When people talk about emergencies our minds tend to turn to the London bombings, Indonesian tsunami or other global catastrophes.
But what if we told you that being prepared isn’t just for those headline-grabbing incidents? Power cuts, water main bursts, gas leaks, transport strikes, road closures...we experience a variety of inconveniences every day. Taking few steps to prepare will help not only with those 'everyday emergencies' but also with far less likely incidents.
You're probably more prepared than you realise, but these 30 tasks will help you boost your resilience.
Grenfell Tower Fire - Key Information
Information and support for people affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower on 14 June is available from