Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 6, 2018: Hurricane Beryl forms in the Atlantic season; a Thai cave rescue diver has died – and other news.
Diver and Petty Officer Saman Gunan died early Thursday morning while assisting Thai cave rescue efforts for a soccer team and their coach.
Correctional officers handle dangerous and distressing encounters on a daily basis, and new officers can quickly become overwhelmed. One veteran correctional officer shares how he balanced the highs and lows of the job, including how to manage stress.
The worst heat wave to hit eastern Canada in decades has claimed the lives of 18 people in the past week in Quebec province.
Thirty-four people have been confirmed dead after an Indonesian ferry sank off the coast of Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province on Tuesday.
With only a few thousand apprehensions, our northern border with Canada is uneventful. But the Trump administration’s new security policy is being felt.
The June 12 summit and forthcoming diplomatic talks highlight the need to understand the history of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.
By Brad Bouchillon
Vicarious trauma is when trauma is experienced secondhand, and it is more likely to affect individuals who dedicate themselves to helping others. Learn more about who is susceptible to vicarious trauma and how those in high-risk professions can protect themselves.
12 Thai soccer players and their coach are alive after 10 days in a cave; rescuers now face the difficult task of freeing the soccer team.