The American government system is very reactive when it comes to policy development. In the wake of the Hawaiian volcanic eruption, should lawmakers consider policies focusing on homeowners that purchase homes within the vicinity of a volcano?
It is highly advisable for hospitals and public health officials to hold training sessions to make sure that staff are well prepared in the event of an Ebola outbreak.
Proper planning is the only way to ensure that our profession moves forward and to create a more successful transition to our eventual retirement.
There is a strong need for emergency education and training to be high on the list of how to ensure at-risk residents heed evacuation warnings.
Having related experience and a training background is key to teaching. A company officer requires experience and training before becoming an educator.
Lawmakers are faced with particularly complicated decisions as they work to create policies to end active shooter incidents.
American veterans face high ambulance bills due to bureaucracy. But U.S. Representative Mike Coffman is working to change this healthcare situation.
Today, we want to run first responder organizations like businesses. But how much accuracy in data-driven decisions and data collection is sufficient?
The recent catastrophic bridge collapse in Miami, Florida - which killed six people - is a case study in organizational failure.
What caused dispatchers in Henry County to send a police officer to the wrong address where he would be shot to death by a gunman who also died?