The No Go Bag, We need to think more about an evacuation bag and what you need to have to keep your family safe and secure. You included your insurance, birth certificates, cash, pet care, and all of your prescriptions.
This is the bag that I am currently carrying for EDC Commuter purposes when on the go with my laptop; either for work or for personal use. My previous EDC Backpack was fairly large in size and I wanted to have a more lightweight solution that was specifically designed for urban traveling purposes.
As the number and intensity of disaster events continue to grow, it is important to account for future conditions and climate change in your hazard mitigation plan. “Future Conditions” include the impacts of a changing climate, changes in population, and changes in land use and the built environment. This recorded webinar provides ideas, resources and examples of how to integrate future conditions information into your hazard mitigation planning process to increase overall resilience.
I hate it when I get pulled over for a burned out light on my vehicle and getting a ticket. After I get the light replaced I have to prove to the court system that I’ve replaced the light in order to get the ticket dismissed. To avoid this hassle I’ve created this Vehicle Replacement Lights Kit so I have replacement bulbs for ALL of the lights on my vehicle, just in case one of them goes out while I am on a road trip.
We Take a Crack at Overland Camping and End Up at an 1800’s Abandoned Cabin, Build an Period Inspired Shelter and Camp For The Night. Enjoy! Please Hit The LIKE and SUBSCRIBE BUTTONS as well as the NOTIFICATION BELL. Feel Free to Check out my Amazon Influencer Page and Follow Me on Instagram and and Facebook. Thanks For Watching. Continue reading
When a society falls apart, it’s hard to know exactly how it will all fracture and break apart. We can tell a little bit of our course by the challenges we face as a community, a nation, a world of countries. When war is at your door, you can predict what things you won’t have: electricity, water, gas, safety, and so forth. When a natural disaster strikes, you can also bet on the same services falling apart, and, given the length of the disaster, maybe social order too. Some disasters have a local or regional zone and impacted radius. Some are larger in scope and suck in other stable areas like a spiraling vortex.
The Natural Disaster & Emergency Management (NDEM) Expo, powered by global events leader, Reed Exhibitions, is a comprehensive trade event and online resource dedicated to the preparation, response, and recovery of physical and human assets of public and private organizations. NDEM will help your organization gain the knowledge, discover the tools, and connect with the individuals necessary to make your organization more secure and resilient, all while minimizing operational disruptions and ensuring public safety in this ever-changing world. Continue reading
Have you considered why your community and its buildings looks the way it does? It’s because of plans, policies, and regulations that govern where (guided by land use planning) and how (guided by building codes) we build. This webinar outlines the essential role that land use planning and building codes play in reducing disaster risk.
In its 17th year, Crisis Response Journal is the global information resource covering all aspects of human-induced disasters or natural hazards, spanning response, disaster risk reduction, resilience, business continuity, and security. CRJ is about bringing agencies, disciplines, nations, and the private and public sectors together to understand their different roles and perspectives, thereby improving a unified response to large-scale crises or averting crises in the first place effective disaster risk reduction. The CRJ cover a range of threats, from CBRN and cybercrime to conventional terrorism, from pandemic protection and preparedness to flooding, from fires and chemical incidents to large scale natural emergencies such as earthquakes, from environmental degradation to climate issues, from critical infrastructure protection to business and national continuity, security, resilience, and sustainability. Emily Hough
Ever wondered what would happen if a nuclear blast went off in your area? It’s horrifying as well as interesting to find out. Open this amazing website (Outrider.org) and put the name of the location to experience the effects of the nuclear blast. Continue reading