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Nor Cal Gun Vault Training

Nor Cal Gun Vault Training Emergency Preparedness Essentials Course - Part 3 - Hygiene / Medical & Part 4 - Shelter / Warmth

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Are you prepared for an event such as a wildfire, earthquake or extended power outage? Are you properly prepared just for a simple hike, camping or hunting trip? Do you know what you should have, how much you should have, and where you should store what? We can help you become more prepared.
Being prepared for the unexpected makes all the difference between being able to survive in relative misery or tolerable comfort. We have seen both and prefer the latter. Investing in good emergency stores of food, survival kits, medical supplies and even a survival blanket to stave off the cold. Peace of mind doesn’t have to be expensive, just think of it as an investment you make when times are good for when times aren’t.
In this day and age there are more and more events that can cause disruptions to our everyday lives, remember the pandemic restrictions? Extended power outages due to weather or wildfire? Don't get caught when the food, water and necessities (toilet paper) have been cleaned out of your local stores. Remember the old saying " ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure"?
Eddie Ford / Instructor - During his 20 year career in the United States Navy, Eddie has endured natural disasters from hurricanes to ice storms and had to learn the hard way what it takes to endure. He has been trained and served as a Red Cross Shelter Manager and Disaster Preparedness Officer for two U.S. Navy Commands.  His approach to preparedness is that knowledge can be taken wherever you go and that being prepared gets you there faster.
Part 3 – Hygiene and Medical – One of the most dangerous factors in a disaster scenario is the risk of injury, infection, or illness. We will talk about ways to keep as clean and healthy as possible when our normal routines are disrupted. If the worst happens and you are forced to deal with an injury, be prepared to stop bleeding and treat the wound. This is not a stop the bleed type class, we will discuss the materials you will need to gather to ensure you are as ready as you can be when we no longer have access to professional medical care.
Part 4 – Shelter and Warmth – It is inevitable when disaster strikes, there will be power outages. Whether it is summer or winter, your home will not be at a comfortable temperature. If you cannot stay in your home, you will need to consider what clothing to carry to keep you comfortable. We will discuss options for staying out of the elements and for maintaining a tolerable level of comfort.

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