Educating a parent about appropriate water safety measures may be a more effective solution to decreasing swimming-related emergencies.
When major disasters happen, there are lessons to learn. Safety training is often a part of this dialogue for emergency management employees and citizens.
Emergency managers work hard to educate the public about preparation prior to disasters. But emergency managers should change how they educate the public.
Emergency managers should contemplate unique scenarios citizens may be faced with to help citizens understand what to do when faced with a major disaster event.
The increasing incidents of snake bites in the United States make it more important than ever for emergency personnel to train and refresh their understanding of how to handle such injuries.
As individuals seek to live healthier, more satisfying lives, many food-related movements are cropping up in the United States. One such movement is suburban farming.
Emergency managers need to utilize the kinesthetic learning style to reach other areas of the public to effectively educate them on personal disaster preparations.
Educating the public on basic outdoor survival techniques conserves emergency team resources and helps to prevent outdoor emergencies.
In this vlog Dr. Chris Reynolds discusses the importance of emergency and disaster management, and why he made the decision to create EDM Digest.
As the summer months heat up, a few dogs in the United States will perish in a hot car because their owner left them behind. Education and legislation have worked well to help prevent these deaths, but we need more of a societal shift in behavior to prevent more heat-related dog deaths.