Preparing For A Disaster? 4 Steps To Take When Planning An Evacuation Shelter

If you've decided that it's time to take emergency preparations to the next level and you're planning on building an evacuation shelter in your yard, make sure you take the time to do it right. Your bug-out shelter will require some serious planning, especially since you and your family, may need to spend a lot of time in it if the world around you collapses. Here are four steps you should take when considering your evacuation shelter. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Work With A Consultant When Taking Fire Safety Measures In Your Commercial Building

One thing that you probably do not want to think about as a business owner is having a fire at your place of business. However, you never know what could happen, and it's important to take certain fire safety measures for the protection of your property and anyone and anything in it. Even though you might think that it is fairly simple and straightforward to purchase smoke detectors and take other basic steps, you might find that it's a good idea to work with a consultant who has experience in these matters. [Read More]