Vancouver Earthquake Safety Company Shares Advice on Surviving the Aftermath

VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – November 29, 2017) – Thinking about earthquake and natural disaster safety isn’t a priority for most people. After all, it’s not a regular occurrence, and is not pleasant to ponder. But that doesn’t mean catastrophic events don’t deserve some headspace. As many people are aware, a long anticipated major earthquake is expected in the region. According to the professionals at BC Quake, being prepared for the aftermath is almost as important as surviving the event itself. For more, go to:

There are three considerations that have to be looked at post disaster. These include:

  • emergency response time
  • possible building damage and
  • prolonged exposure to the elements

For example, the blog points out, “During an earthquake, the danger is from falling objects such as bookcases, artwork, ceiling fans, as well as imploding windows. But when the earthquake is over, staying warm and out of the elements is crucial. Don’t underestimate the effect of the earthquake trauma and living outside in rain or cold on the human psyche and health. Dehydration is a real concern as it can result in dizziness, confusion, and a lack of concentration…”

It may not always be possible to use electricity, contact family/friends, or drive after an earthquake. While having a preparation plan in place is important, a well-equipped earthquake kit can provide peace of mind, as well as a reliable stash of necessary items.

BC Quake Premium Survival Supplies have several different kits to meet different needs. For example, there are kits that can provide shelter, warmth, nutrition, and a means to purify water for drinking and cooking.

For more information on BC Quake Premium Survival Supplies and their products, call 604.945.0001, visit the website, email, or stop by their location at 107-1320 Kingsway Ave., Port Coquitlam. BC Quake can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

About the Company

BC Quake offers a full spectrum of survival preparedness services, from 72-hour survival kits to comprehensive earthquake preparedness training courses and consultation. Prepare for the natural disasters that threaten BC’s West Coast with the products and services handpicked to keep your family safe.

For more information, visit: or call 604.945.0001.

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