Nearly half of U.S. adults do not have the resources or plans in place in the event of an emergency. So take this opportunity to check out the resources CDC’s Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response have put together on what you can do during an emergency. In order to make sure viewers have information about how to be prepared in the event of a blackout, CDC’s Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response and National Geographic Channel worked together to provide important…
Earthquake Survival Tips: Think You're Safe? Think Again
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Learn how to assemble your very own "bullet proof" survival fire kit!! Learn all about the different components, why they are important, how to include each in your kit, the ideal items for your kit and more with the Ultimate Survival Fire Guide!!
Amid collapsed diplomatic efforts over Syria and increasing tensions with the United States, the Russian government is beginning emergency response exercises on Tuesday that will include the participation of thousands of government officials and many millions of citizens who will respond to a mock nuclear attack or other large-scale catastrophe. The four-day drill will reportedly include 200,000 rescue professionals, tens of thousands of emergency vehicles, and an estimated 40 million…
Every family should have grab-and-go emergency bags for potential emergencies. Even young children can help pack a go bag and store it in an easy-to-access place. Make grabbing the survival bags part of your emergency drills with your family.
Were Having A Lockdown Drill (A Social Story About Appropriate Behaviors During A Lockdown Drill) is a great way to help students handle the difficult and often upsetting feelings that accompany lockdown drills. This book addresses basic lockdown procedures in a way that makes them clear and less threatening to young students.