What everyone should know about emergency medical first aid (part 1 & 2)
Last week we discussed the various personal injuries that should be anticipated as a result of calamities, emergencies and disasters. We mentioned that only 1% of the population in the United States is a First-Responder and how the other 99% relies upon so few to provide medical assistance to so many! We asked the question - so how do we stay alive and preserve lives of others? This week we crack open that first aid kit you've stashed away and apply a little scrutiny. (caution: graphic video included) More...
Extreme Weather Emergencies, Disasters, and the Role of NOAA All Hazard Radio Communications
Bruce G. Thomas, Chief Meterologist and Chief Spokesperson for Midland Radio Corporation. Mr. Thomas will be discussing:
- America's Dealdy Weather Hazards: from "Heat to Hail"
- Preparedness & Mitigation: Words to Live by in a Stormy World.
- Communicating After a Disaster: Hurricane Katrina Case-in-Point
- The NOAA Radio Weather Network: The Voice of America's National Weather Service
- Future Technologies on Tomorrow's Horizon
Professional Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response Personnel in Training, Logistics and Operational Roles
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