You may have heard of the bomb in your living room, but have you ever thought about how you might react if you were to find out it was going off in the middle of the night?
There are many different types of bombs, but most of them can be controlled remotely by people using a smartphone app or remote control.
If you are one of the many people who are living in your own apartment and find yourself locked out at night, you might not know how to protect yourself.
Here are some tips for how to be safe in the dark.1.
Know where you are2.
Have a backup plan3.
Know how to get yourself out of the apartment without any other means4.
Keep a list of things you can leave behind for emergencies5.
Use a good night’s sleep to recover6.
Get out of bed early7.
Use the internet for entertainment8.
Get a smart phone and an alarm system9.
Stay up late to avoid being seen10.
Avoid being alone11.
Learn how to communicate with people online12.
Get ready to use the bathroom and wash your hands13.
Get the best quality water for the water heater14.
Get up early and make your way to the bathroom15.
Know the basics of the fire alarm system16.
Learn about the rules and regulations of your area17.
Have some extra toilet paper18.
Find out where your neighbour lives19.
Take your child to the playground20.
Know when the fire drill will be scheduled21.
Get some exercise if you can21.
Use an app like the Weather app22.
Read up on the weather forecast for the area23.
Get to know the city and get out of your way24.
Get rid of any clutter you may have25.
Read the weather app to stay informed26.
Get all your water and foodstuffs in one place27.
Find a way to get out into the rain28.
Set up a plan to get a job in your area29.
Take a long walk30.
Learn the etiquette of driving31.
Check your phone battery level32.
Learn all about how to keep your mobile phone charged33.
Plan your next day of travel34.
Take an active role in your community35.
Make your home and community safer36.
Learn more about fire safety37.
Read your local newspaper and get the latest news stories and events38.
Take some time to exercise39.
Get help from an experienced friend40.
Keep an eye on your personal hygiene41.
Learn to manage your money42.
Stay in touch with your neighbours43.
Check up on your neighbours on social media and the internet44.
Plan for your family’s upcoming wedding45.
Learn what to expect when you’re on holiday46.
Find ways to avoid having to leave home47.
Know your neighbours’ rules48.
Make sure you have the right type of water for your shower49.
Take care of yourself during an emergency50.
Be prepared to get the job done51.
Find your favourite restaurants in London and find out what they offer52.
Make a list for emergencies53.
Make emergency planning decisions54.
Know about the local fire department55.
Keep your personal belongings in one location56.
Plan ahead and make sure you are always in the best place when you need to57.
Know what you can and can’t do in your workplace58.
Have emergency plans for emergencies59.
Get more help if you need it60.
Plan and set your home60.
Learn which events you are going to attend61.
Take advantage of local festivals62.
Find more information on social and cultural events63.
Keep yourself safe during a pandemic64.
Learn everything you need for an emergency65.
Plan on staying safe during an earthquake66.
Know which roads you can safely travel to and the best places to go67.
Find an emergency contact in your city68.
Know more about what to do when a fire breaks out69.
Plan a good escape route70.
Know you have a lot of things to do at the same time71.
Get involved in local politics72.
Make plans for a weekend adventure73.
Plan an event for your next vacation74.
Plan the perfect day for a birthday celebration75.
Plan out your next trip76.
Make an emergency plan for a family emergency77.
Get tips on how to save money and avoid disaster78.
Make the most of the upcoming summer holiday79.
Learn where your nearest airport is80.
Know if there are any festivals or events planned81.
Know who is working at your workplace82.
Know a lot about the UK weather and weather trends83.
Learn your local police force84.
Know that there are many ways to protect your home85.
Know all about the best weather conditions for your area86.
Find where to get your pet87.
Know as much about the weather and the weather events in your neighbourhood88.
Know things to look out for89.
Know for sure what is happening in your local area90.
Have an emergency kit91.