September is National Preparedness Month, and it is a good time to create a written plan for natural disasters and emergencies that can occur to anyone at any time.
For first responders, flooding and water rescues require adequate funding, training, and equipment – all of which will help save lives.
Dr. Randall Hanifen takes a look at the benefits of attending one of the many upcoming national fire conferences.
Emergency management enables people with a public service mentality to feel satisfaction about helping communities to recover from disasters.
Each year, some of the same predictable disasters, like wildfires and tornadoes, occur in certain communities.
The amount of EMS agencies with varying structures in the United States would be difficult to pull together under one federal agency.
EMS agencies have argued for a while now that EMS agencies should be united from the federal level down to all local agencies.
Home ownership is an excellent analogy to what communities go through when it comes to effective mitigation and disaster preparedness.