Disaster Can Strike at Any Time. No One is Immune.

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    Congratulations for taking the initiative to improve your preparedness and the safety of your loved ones. Each self assessment module explores your preparedness in 3 areas:

              a) What you should have been taught
              b) What else you should know
              c) What the experts say

    Registered users will receive a unique custom report including their personal preparedness score and prioritized recommendations for improvement.

    Returning User: "Select a self assessment module from the menu above"
    New User: "Click here now to register and begin"


    Outcome’s Document Library contains copies of all important and relevant documents reviewed by our researchers during the construction of the self assessment modules.

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    Outcome’s staff searched the internet broadly to locate some of the most useful emergency products. We rigorously compared each product across multiple categories, ranging from performance specifications to warranty and customer support.

    Click here now to go to the Emergency Products listing to find the safety tools you need.


    Outcome believes that corporate resiliency begins at home. You have begun to improve your family preparedness. Now, ask yourself, “Are you comfortable with the level of emergency preparedness at your place of work?”

    Learn more about our Enterprise Risk and Crisis Management software solutions by clicking here now.


    Outcome recognizes that some families have emergency preparedness considerations that are highly complex and require the direct involvement of a professional security and safety consultant.

    Click here now to learn more about Outcome’s Family Consulting capabilities.


    Any comments you can provide which will help us improve the content, format or usability of SAFE will be reviewed and considered for inclusion as part of our on-going improvement process. Additionally, we welcome hearing about your preparedness success stories and testimonials.

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    Get out and stay out of buildings damaged in an earthquake.
    Never take hazardous chemicals
    out of their original containers. A young child may not be able to
    tell that it is a dangerous substance.
    Adults are responsible for
    the preparation and training of
    the family in order to deal with
    emergency situations.
    Each year, fire kills more
    Americans than all natural
    disasters combined.
    Residences without alarms are two to three times more likely to be burglarized.
    Terrorist’s view Military and Government facilities, as well as airports and other public places as “High-Value” targets.
    Arson, open flame, and
    heating were the leading
    causes of fires resulting
    in child fire deaths in 2002.
    According to the Department of Justice, burglars often know their victims and have some knowledge
    of their daily lives.
    If you encounter a suspicious package, notify authorities immediately, keep others away and make a note of people who were in the vicinity when the package was identified.