CMMG .22 LR Conversion Kit – Perfect for Training!

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Homeopathic First Aid – Shock and Collapse

Shock and collapse occurs after serious injury, bleeding or burns. It is due to reduced blood pressure (or volume) that these incidents can produce. It may follow a nervous shock, such as fright or very bad news.

Driver Safety – Driving in a Hurricane

If you live in a mandatory evacuation zone, you should not hesitate to leave as quickly as possible. Before evacuating, you should decide what you want to take with you and keep those items in a central, easily accessible spot. Most states will close Interstate and major highways to traffic driving toward the coastal areas and open all lanes in both directions to outbound traffic only. Even with all lanes going in one direction, traffic will be very slow and tempers will be high. This is where your patience will be required. Before you evacuate you should ensure that your car is serviced and has a full tank. Gas stations in the storm zone may close early and gas stations inland may quickly run out of gas. During your evacuation, you should never let your tank go below half full if you can avoid it. You never know when a collision or a tie up will keep you tied up on the road between exits for hours.

Reverse 911 Could Save Your Life in a Disaster

Reverse 911 calls have saved thousands if not tens of thousands of lives in the United States. It’s a very simple system whereby the phone company sends a message to everyone in an area that a disaster has occurred, or is about to, and it gives people instructions on what to do in a pre-recorded message. This could help in the case of a train derailment with toxic chemicals that have spilled, a wildfire approaching where mandatory evacuation is necessary, or even a flood; thus, giving people a chance to get out of Dodge.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Hand Sanitizers

There has been a dramatic increase in the concern for washing hands since the Swine flu has hit the headlines. You now find hand sanitizing equipment in many public locations such as schools, hospitals, day care centers as well as in homes that previously had none what so ever. I imagine that the major question that is on most peoples mind is whether these various hand sanitizer products are worth the cost or a waste of time and money.

An Emergency Response Plan Requires Preparation Plus Information

When you’re developing an emergency response plan, be sure that your information sources are thorough and up to date. Field guides and references need to be updated regularly to make certain you’re prepared.

Preparing For the Hurricane Season – Know Where to Go and What to Do

With the arrival of hurricane season, the need to be prepared for a disaster becomes ever more important. This includes everything from the location of medical centers, walk-in clinics, wound care and other vital information that will keep you and your family safe in your greatest time of need.

Important Pointers on Flood Damage Cleanup

Before starting a flood damage cleanup, it is important to note that dangers still exist, chemicals, sewage and other contaminants may still be present. There can also be the presence of electrical, fire, biochemical, physical and other hazards.

Preventing and Stopping Giant Wildfires – We Need a Comprehensive Strategy

The folks in California have had to deal with many threats to civilization for instance; Earthquakes and Giant Wildfires. The verdict is still out on how to deal with Earthquakes, someday we may figure it all out, but let’s discuss wildfires for a moment. You see, many in the Interagency Mutual Assistance leadership hierarchy believe we need a comprehensive solution.

Fighting Fires in the California Mountains – Easier Said Than Done!

The California mountains, like those in many arid mountainous states poses a huge challenge with wildfires. If you ever hike on some of those trails up there, they are not really usable for a full scale fire truck. And when the sage brush grows from a previous wet winter, the vegetation gets really abundant, dry, and brittle in the summer months.

Wilderness Survival Tips – Understanding the Rule of 3’s

In emergency situations, one of the biggest problems is to focus on what matters most. That’s why in the field of emergency medicine, we use acronyms and steps like the “ABC’s” to help us control panic and remember what we should do first, then second, etc…

Why Self Defense Weapons Such As Pepper Sprays Need to Be Part of Your Wardrobe

All too often women suffer the brunt of violent attacks. I want the public to be aware that there is a disparity between the genders in how violent attacks are viewed and judged. The toll upon any person, who suffers from a violent attack or attacks, needs to come to the realization that self defense weapons are justified, in order to defend them.

First Aid Treatment For Black Widow Spider Bites

A black widow spider is a spider located in the United States, Canada in the southern portion, and also Mexico. Black widow spiders that are female seem be more venomous than a male. The female spiders have colors that are orange,red, or yellow underneath, and their outer side is all black.

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