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Emergency Prep: Hurricanes

By Michael B. / August 30, 2019

The coastline of the United states is regularly battered by hurricanes- an average of about five every three years.   Hurricanes bring lots of heavy winds, some as strong as a hundred miles an hour.  Along with hurricanes also come water surges that reach to twenty feet in height. These intense winds can create cyclones, […]

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Emergency Prep: Building Fire

By Andrew J. / July 11, 2019

A fire can occur anywhere, even in places where proper protocol has been followed. It’s always important to have an emergency plan, but it’s particularly crucial for anyone who works in a school, office, or any other large building (especially one with multiple floors). The fire emergency preparation plan involves two things: information and delegation. […]

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Emergency Prep: Civil War

By Michael B. / May 16, 2019

As world leaders beat their chests, make shows of power, and fight for supremacy, conscientious citizens will acknowledge that the odds of a third world war breaking out are high. What many people aren’t aware of is that there’s a even more frightening possibility right around the corner: civil war. Some countries, like Africa, have […]