A comprehensive step-by-step workbook of checklists and DIY projects
that prepare home and family for any life-threatening catastrophe
"Hurricane, earthquake, pandemic, terror attack, solar flare, riot or civil unrest" any of these can disrupt modern life and only a few prepared citizens are able to ride out such disasters in safety. "The Prepper's Workbook" lays out exactly how to plan, prepare and survive any disaster, taking readers from the ranks of the unaware to the confident few who know they can weather any storm. The book's one-of a-kind, hands-on format allows readers to breakdown each aspect of prepping into simple, manageable steps that won't or consume excessive free time or money. Since every individual and family is different, this workbook provides a fill-in-the-blank assessment to help each reader tailor preps to their specific needs based on fitness or handicaps, skills and knowledge and geographic location. With this book, each project can be tackled piece by piece on weekends and the skill-building exercises and drills can be incorporated into fun family outings. Topics include evaluating and building food stores, personal and home security, preparing vehicles for an evacuation and acquiring medical supplies to treat injuries and illness in the absence of outside help.
Scott B. Williams is a sea kayaker, sailor, boat builder, and writer with a passion for exploring and outdoor adventures on land and sea. He has written five books and continues to write for magazines in addition to maintaining various blogs on boat building, sailing, and outdoor survival.
Scott Finazzo has been a professional firefighter for fourteen years and is currently serving as the Lieutenant of an Engine and Rescue Company for the Overland Park Fire Department in Kansas. Over years of experience both preparing for and responding to disasters he has developed a keen interest in survival. He currently lives in Shawnee, Kansas with his wife and three sons.