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Nancy Parker: Some simple preparations can
go a long way when it comes to putting your
mind at ease this hurricane season.
Joining us now is Michael Wallace from Tulane
School of Professional Advancement’s Emergency
and Security Studies, and Norris Yarbrough
from Tulane also.
They’re helping us put together hurricane
go bags.
Good morning.
Thanks so much for joining us.
Michael Wallace: Good morning thank you for
having us.
Nancy Parker: Alright, so the storm is coming.
You’re in a hurry.
You don‘t know what to bring.
What are some just go-to things that automatically
come to mind?
Michael Wallace: As emergency managers, we
like to tell people to be prepared before
the storm.
When the storm is coming, that is the wrong
time to kind of put everything together.
So, these are called go bags.
And what go bags do are contain items that
you would need for evacuation or in any case
of disaster.
It’s a good thing to have either in your
house or also in your car.
Nancy Parker: So if you’re sort of person
that just doesn’t feel like putting the
go bag together, there are actually bags you
can purchase.
Is that right, Norman?
Norris Yarbrough: Yes, you sure can.
You can purchase the items that you see laid
out here on the table now are in a bag that
you can purchase for under $50.
Nancy Park: Alright.
Tell us what’s in it that’s so important.
Norris Yarbrough: Sure.
The main thing you need to meet, of course,
is your hydration needs.
In this particular bag, we’ve got the water
is put into packets it makes it easier to
carry in the bag.
Because you’re going to put it in a backpack
similar to this one, so it’s easy for you
to grab it and go.
You’re going to have your water and then
you’re going to have nutrition.
You can either buy it like this, these are
ProPacs that have nutrition, a lot of nutrition.
Average person wants to consume somewhere
around 2,300 calories a day, and this will
help you get there.
Nancy Parker: So you have a first aid kit,
drop cloth for rain, duck tape.
Norris Yarbrough: Duck tape, this is the solve
all thing.
You know you’ve got to have it in any emergency
kit, is the duck tape.
Nancy Parker: Now Michael, what is in this
bag?
Now this is something you can purchase, and
I’ll show you the bag that it comes in together
and how to get that.
What did you put in your bag that you think
is so important?
Michael Wallace: Yeah, so this is my personal
bag that I carry in the car.
I have a hat, which is also important.
I have a little jacket in case you need something.
You see I have a lot of hats, I like those.
But I also have a lot more water in here because
you need a gallon a day per person.
I also have a lot of things here.
A can opener is very important.
You wouldn’t think that, but if you’re
on the road.
Gloves, bandana.
Nancy Parker: You’ve got ponchos, you’ve
got light sticks, which are great.
And I see a lot of ziplock bags, which are
important if you’re around a lot of water.
You have to get in a boat, you drop your cell
phone, that’s so important.
Norris Yarbrough: Yeah the light sticks Nancy,
that’s something we are moving toward recommending
versus flashlights with batteries because
these have a lot longer shelf life than batteries,
so you know they’re going to work when you
go to use them.
Nancy Parker: That makes sense.
Alright.
Well, and it’s kind of like, people say,
‘Oh it’s a no-brainer what you bring.’
But sometimes you don’t remember all these
things.
Also, something to keep warm, even in hot
weather you may get chilly at night at times.
Michael Wallace: And the reason I include
the hats, especially one of those little boonie
hats.
In case you have to evacuate and you’re
stuck on I-10 like I have been before, you
need something to protect yourself from the
sun.
Nancy Parker: Alright.
Now these things come from a company that
put them together for you.
What’s the name of that?
Michael Wallace: The name of the company is
ProPac out of South Carolina.
If you just google ‘pro pack’ you’ll
see it and they have a lot of different variations
you can get.
Nancy Parker: Alright, well thank you so much.
I wish we had more time because you’ve got
some good stuff in this bag.
Thank you so much, Michael and Norris, for
sharing this with us.
Alright.
Shelby Latino, we know the drill about what
to bring for hurricane season but it always
helps to learn.

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