Thursday, October 8, 2015

National Fire Prevention Week is October 4 - 10

National Fire Prevention Week is October 4 - 10

Did you know that in a home fire, you have just two minutes to get out safely? That’s why preventive measures like checking your smoke alarms and emergency plans are so critical to keeping you and your family safe.

In just one year, 26 people are alive today thanks to a nationwide campaign spearheaded by the American Red Cross to save lives and reduce injuries from home fire. Join in and learn more about how to be fire safe today by reviewing our simple safety tips and share them with your family and friends. You can also help save even more lives by supporting Red Cross Disaster Relief.

Check out our fire safety tips today and help spread the word >> 

Gail McGovern,
American Red Cross

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Prepare Early...If Not For Yourself, Then For Those Less Fortunate

Erin McBride, a friend of Emergency Essentials, was asked to share her experiences with preparedness while in the very midst of a major tropical storm. As a person dedicated to the health and welfare of those less fortunate, her perspective is turned outward, focusing less upon her own well-being, and more upon the interests of those she serves.

elderly man at empty shelves in  shop scratches in  nape"It was a very humbling moment for me. Families were giving up precious healthcare to get milk and bread. The poorest of families couldn’t get to the store yesterday when the shelves were full. They had to wait for their food stamps. Meanwhile, individuals like me, that didn’t need to wait for the first of the month, and could have better prepared in advance, were keeping these families from getting what they needed." 

Read the entire post at Emergency Essential website following the link below:

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Barocook Flameless Cooking

Check out this alternative to cook your freeze dried prep meals with:

Introducing Barocook Flameless Cookware:

Barocook is the latest innovation in emergency cooking. With a little water or snow, you can activate the heat packs and your meal will be hot and ready to eat within minutes. Because it is flameless and produces no carbon monoxide, the Barocook can safely be used indoors or in other confined spaces.

To see the Barocook products in action, check out our product test on 
YouTube by clicking here.

We are excited to announce that Campfire Meals® will now be carrying several of Barocook's most popular products.

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