There are many situations which can be encountered that need basic techniques and survival gear to get through the challenges of unforeseen incidents. In this article are the techniques which one should master to survive in any dangerous situation. One of the basic survival skills is building a fire.Importance of First Aid Certification and Its Application
A number of companies, private institutions and government colleges offer first aid certification courses. There are a number of options to choose from and it is important to do the right course. If you’re unsure about which certification to go for, you should consider first aid courses that adhere to the guidelines of Red Cross, Health and Human Services, American Heart Association, Occupational safety and Health Administration.Food Storage For Survival
The United States Government increased their stockpile of emergency food supply from 6 million meals to over 400 million meals. Do they know something? Should we be listening? The steps to help you begin your emergency food supply.How to Survive a Wildfire
This summer, wildfires have eaten up our country like never before. Nearly 7 million acres across the USA have burned down, a number that breaks 2006’s previous record, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.2012 Emergency and Disaster Survival Tips and List – Develop a Plan and Be Prepared!
More people than ever are taking action to plan and prepare for a possible future emergency or the natural disasters that may arise in their town, our country or even the world. They may call themselves Preppers or Survivalists and many have their bunkers and Bug Out Bags (BOB) ready or they may just be people who know that having an emergency plan and supplies “just in case,” is a really smart and really good thing to do! Whatever the motivation, those people are a step ahead of most of the rest, because in every town of every state, there is a chance that an unexpected emergency or natural disaster could happen at any moment!Firefighting Gear: Safety, Reliability and Durability a Must
Firefighting gear plays a key role in how effective a fire station can be at eliminating a fire hazard. Fire fighters need proper safety equipment to respond to all kinds of emergencies. When responding to a fire, seconds count. Firefighters rely on high quality, functional equipment for just about every task they perform on the scene.Walking Sticks,The Ultimate Survival Multi-Tool
There are a lot of important Survival Tools to have with you in the woods. One of the most important is the simple walking stick!Should Flood Zones Have Mandatory Raised Highways In and Out?
If you’ve ever driven through Louisiana you will notice that they have raised highways, raised roads, and in many places raised bike lanes too. The railroad tracks are also raised. When you drive along the freeway you are constantly looking down. It’s obvious why this is, it’s because it is a perpetual flood zone. Indeed, almost all of Louisiana is. Therefore, when the water level rises and starts flooding, people have a way to get out, and go to higher ground, even if that higher ground is just a long thin strip.Get Free Doomsday Preppers Training for Disasters
Want to learn more about how you can prepare yourself and family for a disaster? The government is offering free hands-on training on disaster management taught by emergency response professionals in your community.Main Procedures You Learn In an Outdoors First Aid Course
If you are a mountaineer, hiker, athlete, oil rig / construction site worker or even simply an outdoors loving person, undergoing an outdoor first aid course can turn out to be extremely useful in times of medical emergencies. Such courses are specifically designed for handling outdoor emergencies and the Red Cross website, particularly, features many such specialized courses on cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or external defibrillation training. In fact, such is the importance of first aid courses for outdoor emergencies that it has now become mandatory by law for construction and oil companies to train their employees on such procedures…Prep for Doomsday
When the world takes a turn for the worst, it is important to identify ways to prep for doomsday in order to make the most of a difficult situation. A preppers list is one of these mandatory survival items in order to survive the apocalypse.Ghana Life: Vengeance of the High Priest
Komfo Anokye is revered in Ashanti, Ghana, as the fetish high priest who is reputed to have brought the golden stool down from the sky for his famous king, the great Asantehene, Osei Tutu. When, in the 1960s, they built a large modern hospital in Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti, they named it after Komfo Anokye and put his statue in the centre of a traffic circle nearby. It was an unfortunate juxtaposition: the fetish priest would not have been happy to see the former adherents to his healing power: invoking the intervention of the spirits of the forest and the ancestors, turning to an alien system administering chemical substances to suppress the symptoms of disease. To many who sought emergency treatment at the hospital in the 1970s it must have seemed that Komfo Anokye was wreaking his revenge.Emergency Preparedness, Making Your Plan
A family should prepare themselves for a disaster as soon as possible. Being prepared could be the thing that keeps everyone safe in the worst of situations. When a disaster strikes, most people’s first instinct is to panic. However, the key to surviving any type of disaster is to prepare for it beforehand…San Onofre California and the Nuclear Power Plant There – Is It Safe to Live Nearby?
San Onofre, CA is growing up these days. It was for the longest time a sleepy surfing and beach town. It was even mentioned in a famous Beach Boys song “Surfing USA” and it is also adjacent to an old nuclear power plant. Okay so, that seemed to pique your curiosity didn’t it? Is it safe to live near there?What Are The Chances of a Nuclear Accident In the US Like the One Which Occurred in Japan?
Not long ago, I was discussing the safety of nuclear power plants on the West Coast. I live in California, so it is something that our think tank does take seriously here, as they do in other parts of the nation. Recently, there was a steam release and a pump failure, thus a shut-down in reactor one at Three-Mile Island. Of course, some folks get alarmed rather easily, and in this case the system did exactly what it was supposed to do, thus, safety features did work, and well. Still, each time something like that is blasted in the media – people get a little nervous.