Working in the emergency preparedness industry allows us to meet people and preppers from all over the country and all walks of life. We equip civilians, government, schools, hospitals, and corporations with supplies to take on a wide variety of potential threats. About once a month we get a call that surprises us and introduces us to yet another facet
This Friday as Emergency Preparedness Week nears in Canada, we look at a few interesting tidbits from around the world wide web. Starting with the U of Michigan being invaded by Zombies, moving on to FEMA and their message for getting kids involved in preparedness planning and finishing with a tornado in Ontario.You can learn a lot from a Zombie.
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Good Friday morning! We start off this week with a bloggers roundup of his own interesting articles, move into an innovative idea utilizing the zombie theme and finish up with a political group doing their part to inform citizens.Bill Hammerman is a blogger who runs the site petaluma360.com. His post titled More Emergency Preparedness "Food for Thought" poses 2 questions with follow
As we move deeper into September, we come across those pesky Zombies again. Schools in the Philippines are getting disaster awareness curriculum in the classroom and "Pledge to Prepare" activities for National Preparedness Month in Tennessee.From ABC News comes this gem about the upcoming Zombie Awareness Month in October. The zombie apocalypse is spreading according to FEMA's monthly webinar which attracted almost 400 emergency management
Once upon a time if you were the sort of person who kept two years worth of food in the form of MRE’s, canned peaches, and freeze-dried meals, you might have been called a nut job by some of the less understanding members of the public. Nowadays, maybe because of programs like “The Walking Dead” and the recurring joke of
You may have a lot of little frustrations throughout your day. A flat tire on the car, a bill collection notice comes in the mail, and your favorite performer bombs on American Idol. But, nothing can ruin the day like those pesky zombies! The best way to avoid that is to be prepared. Make yourself and your family a survival
Moving into the month of June, activity seems to be increasing with emergency preparedness around North America. Is it due to economic unrest in Europe or the continued wild weather? This weeks roundup includes an article on mobile communications and earthquakes, the CDC denying the existence of Zombies and the Insurance industries take on disaster preparation.First up is the headline,