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Survival Starts by Being Proactive and Prepared for When a Crisis or Disaster Strikes

City, County, State and Federal resources may be so overwhelmed you may need to survive on your own and protect yourself and your family for possibly days or longer before rescue resources become available and start Search and Rescue Missions to search for survivors to assist with your recovery.

You and your families survival depends on your
Being Proactive and Being Prepared

for a Worst Case Scenario Event.

This is what our expanded "Emergency Go-Kit Essentials Checklist" is designed for. A comprehensive survival inventory guide that will facilitate your  inventorying your required supplies necessary to prepare you and your family to survive a worst case scenario Event until rescue resources become available.

  1. Gather your family members and pets
  2. Pack some clothes and essentials
  3. Grab our Emergency Power Supply & Go-Kit
  4. Get to our car
  5. Relocate to your predetermined safe location

  1. Evaluate your Area
  2. Insulate the Ground
  3. Set up your Shelter
  4. Build a Fire
  5. Set up your Kitchen
  6. Set up your kids with outdoor activities to keep them happy and busy
  7. Prepare for rescue

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Click this link to download your copy of your Expanded "Emergency Go-Kit Essentials Checklist"

EmCommInfo.com a Repository Website

Offering pertinent information for Emergency Service’s during a DISASTER and necessary information for Ham Radio Operators and civilians when the waters are quiet?

  • Emergency Go-Kit ESSENTIALS Shopping Mall
  • Disaster Survival: Disaster Go-Kit Check List
  • Pre-Post Disaster Civilian, Federal and Government Resources
  • National / Local LIVE Weather: Reports, Radar, Alerts…
  • National / Local Emergency Relief Shelters
  • Ham Radio: HF, UHF, VHF Net Operations, Net PDF’s (i.e.: Radiograms, Message Forms, NTS Codes…), Nationwide Clubs, Nets & Events
  • Amateur Radio: Nationwide Repeater Information
  • Emergency Services & Communication Frequencies
  • FEMA “FEMA ICS-Forms
  • How to information and much, much more…

Survival Starts by
Being Proactive and Prepared When a Crisis or Disaster Strikes

EmCommInfo.com Info has the information you need

  • .pdf documents you can download and
  • hyperlinks that take you to the pertinent websites you need


We are volunteer Amateur (Ham) Radio Operators who are Licensed Instructors, Certified Examiner and Elmer’s.  We hold General or Extra Class licenses offering FCC authorized Ham Radio instruction programs and exam class’s.

Licensed Instructors are qualified Ham Radio Operators holding a license class of the same or higher level than the license class being offered.

As a result HamHelper Instructors and VE’s can  offer our  local community to receive Technician, General or Extra Class Ham Radio Licenses.

In times of Crisis and Natural Disasters

Ham Radio Operators assist with critical local services resulting in disrupted services to be managed and restored through alternative means.

Crisis and Natural Disaster
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when you need it!



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US Fire Administration

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IARU International Amateur Radio Union

CERT Community Emergency Response Team

American Red Cross

SERT State Emergency Response Team

ARRL The National Association for Amateur Radio


REACT Radio Emergency Associated Communications Team