The accompanying booklet and reference guide, to the film.
Are you prepared?
There is no need to panic. There is no need to live in fear. But so long as there are devastating natural events, there will always be a need to prepare for them. Preparation - the kind that can save your life - does not have to be complicated.
It can be a simple task by task effort. Then, long before the next hurricane / earthquake / blizzard / ice storm or flooding occurs, you will be as ready as you are every going to be, to handle it all.
In Surviving Disasters , Les Stroud has endeavoured to remove the feeling of being overwhelmed by the amount of knowledge available for being prepared for, surviving and finally recovering from a natural event. And yes, a natural "event" because these natural occurrences are inevitable but the disasters that result, are not.
In Surviving Disasters with Les Stroud, you will find life-saving information based on categories such as:
- People with Access Issues
- House and Vehicle Preparations