It is always fun to spend some time on beach. Even it sounds like wow. It feels great to swim and soak yourself in the sun rays. But the important thing which should be kept in mind is that emergency can arise anywhere. And in case if you are with your kids, you need some extra care for them.
Josh Aldridge has compiled some real-world advice in this article at gearjunkie.com:
Prepping? A Real-World Guide For Emergency Preparation
You don’t have to be paranoid to be prepared. This primer offers simple, tangible advice so you’re ready for actual emergencies, in the real world.
Let’s get a few things straight. You don’t need to build a bunker in your basement. The “Zombie Apocalypse” thing was cute for a while but it’s not real, and dropping your cell phone in a puddle doesn’t count as an emergency.
This is a primer on emergency preparedness in the real world and by no means a comprehensive guide, but should serve as a good starting point.
Learn how to be prepared..
You should take care of the following things before finally going to beach.
• A waterproof sturdy case
• You should keep a pair of gloves; you never know when you actually need them at beach.
• Calamine lotion will help you to save yourself from itchy rashes and bug bites.
• You always need a hand sanitizer, so keep it with yourself on beach too.
Read what BRENDA E. WALSH is telling you at survivopedia.com/ about preparing for bad weather:
Emergency Preparations To Weather The Winter Storm
BRENDA E. WALSH
JANUARY 17, 2016
There’s nothing like a winter storm to ruin your weekend, or even the whole week. An depending on where you live, it might be even longer than that. But, as you can’t do anything about the weather to control it, all you can do is prepare the best you can to face its tantrums.
That being said, you probably insulated your windows frames and roof by now and made sure heat isn’t leaking, but if you wonder what else you could do, here’s an infographic to get you started!
Check the infographic here..
Here are other things you should prepare for emergencies:
• An Instant Ice Pack will be helpful for anything that needs icing like bruises and bumps.
• A Bug bite stick for the cure
• Tea tree oil will help you to reduce irritation being an antiseptic. Don’t ever use it internally.
• Pack of adhesive bandages in various sizes in case of emergency
• Gauze pads in different sizes
• Castile soap in travel size bottle
• Creams and Ointments
• Swabs, Cotton balls
While it is wise to prepare for anything that might go wrong on a beach, some time a beach can also become a spot of emergency occurrence. Check out this video by Mashable to see one such incident in California:
And you may also want to take scissors, nail clippers and tweezers. Some pain killers (medicine for adults and liquid for kids) might also come in handy for emergency preparation.