posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 02:47 PM
LEVEL 1- Support Roll - Prep phase-
1. Train client in survival skills in urban and rural areas. ( fire starting, water acquisition and purification, shelter building and security,
food storage and prep, and basic hunting skills)
2. Provide client with enough storable food and water for seventy two hours at a rate of 1500 to 2000 calories and 1.5 gallons of water per 24hr
3. Advise client on meassures to take and items needed before any event.
4. Moniter weather, news (tv, radio, and internet), and earthquake activity on a local and national level 24 / 7 and alert client to any possible
5. MOST IMPORTANT practice not just read, some people have very little idea just how difficult it is to do some of the things that would be
required in a life altering event such as using a bow drill to start a fire, acquiring water one drop at a time, etc.
Support Roll-Event Phase-
1. Alert client of possible foreseeable event such as inclement weather, flooding, etc. and begin mobilization of team to an area closer to what
will become the hot zone or epicenter of the event.
2. Deliver 7 days worth of supplies to client or clients after the event within a 72 hour window and establish communication by whatever means
deemed neccesary by the team and the client.
3. Evaluate any medical needs of client or clients and provide basic level care on site, extract any persons with injuries that present a life
threat to the closest functioning care facility.
4. Continue communication with and restocking of client until proper transportation routes and power are restored
This is a preview of what we had in mind for the lowest level events.