Take some of your vacation time to observe local safety precautions and gain new ideas about increasing community safety from wherever you visit.
Society needs to be more accepting of concerning behavior reports, so that individuals are able to make reports without feeling stigmatized and save lives.
Small scale incidents highlight the need for community resilience support systems.
A bill has been proposed in California to train former inmates in Emergency Medical Services. Despite the recruitment problems EMS has been seeing, EMS would not be a good profession for those released from prison.
Guatemala's Fuego volcanic eruption is a serious international concern and will continue to worsen before it gets better. It is in the best interests of countries throughout the world to send resources and aid to help them manage this serious and devastating emergency.
Ellicott City: Cleanup and rebuilding will require substantial effort by Maryland's OEM, the governor, non-profit organizations, volunteers, and residents.
Memorial Day is a holiday that proves to be an important time for emergency managers to discuss public safety issues with the public to keep them safe.
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.