Category: Professional Help

PREPS: Are You Ready Series … Pandemic Preparedness

Source: By: Tess Pennington  Ready Nutrition  Posted on: April 1st, 2014 Let’s cut to the chase, it is very difficult to prepare for epidemics and pandemics especially for those living in close proximity to others. These natural recurring disasters tend to occur suddenly and without warning. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), serious, deadly contagious […]

NEWS.GOV: Emergency Preparedness Requirements for Medicare and Medicaid Participating Providers and Suppliers

[emc2alert type=”error” style=”normal” position=”top” visible=”visible” closebtn=”1″ title=”Big Gov is Getting Bigger” ]I agree that every government agency should plans for emergency preparedness, but I don’t agree that Medicare and Medicaid need to be involved. They provide medical coverage to the poor and under insured…All this law does is mandate what PROVIDERS must do…in other words, […]

PSYCHE: The Top 10 Personality Traits of a Prepper

Source: By: James Kearney Posted on: January 2014 Today’s post comes from James Kearney from We’ll be discussing the top 10 personality traits that you’ll need to survive a global disaster.  Contrary to what you may believe, there are certain personality traits and characteristics that are common among survivors of real-world disaster scenarios. Unfortunately, not everyone […]

SHELTER: Deathtrap…Moore tornado debris reveals construction flaws, code violations

Source: By: M. Scott Carter Posted on: February 20, 2014 MOORE – When the storm came, seven students in the Plaza Towers third-grade center sheltered in the hall. At Briarwood, the students and teachers thought the school building would protect them.   Then the tornado hit, and the schools fell. Instead of offering protection on May 20, […]

PREP: Dial Easy – Active Shooter Awareness & Preparedness…Always Vigilant

Source: By:  Capt. Monty Ashliman, Commanding Officer NAS Lemoore Posted on: February 21, 2014 What is your plan if you hear gunshots in you work space? Run? Hide? Fight? The Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C., last year puts active shooter preparedness on the front burner once again. According to the news media coverage, the gunman […]