These three countries are always at risk for disaster, whether typhoons, earthquakes, or flooding. What do they do to mitigate the natural disasters that just seem to never let up? How do they keep their populations safe?

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Safety officials say it can take roughly thirty minutes to escape a high-rise building. Is that fast enough to escape fire? How fast does fire spread?

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What is an ICE list and why should I have one? What does ICE even stand for?

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Fire safety should be a top priority when living in a high-rise building. There is no reason to not have any and every fire safety measure put in place, and that includes smoke detectors.

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How does one maintain their composure during an emergency situation? Here are some tips to help you stay calm and get through an emergency without making rash decisions.

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If you thought that the only use for SkySaver was escaping fire, you were wrong. There are several other emergency situations during which a SkySaver can save your life.

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When there is an emergency in your high rise, are you prepared with a plan? Learn and understand what an emergency plan should look like and be prepared for any possibility.

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When faced with an emergency, what are the five things you need ready ahead of time in order to move quickly and mitigate loss of life and precious documents/heirlooms.

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Not all fires require a full building evacuation, some fires are kept at bay in single apartments, while others can spread through the entire building. Since we were children, we have been warned and taught about fires and what procedures to follow if one should occur. In school, whenever there are fire drills we were told to evacuate immediately and not waste any time grabbing belongings. But, is immediate evacuation always the right decision?

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Edward Michael “Bear” Grylls has become perhaps the world’s most famous survivalist and is widely known for his television series Man vs Wild which ran from 2006-2011. In addition to Man vs Wild, Bear Grylls also had a couple other t.v. shows, one of which was called Worst-Case Scenario and it ran for 12 episodes in

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