How to communicate when the world goes silent

The Roper Report

Survival Communications Basics

Disaster can strike at any time. A crisis will not wait until you and your family members are safely together. That’s why having a communications plan is critical.

Your survival communications plan should cover at the minimum:

-Primary and secondary meeting place within the neighborhood (in case of fire or home invasion). These two places can be a neighbor’s house and a neighborhood park.

-Primary and secondary meeting place in town (in case your neighborhood is evacuated). You can choose a library, a church or a coffee shop.

-Two out-of-state points of contact. These two points of contact should be your relatives or family friends that do not live in your state. Call them in case of an emergency and let them know if you are okay. It may be easier to make long-distance calls, as the lines in town may be tied up. These 2 contacts…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

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