Disasters Come in all Shapes & Sizes
No one wants to plan for the worst. But preparing now means you can hope for the best and feel more ready to face a disaster if it does happen. Plus, you don’t have to do everything at once. Just pick off a task at a time – add one thing to your to-do list every week or month – every action helps. Whether you’re starting at zero or moving your preparedness level from basic to full survivalist, BCAA has your back.
Three Steps to be Prepared
Get started by exploring the three steps to better preparedness. Because there’s nothing better than knowing you’re ready for anything.
Know the Hazards
Discover the risks from earthquakes, floods and wildfires in B.C.
Make a Plan
Build a Kit
Did you know that in the event of an earthquake or disaster, you’ll need to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours before emergency responders might arrive? Ensure you’re prepared with an emergency kit in an accessible location in your home, car, or workplace.