the Six basic elements of preparedness and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: food, water, shelter, security, communications, and health/medical
Tag Archives: FEMA
The Emergency Plan Guide
Virginia Nicols & Joe Krueger, authors of the Emergency Preparedness Guide, have been members of their local FEMA sponsored C.E.R.T. for many years.
COVID -19 A Worst-Case Scenario?
Could COVID-19 cause a worst-case scenario or something more catastrophic for our nation? Let’s work this scenario out. Every week on my Civil Defense Radio podcast I open the show with “Welcome to Civil Defense Radio where we discuss all things Civil Defense. Civil Defense is about building resiliency by becoming better informed, prepared and […]
China Lobbying for Less Grid Security
Michael has studied and written extensively on the vulnerabilities of the U.S. electric grid to a variety of threats.
Discussion on Civil Defense with Michael Mabee
So, I have a great deal of experience – both overseas and in the U.S. – seeing what the world looks like when things go wrong.
Are Emergency Managers Preppers?
Are Emergency Managers Preppers? Are they better prepared than most other citizens? These were just two questions I recently asked a discussion board with well over 1,000 Emergency Managers. I also asked how many of them are prepared at home and work? Are their families prepared with food, water, medical supplies, generators and knowledge of […]