Disaster Crash Course is here to provide valuable information and first-hand knowledge intended to educate you on how to prudently mitigate your next crisis situation.
 

TUTORIALS & ARTICLES
Household People Medical Safety
Household People Medical Safety
 
FIRSTHAND ACCOUNTS
Missions Natural Disasters Manmade Disasters Life
Missions Natural
Disasters
Manmade
Disasters
Life
 
RESEARCH LAB
Research Lab

Here in the Research Lab we try to test first-hand various techniques and find the best and easiest approach to simple, but important, processes. These are on-going projects, so keeping checking for the latest progress!

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Our first Digest is Ready!

By Daniel Valles, Posted to Editor's Blog: 01/22/2014
 

Finally, we’ve started compiling our tutorials in an easy-to-read digest format! Our first volume contains 10 important tutorials (including one important one we haven’t posted yet!) on a variety of subjects. Available in PDF and print formats, this also makes a great gift for missionaries, or even for those who expect austere circumstances or disasters in their area. Check it out: Disaster Crash Course Vol. I

 
 

Recent Additions...

25 Tips To Staying Warm In An Emergency
Whether you live in the city or country, have wood heat, electric heat, propane heat, oil heat, etc. things happen in life where our main heat source can be disrupted.
01/11/2014
Solar Cookers
Develop an alternative way to cook/boil as a means to reduce funds spent on cooking fuels, or for in an area where such fuels may be hard to obtain, such as a remote medical clinic.
08/07/2013

 

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