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 This volume provides many fundamental approaches to the many complex issues of Emergency Preparedness.Disaster plan information and numerous preparedness tips and resources are provided. In addition checklists and material for emergency kits is also included. Critical information on Emergency First Aid has been expanded to include new material on coping with disasters and emergencies. The volume concludes with the processes you should be involved with immediately After a Problem!

Learning Objectives

1.Recognize what help you can provide when there is a need for emergency first aid.

2.Assemble an emergency preparedness kit.

3.Create both a individual and group disaster plan.

4.Prepare yourself and others to cope with any emergencies or disasters.

5.Review the numerous emergency preparedness tips and resources.

This volume provides information important for both Medical Responders and General Responders. Additionally there is extensive material about the issues of Emotions, Impact on Families, Animals Including Pets etc. Specialized information addresses the growing issues of terrorism and radiation episodes currently and into the future.

Learning Objectives

1.Understand the differences between general responders and medical responders.

2.Learn the numerous processes involved in a standard emergency handbook.

3.Recognize the complex issues relating to emotions affect on families and animals.

4.Be aware of the many potential dangers associated with radiation.

5.Become educated on the growing and changing nature of terrorism.

This volume provides critical information about potentially the most important decision any of us will make before, during or after an emergency situation. Should we stay where we are or should we evacuate? These decisions are greatly complicated by the considerations for Pets, Elderly or Young People, Disabled Individuals etc.  Important information on the assessment of facilities and the guidelines expressed in the current

Learning Objectives

1.Recognize the importance of the decision to evacuate or to stay safe in place.

2.Learn the importance of dealing with special populations during this decision such as Elderly, Disabled, Young People, Animals & Pets, etc.

3.Be prepared to conduct a facility assessment of your surroundings.

4.Follow the general guidelines provided to make the right and appropriate decision.

5.Get ready and have the materials necessary to deal with issues of Power Going down, Food Management Management and Water Management.

 This volume is designed to provide extensive information about the dramatic climate change we are all witnessing across this country and the world.This includes material about what we can and should be doing as individuals who are safeguarding our collective future. This volume has critical information about both excessive heat and cold episodes in a whole spectrum of additional emergencies including Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Flooding & Landslides etc.

Learning Objectives

1.Learn the dramatic effects that Climate Change is causing around the world.

2.Recognize is our world adapting and our life-changing because of climate change.

3.Prepare yourself for both Extreme Heat and Extreme Cold episodes in the future.

4.Ready yourself for a variety of potential natural emergencies in your local area.

5.Educate yourself on the variety of associated threats related to excessive heat exposure.

6.Prepare a plan for yourself and your family related to such natural emergencies As Earthquakes, Tornadoes, hurricanes etc.

 

Volume 1: Terrorism & Man-Made Emergencies

This volume is designed to address many of today's most pressing problems including acts of both domestic and international terrorism. Chemical and biological exposure and emergency episodes.  Growing cybercrime including growing threats of identity theft and exploitation and victimization of people from all age groups. Finally there is an emphasis on man-made explosions.