The Self-Initiative Project
Weather Safety

Weather Safety

July 31, 2022

The Self-Initiative Project, Podcast 52, Weather Safety

In this episode, we talk about safety for:

  • Heat
  • Thunderstorms
  • Tornadoes
  • Hurricanes
  • Snow storms

Specifically, we walk through some of the commonalities shared across some of these weather situations and related safety considerations, including:

  • High winds
  • Lightening
  • Flooding

In addition to safety tips and general advise, we talk about the differences between a watch and a warning, things you can do to help reduce stress and anxiety in emergency situations, as well as the importance of prepping ahead of time, planning, an some ideas for gear.

Thanks for listening.

 

Other related podcasts:

Podcast 7: How to Make Your Trauma Kit(s)

Podcast 11: Safety In and Around Your Vehicle

Podcast 22: How to Build Your Get Home Bag (GHB)

How to Build Your Get Home Bag (GHB)

How to Build Your Get Home Bag (GHB)

January 29, 2020

The Self-Initiative Project, Podcast 22, How to Build Your Get Home Bag (GHB)

Do you have the gear to help you make it home should a catastrophe of some type occur?

This episode we talk about what you need in order to build an effective Get Home Bag or "GHB." 

First-aid/trauma gear, clothing, food, shelter, and water are all the basics needed in such a bag. We discuss specifically what is in my bag and what the intentions are behind having those items, plus more. And you will want to be sure to have one, or at least food and water, for anyone with you should something go sideways.

If you have never thought through scenarios that may force you to get home on your own, within 24 hours, you will want to listen to this episode.

Thanks for listening.

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