Coronavirus Survival Advice – How To Stay Safe Against Covid-19
Coronavirus will affect us all in one way or another, and as with all emergencies and disasters, the better we prepare now the better we can get through it safely. Washing Hands vs Hand Sanitiser Regularly washing your hands with warm soapy water for at least 20 seconds then drying them thoroughly is the most […]
Day Trampers put themselves at risk by not being prepared.
“It’s important to recognise that the perceived risk of a day walk can be very low, where the potential risk can be surprisingly high.”NZ Mountain Safety Council The most vulnerable group are not those who regularly tramp for days in the bush or the mountains, it is the day trampers” who are more likely to […]
Advantages of vacuum packed survival kits for workplaces
We have developed a new range of grab and go backpacks in consultation with several large customers. These grab and go options involve vacuum packing the contents in a triple-sealed, thin insert. There will be a slit in the outer seal, so that in the event of an emergency the insert can be ripped open. We can customise and create [...]
Why Do I Need an Emergency Water Supply?
In the event of a major disaster, roads will be cut off, mass transit will shut down, and it’s likely that power and the main water supply to your workplace will be compromised. Your building’s header tanks will probably have shifted and they will be empty. You and your colleagues could be isolated for several days, requiring you to [...]
Mega Quake could hit central New Zealand
Scientists finally have proof that central New Zealand could be ticking down to a highly damaging "megathrust" earthquake. Earlier research has suggested the seabed between the Wairarapa and Marlborough is capable of generating magnitude 7-plus quakes.Now researchers have found solid geological evidence that an area off the coast of Wairarapa and fringing Cook Strait causes [...]