By David Black
We all have either read or actually prepared in some way for natural disaster emergencies at home by storing some water, blankets, food with a long shelf-life and other essentials needed to survive without the basic amenities we are all used to.
This is a proactive approach to planning for natural disasters. Most of the work is done before the emergency occurs, not during the actual event. Why do we plan this way? We do it to ensure that all the details and possibilities are covered with an effective solution to implement with little to no thought.