SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- A majority of Californians have taken initial steps toward earthquake preparedness but more than 60 percent of Californians have not done enough to make their homes safer and guard their personal finances in preparation for an inevitable, large-scale earthquake, according to a recent California Earthquake Preparedness
In response to recent natural disasters, the Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC), a non-profit organization seeking to improve national health through education and research, recently published a guide to managing emergency response. read more: http://lpn.advanceweb.com/editorial/content/editorial.aspx?CC=122554
September 10th, 2010-(In Case Of Emergency, Read Blog).
Fear is something we encounter on a regular basis, most recently with the H1N1 outbreak across Canada and all over the world.
What does it take to be a hero? A cape? Huge muscles? The Community Emergency Response Team seems to have a different answer.
Mar 15, 2009 The Ventura County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Office was recently evaluated for its ability to dispense medical supplies during a large-scale public health emergency. The department scored 97 out of a possible 100, according to Public Health. read more: http://www.venturacountystar.com/news/2009/mar/15/county-gets-glowing-marks-for-emergency/
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - More than 250 million people worldwide are affected by some form of natural or man-made disaster every year. But millions survive these emergencies due to preperation.
Federal standards intended to strengthen bulk power systems and prevent potential blackouts are weak and ambiguous, says Emergency Preparedness expert Anita Tallarico, President of CONOPS Consulting, LLC.
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