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The Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast delivers current, relevant, and Canadian educational content for those who share our passion for disasters and their management. We believe that disasters are everyone's business, and that free and open access to education can drive the profession forward while improving preparedness for all Canadians. Listen as we interview leading experts in the field, review emerging and landmark publications, and debate important disaster issues. All th ...
 
When tested by major catastrophes, the medical community has responded. We banded together to provide emergency medical care and ongoing relief after the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina, while the September 11thattacks brought out the best in medical response teams and care providers. Yet every emergency presents unique challenges and learning opportunities. ReachMD scrutinizes our disaster medicine plans, preparedness protocols, and emergency response capabilities. How are we prep ...
 
Doctor Prepper's C.P.R. Talk Show is the premier Internet source for information related to Prepping, Individual and Family Preparedness, Self-Reliance, Micro, Urban, Suburban, and Ex-Urban Homesteading, and Survivalist. Whether you're an apartment dweller, urbanite, suburbanite, or ex-urbanite, Doctor Prepper interviews experienced, professional, and expert guests to inform, advise, enrich, and entertain you as you prepare for the uncertain future! Given the state of the Nation's financial ...
 
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In this episode I talk about some of the things I used to truly believe as a new prepper just because everyone else said so and some myths that I am desperately trying to bust. Prepping is such a personal experience and journey and I just want you to have all the tools and resources at your disposal to be as prepared as possible to THRIVE! Find me:…
 
by CHRISTOPHER TANTLINGER, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.A tool designed with zero tolerance would not be able to function efficiently or effectively. Likewise, taking a zero-tolerance approach to emergency preparedness and response has led to some problematic policies and procedures. This article explains why building …
 
Episode Nineteen Alpha: Prepper's Perspective Part 2 In this episode, we continue our new Prepper's Perspective segment, where we interview a couple more preppers and get their perspective on different prepping topics in particular about their participation in the Prepper's Weekend event held in May at Ledges State Park near Boone, Iowa The Prepare…
 
Today my guest is MuthaPrepper, a dear friend of mine who also lives in an urban area and has dreams of owning land someday but in the meantime she is homesteading right where she's at and we talk everything from gardening and security to just urban living and being a prepper in California. Check her out: https://www.instagram.com/muthaprepper/…
 
In this episode I talk with Allison from ThisPreparedLife and even though our main topic was supposed to be the differences between homesteading and prepping, we have SO MUCH fun derailing onto other topics, preparedness and personal and we have a great time. Join us on our derailed, funny and informative journey! Check her out: https://www.instagr…
 
by KURT BRADLEY, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness JournalPublic safety agencies require funding to support their operations. Government grants provide opportunities to build preparedness and response programs and strengthen community resilience. However, the grant process has changed over the years. This article helps agencies nav…
 
By CHARLES PERINO, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, August 12, 2015.Key stakeholders across the northwestern U.S. continue to participate in a National Level Exercise to prepare for a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Cascadia Subduction Zone. Past catastrophic disasters can help identify the economic, geopo…
 
By JOSEPH J. LEONARD JR., An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, May 08, 2019.The world is currently facing many threats. In 2018, Domestic Preparedness hosted the Emerging Homeland Security Issues Panel in conjunction with the Clean Gulf Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. This article summarizes the active discuss…
 
Are you gardening yet? I hope you are! In today's episode I probably scare you away from trying to start a garden all-together, but hey, at least I tried, lol. Get your hands on the amazing Survival Garden Seeds here: https://survivalgardenseeds.com/discount/ROGUE10 (or just use code ROGUE10 for a discount!) Find me: https://roguepreparedness.com…
 
by TONY MUSSORFITI, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.Low-frequency, high-consequence events are rare, emergency responders still need to be able to evaluate these complex problems and determine initial actions. To avoid being overwhelmed and increasing the risks to both responders and civilians, emergency responders need t…
 
By JEFFREY D. WILLIAMS, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, July 08, 2015.Hazardous material personnel are faced with a broad range of chemical, biological, and radiological hazards. However, not all hazards are equal, nor are similar quantities. As hazardous material experts convene in Baltimore this week for an a…
 
By ARTHUR GLYNN, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, June 15, 2016.Tomorrow, a simulated 9.0-magnitude earthquake will rupture along the 700-mile Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ). Such an event could create 90-foot wave surges in some areas, according to geological factors and historical accounts. Using research and …
 
by JUDY KRUGER & SCOTT HARRIS, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.Japan is more prepared for future disasters due to communications and annual investments into exercises and drills with local and international partners. Tokyo Disney Resort leveraged private-public partnerships to increase preparedness in employees, guests, b…
 
By ROB SCHNEPP, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, June 29, 2005.In the late 1960s, far too many firefighters were dying in the line of duty when fighting fires involving hazardous materials (hazmat). One man, Ludwig Benner, realized that changes were needed, both in the way firefighters were being trained and in …
 
By SCOTT MCCALLUM, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, June 19, 2013.As baby formula shortages continue across the country, many agencies and organizations are working together to get supplies to those in need. Providing food to the hungry entails gathering donations, distributing food, and tracking every step of t…
 
Episode Eighteen Alpha: Prepper's Perspective Part 1 In this episode, we introduce a new segment to the podcast - Prepper's Perspective, where we interview several preppers and get their perspective on different prepping topics and this week in particular about their participation in the Prepper's Weekend event held last weekend and Ledges State Pa…
 
by ROBERT LEVERONE, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.Law enforcement agencies are tasked with protecting life and safety as well as the civil liberties of those within their jurisdictions. Crowds present even more complex and dynamic scenarios. However, this research on crowd psychology can help law enforcement officers na…
 
by ANDY ALTIZER, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.When an injury causes a life-threatening bleed, minutes matter. There may not be enough time for first responders to arrive on the scene, so immediate responders are needed. Knowing how to respond to this type of injury and being able to stop the bleeding are skills that ev…
 
By JOHN SAUNDERS, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, July 18, 2012.Blizzards, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, icebergs, and volcanic eruptions are just some of the natural hazards found across the unique Canadian terrain. Although knowing who is charge during an incident can be a challenge under the existing polit…
 
By LYNDA ZAMBRANO, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, May 03, 2017.As in any community, a solid network of partnerships is needed to address the specific needs of its community members. Native American and Alaska Native populations span the nation, but face similar preparedness challenges. The National Tribal Emer…
 
Episode Seventeen Alpha: No Right Answers In this episode, we talk about having the right answers when it comes to decision making for your preparedness plan. The Preparedness Breakdown: www.thepreparednessbreakdown.com Email: info@thepreparednessbreakdown.com Phone: 712-600-4509 Become a Patron - Join the P-38 Club Iowa Preparedness Supply www.iow…
 
by RANDALL W. HANIFEN, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.From small fire companies covering large areas of rural land to large fire departments covering highly populated urban cities, suburban fire departments are tasked with a mixture of both. One firefighter who has spent his career in a suburban fire department shares th…
 
By W. CRAIG CONKLIN, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, August 04, 2010.In 2010, the Department of Homeland Security released two new publications to help federal officials throughout the country tighten the physical security of the office buildings, warehouses, and hundreds of thousands of other taxpayer-funded f…
 
By CAMERON W. SLOCUM & JAMES LEE WITT, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, November 10, 2010.This 2010 article describes how the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) used the lessons learned from Hurricanes Rita in 2005 and Ike in 2008 to develop an effective response and rebuilding plan that not only has been…
 
Episode Sixteen Alpha: The Bug Out Bag Craze In this episode, we talk about the Bug Out Bag and why you may or may not need one. The Preparedness Breakdown: www.thepreparednessbreakdown.com Email: info@thepreparednessbreakdown.com Phone: 712-600-4509 Become a Patron - Join the P-38 Club Iowa Preparedness Supply www.iowapreparednesssupply.com Email:…
 
In this Episode we’ll be discussing the very Canadian concept of caremongering. What is it? How did it come to be? And what does it mean for societal involvement in Emergency Management?We’ll also be sharing the story of one individual who made the transition from bystander to responder and PPE supplier for over-burdened medical facilities by re-to…
 
In this Episode, we’ll be talking about a BC initiative to streamline the rapid assessment and triage of damaged homes during disaster, in an effort to jumpstart recovery, and decrease the drain on response resources. What is it? Who can help? And is it a tool that would be useful across Canada?To answer these questions we’ll be talking with Patric…
 
In this special Emergency Preparedness Week Episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we’ll be taking a look at what Emergency Managers can learn from the field of public health, and how understanding the social determinants of health contributes to our understanding of social vulnerability.To this end we will be speaking with, Dr…
 
By JOSEPH CAHILL, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, March 08, 2006.The laws are in place but are often unenforceable. Transportation assets are available but are almost always overcommitted. Clear mandates from local, state, and federal decision-makers are obviously needed to restore order from the current chaos.…
 
By GARY SIMPSON, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, August 22, 2007.Since this article was written in 2007, major developments have been made to bridge the communication gap for emergency response agencies. However, in times of crisis, the communications between neighboring jurisdictions can still be problematic. …
 
by ADAM TAGER, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal. Each disaster a community faces must be effectively managed. By viewing each crisis as a project and each emergency manager as a project manager, communities will be better prepared to mitigate future threats, manage special events, and respond to emergencies and disasters. …
 
In this special Emergency Preparedness Week episode, we’ll hear from a panel of disaster logisticians as they recount their lived experiences managing resources during emergencies. We’ll also be exploring a very Canadian initiative to try and make the process of sourcing disaster resources a little easier called Emergency Management Logistics Canad…
 
In this Special Emergency Preparedness Week Episode, we’re talking disaster. Just disaster, because as we hope to convince you on this episode, the term ‘Natural Disaster’ is both technically incorrect, and potentially damaging. But why is that, and what can we do about it?To find out, we will be speaking with Kevin Blanchard about the #NoNaturalDi…
 
On this episode of Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast, we look back in history 119 years at the deadliest landslide in Canadian history. Why did it happen? What can we learn from it today? And will it happen again?All this and more on this episode of EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, CanadianEpisode Links:Alberta Emergency Management Ag…
 
by ASHLEIGH HOLMES , An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal. When an emergency or disaster occurs, healthcare facilities require reliable communications for ensuring the safety and well-being of those in their care. The New York City Emergency Management Department has revamped its City’s emergency radio communications program t…
 
By CATHERINE L. FEINMAN , An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, March 28, 2018.On April 12, 2022, a man in a gas mask began shooting passengers in a New York subway car. With millions of passengers traveling each day by rail and subway in the United States alone, the passenger rail industry and the communities they s…
 
By VERNON HERRON & MICHAEL VESELY , An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, July 18, 2012.The New York shooting incident in the subway demonstrates how citizen awareness campaigns are working. Passengers helped stop the bleed of shooting victims. Eye witness reports pointed police in the right direction. Alert citizens…
 
by RODNEY ANDREASEN , An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal. Active shooters and other violent incidents occur all over the country – in urban and rural areas, in big cities and small towns, in large and small facilities. Many examples demonstrate the need to understand and plan for them and the significant consequences that co…
 
Episode Fifteen Alpha: Tis the Season In this episode, we talk about some of the things that are prevalent during this time of year (Spring). The Preparedness Breakdown: www.thepreparednessbreakdown.com Email: info@thepreparednessbreakdown.com Phone: 712-600-4509 Become a Patron - Join the P-38 Club Iowa Preparedness Supply www.iowapreparednesssupp…
 
by CHANDLER LOFLAND & RAYMOND WALKER, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal. A cyberattack on water treatment plant in Florida significantly elevated sodium hydroxide levels for a brief period of time. A ransomware attack in May 2021 temporarily shut down the Colonial Pipeline. The Texas power grid is currently facing cybersecu…
 
By BARBARA REYNOLDS , An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, March 28, 2007.Crises and catastrophes are and will continue to be among the eternal verities of human life. Coping with them successfully requires effective communications – clear, concise, confident, and comforting. Leaders in Sacramento were recently chal…
 
By JORDAN SCOTT , An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, January 11, 2012.News travels fast, especially on social media. In 2012, the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) was embracing social media to better prepare its state for earthquakes. Since then, CalOES has continued to advance its effor…
 
Episode Fourteen Alpha: The Things Less Talked About In this episode, we talk about some of the prepping topics that don't get talked about as much as some of the others. The Preparedness Breakdown: www.thepreparednessbreakdown.com Email: info@thepreparednessbreakdown.com Phone: 712-600-4509 Become a Patron - Join the P-38 Club Iowa Preparedness Su…
 
by SAMBAVI JANI, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal. Experience required. Many jobs require wide-ranging qualifications and expertise to be able to apply and interview. However, people often ask, “How can I get the experience if I cannot get a job?” A great way to get “a foot in the door” is through internships, which can be…
 
By NATIONAL TRIBAL AMATEUR RADIO ASSOCIATION, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, February 14, 2018. In September 2017, the National Tribal Amateur Radio Association (NTARA) – in conjunction with the Fresno Amateur Radio Emergency Services Group and Tulare County Amateur Radio Club – set up and operated Amateur Rad…
 
By RESEARCH GROUP AT UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, An Article Out Loud Flashback from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, October 12, 2016. Recent active shooter events in multiple cities across the United States have raised concern in other communities with people wondering if their city is next. However, the phrase “It’s not if, but when” may distort ho…
 
Episode Thirteen Alpha: EDC Alternatives In this episode, we talk about some misconceptions about prepping and talk about the difference between what prepping experts may want you to believe and the reality of your own situation. The Preparedness Breakdown: www.thepreparednessbreakdown.com Email: info@thepreparednessbreakdown.com Phone: 712-600-450…
 
by BRIAN MCGINLEY, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.There are moments during a disaster that something needs to be purchased. Depending on the nature of the purchase, it could be something small, perhaps something that can be purchased with a company credit card. On the other hand, it could be a purchase for millions of do…
 
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