the Six basic elements of preparedness and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: food, water, shelter, security, communications, and health/medical
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.
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 […]
Michael has studied and written extensively on the vulnerabilities of the U.S. electric grid to a variety of threats.
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 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 […]