When disasters happen, a common misconception about those affected is they simply did not prepare. They did not understand the consequences of the disaster and, as such, they’re left with nothing.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for June 23, 2021: The pandemic has exposed a national supply chain vulnerability amid dock worker shortages and equipment failures
Dialysis patients are among the most vulnerable populations in a community. During disasters, they require more attention and more resources.
Emergency managers need to work on behalf of the deaf community for the installation of alarm systems that include components like flashing lights to alert the hard-of-hearing and the deaf to emergencies and disasters.
For National EMS Week, those in leadership positions should consider how fatigue is plaguing their department.
National EMS Week is especially important this year as the United States is still working on recovering from COVID-19.
EMS week celebrates the numerous contributions and sacrifices Emergency Medical Services personnel make for their respective communities.
As we celebrate the heroism of firefighters on National Firefighters’ Day on May 4, we wanted to highlight one of our own: Dan Fidonik.