Beware the night shifts!

Beware the night shifts!

August 7, 2013

Night shifts in the Emergency Department are not just shifts when it’s dark outside. They are wrought with risk. Thanks to the folks over at RN Central for this eye-opening infographic. Source

Social media & Emergency response

Social media & Emergency response

May 21, 2013

INFOGRAPHIC: Social media & Emergency response. Published at MASHABLE. This infographic made it to 10 Beautiful Social Media Infographics list on Mashable!!! http://mashable.com/2011/06/21/best-social-media-infographics/#view_as_one_page-gallery_box1593 Source

Social Media and Emergency Response

Social Media and Emergency Response

March 8, 2013

Social media has made itself useful in various ways but what if social media could actually help in situations where lives are on the line? This infographic looks at how social media can be used in emergency response situations when people need to be able to communicate and lives are on the line.

In Case of Emergency, Use Social Media

In Case of Emergency, Use Social Media

August 31, 2012

From hurricanes and floods to earthquakes and wildfires, natural disasters affect the United States every year. When it comes to being prepared for a disaster there are a number of basic items to include in your emergency kit, like water, food and a battery-powered or hand crank radio. However, armed with your smartphone and a […]

Stormy Weather: Are Americans Financially Prepared For a Rainy Day?

Stormy Weather: Are Americans Financially Prepared For a Rainy Day?

July 25, 2012

The start of a new year is the quintessential time to roll out a fresh financial plan. One of the more overlooked necessities of financial planning is the rainy day fund. Experts recommend you have at least six months of easily-accessible savings set aside in the case of an emergency. learn how Americans are doing […]

Nuclear power plants & emergency planning zones in US

Nuclear power plants & emergency planning zones in US

June 1, 2012

The radii represent the areas in case of a radiological incident. The emergency planning zones (EPZ) represent the radius of impact from a possible radiological incident. Source