEGINNERS and A BEGINNERS COLLECTION OF EMERGENCY PREPARATION PRINCIPLES (Volumes 1, 2, 3). WELLINGTON has conducted emergency preparation workshops for religious, government and civic organizations for the past twenty years.