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Tracking Outbreaks to Protect Your Family from Danger

by Craig
In the areas where Ebola is the most active, there are several organizations keeping an eye on the virus, ready to report any big changes. The virus left its area of origin and has spread across the country. Some cases made it out of the country to other countries. The news has dutifully tracked this. You also need to track the outbreaks. When the Ebola virus or pandemics like it hit an area, the masses need to know what’s going on. Otherwise, you’re operating in the dark and you could end up accidentally heading into an area that’s become a […]

Water is Paramount to Your Survival

Every cell and organ in your body needs water to continue working properly. Water leaves the body when you sweat and breathe, so you have to keep replenishing and drinking throughout the day. Dehydration can cause fatigue, dry mouth, and headaches. It can also cause dizziness and lightheadedness, which can be mistaken as signs someone is getting sick. When it comes to survival, the top of your list should always be marked for water. It’s important that you have enough to survive on in the case of a pandemic and you should make sure that you have it stored correctly. […]

ISIS Infiltration of America

by Craig
There is a history of wars in every country. Only today, these wars are far more subtle but equally as deadly. These wars are being fought in the realm of terrorist attacks both near and far. ISIS is responsible Attacks are happening left and right and ISIS is claiming responsibility for major bombings and suicide missions, and they promise more destruction in the future. They’re far more dangerous than most people realize and will use any means necessary to carry out their plans. They’re even taking advantage of the many refugee crises and slip into countries by posing as refugees. […]

Electromagnetic Pulse

by Craig
What is electromagnetic pulse? When it comes to electromagnetic pulse, many people connect it to a nuclear bomb going off. But this type of weapon doesn’t have to be linked to a nuclear bomb to be just as devastating. Using today’s technology, weapons using a force of electromagnetic pulse are in existence. This means that a country can experience the fallout from a nuclear bomb – but without ever having been hit with a nuclear bomb all because of the power of the shock wave. No country is safe Every country is vulnerable to this threat. Many countries have the […]

When Disaster Strikes

  What to Do The first few moments immediately following a disaster are critical. In order to ensure long-term survival, you obviously need to ensure your short-term survival first. You do this by taking stock of your situation, reacting appropriately, and executing your retreat plan. Taking Stock of the Situation As soon as you realize something is wrong, you need to determine exactly what is happening. Turn on the radio, turn on the television, and check the Internet. Believe it or not, Twitter.com can be very useful for gathering real-time information. In 2011, a magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck near Washington D.C. […]

The Basics of Crisis Management

by Craig
What is crisis management? As experts state, crisis in an organization, a nation, business, family or in a relationship is unpredictable. It comes in times when you are actually best prepared or, worse, least prepared. Crisis may come in many forms, fiscal, relational or natural. And often times when not prepared, dealt and responded accordingly a crisis could lead to a catastrophe. Crisis however is never unexpected, which definitely suggests that people in an organization, business, government, family or relationship know the risks and the incidents that may occur. Also called incident management This is in this light that crisis […]