Epidemic preparedness plan action is the only defense against the deadly diseases and viruses that threaten our lives. Malaria, avian flu, West Nile, and a slew of other dangers lurk in the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe.
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Disaster preparedness helps people understand what hazards they are vulnerable to, and aids them in designing a survival plan. Elite survival skills give the mindset and wherewithal to make it through any crisis.
Absolute Rights is providing its subscribing members with those survival skills in its latest Special Report. “Get Out Of Dodge” is the how-to guide to preparing for any of life’s most dangerous challenges, including wildfires, hurricanes, and especially epidemics.
Oftentimes disease and virus epidemics require evacuation. “Get Out Of Dodge” includes full guidance on creating an evacuation plan. It advises against relying on the most popular outlet routes, since entire communities will all be trying to escape at once. The Special Report also requires at least four different routes because disasters are so unpredictable and unexpected complications will almost certainly arise.
The World Health Organization’s report “Social mobilization in public health emergencies: Preparedness, readiness and response” was released in 2010. In it, the WHO makes note of the seriousness of epidemics, and the unfortunate effects of the human reaction.
“By their very nature,” said the report, “disease outbreaks can occur at unexpected times and places and may grow rapidly in scale. They also attract considerable attention from the public, media and government agencies. Outbreaks have the potential to severely disrupt community life. They are not isolated events but happen within existing social, cultural, political and economic settings.”
That last line is important: epidemics are not isolated. They can endanger lives without even being detected. And once they are, will cause outright panic.
“Human behavior is critical to epidemic prevention, response and management, but there is a general under?appreciation of the behavioral imperative that underlies responses to public health emergencies. In fact, human behavior drives epidemic emergence, transmission and amplification,” the report said.
With that, preparedness is the only true way to prevent emergencies. Personal protection and responsibility will go a long way in epidemic preparations, but can’t be relied on by everybody. One person without a sense of situational awareness jeopardizes an entire community.
“Get Out Of Dodge” provides other disaster emergency preparedness measures, including how to pack a survival bag, how to make communication plans, and how to care for young children and the elderly. Beyond that, the Special Report digs deep into survival techniques needed for the aftermath of disasters, when the economic system crumbles and modern society ceases to exist. Epidemics and other crises cause power failures, food shortages, contaminated water, and technological breakdowns. Staying alive in such circumstances is incredibly difficult, but can be done with the information inside “Get Out Of Dodge.”
Disaster preparation is a test of strength and endurance. The shock related to emergencies can completely disarm a person, rendering them incapable of following a plan and getting out alive. “Get Out Of Dodge” offers preparation practice runs that get people thinking critically and acting faster. Confidence is built in repetition, and survival increases with confidence.
Gain the survival confidence with Absolute Rights’ latest Special Report, and start devising a blueprint for disaster response right away. With the right information and the proper training, epidemic preparedness plan action will prevent the life-threatening dangers that everyone is exposed to. For more information and access to “Get Out Of Dodge,” visit http://www.bugoutreport.com.