Emergency Preparedness Week – IBC’s Top 10 Guide to help you get better prepared for emergencies

May 7, 2013
Categories: Safety
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With this being Emergency Preparedness Week,  we came across an article from the Insurance Bureau of Canada that we would like to share with you.

In this article they list Ten tips that will help you to become better prepared to face a range of emergencies.

We hope that you will find this helpful in preparing a plan to protect you , your family and your property from the impact of a disaster.

Ten tips that will help you become better prepared.

 

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