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The National Preparedness Month 2013 Toolkit

September is National Preparedness Month! Here are the “official” toolkits provided by FEMA-  (via community.fema.gov) The National Preparedness Month (NPM) 2013 Toolkit includes suggestions for activities and events that state, local,...

Emergency Preparedness, Zombie Style!

From the Centers for Disease Control’s Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response  (seriously) There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example. That’s right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e...

Traumatic Incident Stress: No Good Deed..

..goes unpunished, they say. Nowhere is that more true than with those who respond to disasters- natural or man-made, where death and severe injury is present.  These workers are at risk of experiencing stress from what psychologists refer to as a traumatic...

Workplace Disasters: Ready?

When we think of disasters and the workplace, its usually in the context of a natural disater such as tornadoes, hurricanes or earthquakes- depending on where one is located. But these are actually the tip of the iceberg- which is a good analogy in fact. The iceberg...