Surviving Emergencies and Disasters
will always better then not Being Prepared.
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Having a well thought out plan
makes it a lot easier to make good decisions during an emergency,
especially in the mist of chaos. Having a plan also helps people to avoid being consumed by
, which could cause you to make costly mistakes and thus lower
your chances of surviving.
Disaster Distress Hotline:
is an internationally
recognized means for obtaining help. Distress signals are communicated
by transmitting radio signals
, displaying a visually observable item or
illumination, or making a sound audible
from a distance.
is the International Morse Code Distress Signal. (...- - -...)
Dot Dot Dot, Dash Dash Dash, Dot Dot Dot
is an emergency procedure word used internationally as a distress signal
in voice procedure radio communications.
Emergency Broadcast System
is a former emergency warning system used
in the United States. EBS replaced the previous CONELRAD system and was
used from 1963 to 1997, at which point it was replaced by the
Emergency Alert System
, which is a national warning system in the
United States put into place on January 1, 1997.
is any event that is, or is expected to lead to, an unstable
and dangerous situation affecting an individual, group, community, or
is a situation that poses an immediate risk to health, life, property,
or environment. Most emergencies require urgent intervention to prevent
a worsening of the situation, although in some situations, mitigation
may not be possible and agencies may only be able to offer palliative
care for the aftermath. Emergency Management
State of Emergency
alerts citizens to change their normal behavior
and orders government agencies to implement emergency plans.
is an event causing great and often sudden damage or
distress; a disaster, catastrophe, tragedy, cataclysm, adversity,
tribulation, affliction, misfortune, misadventure.
is a serious disruption of the functioning of a community or a society
involving widespread human, material, economic or environmental losses
and impacts, which exceeds the ability of the affected community or
society to cope using its own resources.
is a major adverse event resulting from natural
processes of the Earth; examples include floods, hurricanes, tornadoes,
volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other geologic processes.
A natural disaster can cause loss of life or property damage, and
typically leaves some economic damage in its wake, the severity of which
depends on the affected population's resilience, or ability to recover
and also on the infrastructure available.
When disaster strikes
it's a good idea to have a well thought
out plan. Whether it's a natural disaster, financial disaster, health
problem, war, currency collapse, or what ever the problem, changes will
happen and sacrifices will have to be made. But this doesn't mean a
catastrophic end, death or suffering, or does it mean the
End of Days
. Or does this mean that we have to resort to violence,
looting and lose control, which will just make the situation worse.
Things will only get out of control if we let them. Life always has
Cycles, we always have new obstacles, new challenges and new beginnings.
and desperation can be overwhelming, but we have the
abilities to survive if we stick together and act logical.
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describes a broad range of bad economic
conditions, ranging from a severe, prolonged depression with high
bankruptcy rates and high unemployment (such as the Great Depression of
the 1930s), to a breakdown in normal commerce caused by hyperinflation
(such as in Weimar Germany in the 1920s), or even an economically caused
sharp rise in the death rate and perhaps even a decline in population
(such as in countries of the former USSR in the 1990s). Often economic
collapse is accompanied by social chaos, civil unrest and sometimes a
breakdown of law and order. An example of an economic collapse is the
Great Depression.Financial Collapse
CollapseYou must stay calm and focus
on the plan and your responsibilities.
and worrying for they will only distract you and waste
precious time and energy. Don't ignore the children. Children must
continue to be educated and also be assured that these types of things
have happened throughout human history and that we have always found a way
to survive and recover. Use these moments to train and teach problem
solving. Children are our most reliable investment that humans have.
the leading humanitarian information source on global crises and
disasters. It is a specialized digital service of the UN Office for the
(OCHA). We provide reliable and timely
information, enabling humanitarian workers to make informed decisions and
to plan effective response. We collect and deliver key information,
including the latest reports, maps and infographics and videos from
trusted sources. ReliefWeb is also a valuable resource for job listings
and training programs, helping
new skills and discover exciting new career opportunities.
What is Survival?
is to continue to live or
exist through hardship, danger or adversity. Support oneself.
are techniques that a person may use in order to
sustain life in any type of environment. These techniques are meant to
provide basic necessities for human life which include water, food, and
is a branch of statistics for analyzing the
expected duration of time until one or more events happen, such as death
in biological organisms and failure in mechanical systems.
is a part of survival analysis. It is the percentage
of people in a study or treatment group still alive for a given period
of time after diagnosis. Survival rates are important for prognosis, but
because the rate is based on the population as a whole, an individual
prognosis may be different depending on newer treatments since the last
statistical analysis as well as the overall general health of the
Knowing how to
Fend for Yourself, or for others, is a skill that millions everyday have
is to manage without help from others. Defend oneself.
Look after and provide for oneself.
is a shorthand term that refers to a manner of
responding to challenges that requires one to have the ability to think
fast, to adapt, and to improvise when getting a job done.
But of course when we
work together as a team
our survival rate increase tremendously.
Having a good support system and a good
Network of Friends, Family and Neighbors
, people who understand that
combining efforts and working together will always be more beneficial
for everyone. And there's plenty of people, so it's just a matter of
bringing people together, like
Joining a Club
It's a good idea to have good connections
. Have a place to meet when
Safe and Well
File of Life Form
is a procedure in which two people, the "buddies",
operate together as a single unit so that they are able to monitor and
help each other.Having multiple ways to communicate
It's good to be dependent on each other instead of just the government
and people in power. It might be better to clan together with friends,
family and colleagues. Make sure you set up your own personal network
that has connections to other networks. Trust is a must, criminals are
here now and they will be around later. Trusting the wrong people could
put you at risk. Know someone who has contacts with important
services like food distribution, water, energy and so on. Start locally
with friends, family, farms, water, energy and so on.
You have to
know where your food comes from
, your options and choices? How much
of your food depends on imports and exports? What shortages will you
expect when trade is disrupted? Do you understand how a
works? Can you make bread? Can you
? How much food can you grow? Hording and stock piling food
and supplies is Ok but how will you replenish your supplies?
know where your water comes from
? Options and choices? Do you know
what contaminants are in your drinking water or rivers? Do you have
access to water testing supplies? You have to know where your energy
comes from? Options and choices?Know your workforce
. Know who's
willing to work? What skills do people have? Do people know their
responsibilities? Make sure that the people who are providing needed
services are taken care of and will not be vulnerable to criminals or
When it comes to money, it is just one of many tools
that we have. So it is a good idea to know
for acquiring needed supplies.
will always be a convenient tool as long as we use it under
different rules that will not allow it to control and manipulate people
But we must beware that criminals will try to control
money again, they murdered Lincoln for the green backs and they murdered
Kennedy too because he also wanted a national currency that would be
controlled by the people, and not by criminal organizations, of course
that's another story.Share your plan with people you want in
. Let them know the ways that they can help and what
information you will need.
Coordinating Disaster Relief Efforts
Need a Phone Number for people to
call for help and to offer services.
Notify people about the
Locations of Relief Centers.
Network Operations Center
Setup website to help coordinate
volunteers and for people to list their needs, and to List items
already donated, and to list items that are needed, like tools,
supplies, food, water and so on. Need People to Document everything.
Use all Media Outlets and Communication Tools to Transmit information Above
Are you Prepared?
What's the Plan?
refers to a very concrete research based set of
actions that are taken as precautionary measures in the face of
potential disasters. These actions can include both physical
preparations (such as emergency supplies depots, adapting buildings
to survive earthquakes and so on) and trainings for emergency
action. Preparedness is an important quality in achieving goals and
in avoiding and mitigating negative outcomes. There are different
types of preparedness, such as public health preparedness and local
emergency preparedness or snow preparedness (i.e.: Snow Preparedness
Teams - SPT), but probably the most developed type is "Disaster
Preparedness", defined by the UN as involving "forecasting and taking
precautionary measures prior to an imminent threat when advance warnings
are possible". This includes not only natural
disasters, but all kinds of severe damage caused in a relatively
short period, including warfare. Preparedness is a major phase of
emergency management, and is particularly valued in areas of
competition such as sport and military science. Methods of
preparation include research, estimation, planning, resourcing,
education, practicing and rehearsing.
Family Emergency Kit Checklist
Communication in Communities
Fire Drill is a method of practicing how a building would be
evacuated in the event of a fire or other emergency. Usually, the
building's existing fire alarm system is activated and the building
is evacuated as if the emergency had occurred. Generally, the time
it takes to evacuate is measured to ensure that it occurs within a
reasonable length of time, and problems with the emergency system or
evacuation procedures are identified to be remedied.
you have an Evacuation Plan?
Emergency Response Plans
Disaster Recovery Plan
is a documented process or set of
procedures to recover and protect a business IT infrastructure in
the event of a disaster. Such a plan, ordinarily documented in
written form, specifies procedures an organization is to follow in
the event of a disaster. It is "a comprehensive statement of
consistent actions to be taken before, during and after a disaster".
The disaster could be natural, environmental or man-made. Man-made
disasters could be intentional (for example, an act of a terrorist)
or unintentional (that is, accidental, such as the breakage of a
man-made dam). Given organizations' increasing dependency on
information technology to run their operations, a disaster recovery
plan, sometimes erroneously called a Continuity of Operations Plan
(COOP), is increasingly associated with the recovery of information
technology data, assets, and facilities.
involves a set of policies and procedures to
enable the recovery or continuation of vital technology
infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced
disaster. Disaster recovery focuses on the IT or technology systems
supporting critical business functions, as opposed to business
continuity, which involves keeping all essential aspects of a
business functioning despite significant disruptive events. Disaster
recovery is therefore a subset of business continuity.
is the emergency control of situations that may
cause the sinking of a watercraft. Examples are: Rupture of a
pipe or hull especially below the waterline and damage from
grounding (running aground) or hard berthing against a wharf.
Temporary fixing of bomb or explosive damage.
First Aid Tips
Is your Government Prepared?
Continuity of Government
is the principle of establishing
defined procedures that allow a government to continue its essential
operations in case of nuclear war or other catastrophic event.
i is the fundamental cycle of intelligence
processing in a civilian or military intelligence agency or in law
enforcement as a closed path consisting of repeating nodes. The
stages of the intelligence cycle include the issuance of
requirements by decision makers, collection, processing, analysis,
and publication of intelligence. The circuit is completed when
decision makers provide feedback and revised requirements. The
intelligence cycle is also called the Intelligence Process by the
U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the uniformed services The
intelligence cycle is an effective way of processing information and
turning it into relevant and actionable intelligence.
Incident Command System
is a standardized approach to the command,
control, and coordination of emergency response providing a common
hierarchy within which responders from multiple agencies can be
White House Situation Room
is a conference room and intelligence
management center in the basement of the West Wing of the White House.
It is run by the National Security Council staff for the use of the
President of the United States and their advisors (including the
National Security Advisor, the Homeland Security Advisor and the White
House Chief of Staff) to monitor and deal with crises at home and abroad
and to conduct secure communications with outside (often overseas)
persons. The Situation Room is equipped with secure, advanced
communications equipment for the President to maintain command and
control of U.S. forces around the world.
is the creation of plans through which
communities reduce vulnerability to hazards and cope with disasters.
Disaster management does not avert or eliminate the threats;
instead, it focuses on creating plans to decrease the effect of
disasters. Failure to create a plan could lead to human mortality,
lost revenue, and damage to assets. Events covered by disaster
management include acts of terrorism, industrial sabotage, fire,
natural disasters (such as earthquakes, hurricanes, etc.), public
disorder, industrial accidents, and communication failures.
National Intelligence Emergency Management
National Intelligence Strategy
Association of Emergency Managers
for Business & Home Safety
75w DC AC Power Inverter for Car Emergency Power
Weather Information Websites
Survival Tips and Information Websites
Driving on Flooded Streets
& Rescue Task Force
FIGHT. Surviving an Active Shooter Event
focuses on preparing equipment and
procedures for use when a disaster occurs. This equipment and these
procedures can be used to reduce vulnerability to disaster, to
mitigate the impacts of a disaster or to respond more efficiently in
Preparedness Tips for Storms and Power Outages
Winter Power Outage Tips
Hurricane Safety Tips
Emergency Supplies, Food and Water Tips from FEMA
Emergency Medical Services
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Learned - FEMA
The International Association for Disaster Preparedness and Response
DERA Online Emergency Operations Center
Disaster Center Resources
White Helmets (Syrian Civil War)
officially known as Syria Civil
Defence, is a volunteer civil defense organisation that currently
operates in parts of rebel-controlled Syria. The White Helmets should not
be confused with the Syrian Civil Defence Forces which have been a member
of the ICDO (International Civil Defence Organization) since 1972.
White Helmets website
or civil protection is an effort to protect the citizens
of a state (generally non-combatants) from military attacks and natural
disasters. It uses the principles of emergency operations: prevention,
mitigation, preparation, response, or emergency evacuation and recovery.
Programs of this sort were initially discussed at least as early as the
1920s and were implemented in some countries during the 1930s as the
threat of war and aerial bombardment grew. It became widespread after the
threat of nuclear weapons was realized.
United States Civil Defense
refers to the use of civil defense in the
history of the United States, which is the organized non-military effort
to prepare Americans for military attack. Over the last twenty years, the
term and practice of civil defense have fallen into disuse and have been
replaced by emergency management and homeland security.
Emergency Social Services
is a component of the Provincial
Emergency Program of the Province of British Columbia. ESS are those
services required to preserve the well-being of people affected by
an emergency or disaster. Teams are established in local
municipalities and assemble together for meetings and contingency
Doomsday Drill Includes Local Agencies
are measures that eliminate or reduce the impacts and
risks of hazards through proactive measures taken before an
emergency or disaster occurs.
To act in such a way as to
cause an offense to seem less serious. The action of lessening in
severity or intensity.
Hazard Mitigation Planning
is the effort to reduce loss of life
and property by lessening the impact of disasters. It is most
effective when implemented under a comprehensive, long-term
mitigation plan. State, tribal, and local governments engage in
hazard mitigation planning to identify risks and vulnerabilities
associated with natural disasters, and develop long-term strategies
for protecting people and property from future hazard events.
Mitigation plans are key to breaking the cycle of disaster damage,
reconstruction, and repeated damage.
Developing hazard mitigation plans enables state, tribal, and local
Increase education and awareness around
threats, hazards, and vulnerabilities; Build partnerships for
risk reduction involving government, organizations, businesses, and
the public; Identify long-term, broadly-supported strategies for
risk reduction; Align risk reduction with other state, tribal, or
community objectives; Identify implementation approaches that
focus resources on the greatest risks and vulnerabilities; and
Communicate priorities to potential sources of funding.
Moreover, a FEMA-approved hazard mitigation plan is a condition for
receiving certain types of non-emergency disaster assistance,
including funding for mitigation projects. Ultimately, hazard
mitigation planning enables action to reduce loss of life and
property, lessening the impact of disasters.
A new study shows natural disasters have caused more than $7 trillion and left
over eight million people dead over the past century. (many more deaths then what is reported)
Infectious Diseases Emergency Preparedness Plan
Infectious Disease Emergency Preparedness Plan (IDEPP)
Emergency Containment Plan to respond to a Virus Infection
CIDRAP - Center for
Infectious Disease Research and Policy
- Academic Health Center,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
is used to separate and restrict the movement of
persons; it is a 'state of enforced isolation'. This is often used
in connection to disease
and illness, such as those who may possibly
have been exposed to a communicable disease.
Disease Outbreak News
Health Travel Alerts
Air Quality Reports
Earth Observatory Map
Strategic National Stockpile (SNS)
has large quantities of
medicine and medical supplies to protect the American public if
there is a public health emergency.
Manufacturing Readiness Level
is a measure developed by the United States Department of Defense (DOD) to
assess the maturity of manufacturing readiness, similar to how Technology
Readiness Levels (TRL) are used for technology readiness. They can be used
in general industry assessments, or for more specific application in
assessing capabilities of possible suppliers. The Government
Accountability Office has described it as best practice for improving
acquisition outcomes. The United States Department of Defense adopted the
usage of MRLs in 2005, but the GAO continued to note inconsistent
application across DOD components. In 2011, consideration of manufacturing
readiness and related processes of potential contractors and
subcontractors was made mandatory as part of the source selection process
in major acquisition programs. MRLs are quantitative measures used to
assess the maturity of a given technology, component or system from a
manufacturing perspective. They are used to provide decision makers at all
levels with a common understanding of the relative maturity and attendant
risks associated with manufacturing technologies, products, and processes
being considered. Manufacturing risk identification and management must
begin at the earliest stages of technology development, and continue
vigorously throughout each stage of a program’s life-cycles. Manufacturing
Readiness Level definitions were developed by a joint DOD/industry working
group under the sponsorship of the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology
Panel (JDMTP). The intent was to create a measurement scale that would
serve the same purpose for manufacturing readiness as Technology Readiness
Levels serve for technology readiness – to provide a common metric and
vocabulary for assessing and discussing manufacturing maturity, risk and
readiness. MRLs were designed with a numbering system to be roughly
congruent with comparable levels of TRLs for synergy and ease of
understanding and use.
is the identification, assessment, and
prioritization of risks (defined in ISO 31000 as the effect of uncertainty
on objectives) followed by coordinated and economical application of
resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact
of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities.
Risk management’s objective is to assure uncertainty does not deflect the
endeavor from the business goals.
Operational Risk Management
is defined as a continual cyclic
process which includes risk assessment, risk decision making, and
implementation of risk controls, which results in acceptance, mitigation,
or avoidance of risk. ORM is the oversight of operational risk, including
the risk of loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes
and systems; human factors; or external events.
potential of gaining or losing something of value. Risk is the amount of
that can be expected to occur during a given time period due to specific harm
is the determination of quantitative or qualitative estimate of
risk related to a well-defined situation and a recognized threat (also called
Probabilistic Risk Assessment
is a systematic and comprehensive methodology
to evaluate risks associated with a complex engineered technological entity.
is a variable associated with either increased or decreased risk.
of the probability of an event occurring.
are risks of very bad outcomes or "high consequence", but of low
is used during risk assessment to define the various levels of risk as the
product of the harm probability categories and harm severity categories. This is
a simple mechanism to increase visibility of risks and assist management
Risk Management Tools
allow planners to explicitly address uncertainty by
identifying and generating metrics, parameterizing, prioritizing, and developing
responses, and tracking risk. These activities may be difficult to track without
tools and techniques, documentation and information systems.
Absolute Risk Reduction
is the change in the risk of an outcome of a given
treatment or activity in relation to a comparison treatment or activity. It is
the inverse of the
number needed to treat
Health Impact Assessment
is defined as "a combination of procedures,
methods, and tools by which a policy, program, or project may be judged as to
its potential effects on the health of a population, and the distribution of
those effects within the population.
is the development of
of behavior or
recommended courses of action to the leadership of an organization, based on a
wide range of available information sources both overt and covert. Assessments
are developed in response to requirements declared by the leadership in order to
inform decision making.
are casualties or destruction inflicted by the enemy that is
considered minor or tolerable.
is the process of identifying,
quantifying, and prioritizing (or ranking) the vulnerabilities in a
system. Examples of
for which vulnerability assessments are
performed include, but are not limited to, information technology
systems, energy supply systems, water supply systems
systems, and communication systems
. Such assessments may be
conducted on behalf of a range of different organizations, from
small businesses up to large regional
from the perspective of disaster management means assessing the
threats from potential hazards to the population and to
infrastructure. It may be conducted in the political, social,
economic or environmental fields. Vulnerability assessment has many
things in common with risk assessment. Assessments are typically
performed according to the following steps: Cataloging assets and
capabilities (resources) in a system. Assigning quantifiable value
(or at least rank order) and importance to those resources.
Identifying the vulnerabilities or potential threats to each
resource. Mitigating or eliminating the most serious vulnerabilities
for the most valuable resources.
refers to the inability (of a system or a unit) to
withstand the effects of a hostile environment. A window of
vulnerability (WoV) is a time frame within which defensive measures
are diminished, compromised or lacking.
is the ratio of the hazard rates corresponding to the conditions described by
two levels of an explanatory variable.
is any agent that can cause harm or damage to humans
, property, or the
is one of three main ways to quantify how strongly the presence or absence of
property A is associated with the presence or absence of property B in a given
Advanced Measurement Approach
is when banks are allowed to develop their own
empirical model to quantify required capital for operational risk.(Bad Idea)
Hierarchy of Hazard Control
is a system used in industry to minimize or
eliminate exposure to hazards.
Margin of Error
expressing the amount of random sampling error in a survey's results.
states that if an action or policy
has a suspected risk of
causing harm to the public
, or to the environment, in the absence of
scientific consensus (that the action or policy is not harmful), the
burden of proof that it is not harmful falls on those taking that action.
Process Safety Management
, promulgated by
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA). A process is any
activity or combination of activities including any use, storage,
manufacturing, handling or the on-site movement of highly hazardous
chemicals (HHCs) as defined by OSHA and the Environmental Protection
Hazard and Operability Study
is a structured and systematic
examination of a complex planned or existing process or operation in order
to identify and evaluate problems that may represent risks to personnel or
equipment. The intention of performing a HAZOP is to review the design to
pick up design and engineering issues that may otherwise not have been
found. The technique is based on breaking the overall complex design of
the process into a number of simpler sections called 'nodes' which are
then individually reviewed. It is carried out by a suitably experienced
multi-disciplinary team (HAZOP) during a series of meetings. The HAZOP
technique is qualitative, and aims to stimulate the imagination of
participants to identify potential hazards and operability problems.
Structure and direction are given to the review process by applying
standardised guide-word prompts to the review of each node. The relevant
international standard calls for team members to display 'intuition and
good judgement' and for the meetings to be held in 'a climate of positive
thinking and frank discussion'.
reduces the amount of pollution
generated by a process, whether by industry, agriculture or consumers. In
contrast to most pollution control strategies, which seek to manage a
pollutant after it is emitted and reduce its impact upon the environment,
the pollution prevention approach seeks to increase the efficiency of a
process, thereby reducing the amount of pollution generated at its source.
Although there is wide agreement that source reduction is the preferred
strategy, some professionals also use the term pollution prevention to
include pollution reduction. With increasing human population, pollution
has become a great concern. Pollution from human activities is a problem
that does not have to be inevitable. With a comprehensive pollution
prevention program, most pollution can be reduced, reused, or prevented.
The US Environmental Protection Agency works to introduce pollution
prevention programs to reduce and manage waste. Reducing and managing
pollution may decrease the number of deaths and illnesses from
aims to prevent a big play, like
a 25-yard or longer pass or run. The defense concedes short gains, such as
four to eight yards per play, as long as the clock keeps running.
COE Technologies for Law Enforcement
and Emergency Response
Tools - Technology Description
Coastal Hazards Model
(ADCIRC) Couples rain and wind forecasts
with hydrologic, storm surge, and wave models to make pinpoint
coastal flooding predictions.
Hazard Mitigation Planning
Website Interactive website gives
practitioners step-by-step guidance for developing a
FEMA-approved local hazard mitigation plan.
Assistant for Randomized Monitoring Over Routes
end users to identify vulnerabilities and assets and develop
optimal patrol schedules.
Mobile Computing Applications Platform
situational awareness, and command and control for first
responders in major emergencies.
Real-time twitter analysis
for monitoring of events.
Visual Analytics Law Enforcement Toolkit
high-volume criminal, traffic and civil incidents.
Unmanned Port Security Vessel
(UPSV) Autonomously surveys the
seabed and is a sensor platform for other optical, chemical and
environmental sensors, including real-time video.
MAGELLO User-friendly, high-resolution atmospheric and ocean data
to identify movement of spills or toxic releases in rivers,
ocean and air.
Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real Time
(AVATAR) Uses artificial intelligence and non-invasive sensors
to flag anomalous behaviors for more investigation by trained
Apps for mass-casualty preparedness
Emergency Mass Casualty Planning Scenarios
(EMCAPS 2.0 )
Emergency Response Guidebook
Mobile Emergency Response Guide
Medical Surge Capacity application
Enables real-time collection, distribution and analysis of
bio-surveillance, veterinary, emergency response and business
continuity data in one format.
Global Terrorism Database
(GTD) others GTD is the world's
largest open-source database of (110,000) terrorist events from
and 1970–2012. It is the "go-to" source for terrorism
researchers and analysts.
Video Analytic Surveillance Transition
(VAST) finds anomalies in
surveillance video in near-real-time that detect threats such as
reverse- flow, piggy-back entry, threat gestures, and flash-mobs.
First Aid Kits
Katadyn Survivor 06 Desalinator
The Solar Still Water Purification Kit
Solar Pure Water
Life Saver Water Bottle Filter Systems
First Aid Tips
First Aid Index
Wilderness First Aid
Adventure Medical Kits
Poisoning Prevention First Aid
Emergency First Response
Freedom of the Hills Deck: 52 Playing Cards
Wilderness Medicine Schools
First Aid Tips
Survival Films - Videos about Surviving
Wilderness Survival Tips : Wilderness Survival Techniques
- The Psychology of Survival
in the Siberian Wilderness for 70 Years
Psychology of Survival
Alone in Alaska
National Geographic: Live Free or Die
Man vs. Wild
Man, off the Grid
The Real Castaway
People: A Year in the Taiga (2012)
From iconic filmmaker
Werner Herzog, Happy People: A Year in the Taiga journeys deep
into the Siberian wilderness, following veteran trappers through
the Taiga's four seasons to tell the incredible story of a
society untouched by modernity. Aired: 11/15/2012 |
1 hr. 34 min.
Travel Magazines - Travel Books
Outdoor Travel Movies
Wilderness Survival Tips - Survival Knowledge
Midwest Native Skills Institute
Expert Survival Tips
is the fascinating world of Appalachian pioneer folk.
Disasters Websites and Information
Severe Weather Warning
Specific Area Message
Encoding & NOAA Reception
Weather Info Websites
SAS Survival Guide App (iOS, Android; $5.99)
first aid and extreme climate survival.
is a popular term for wilderness
survival skills that include firecraft, tracking, hunting, fishing,
shelter-building, navigation by natural means, the use of tools such as
knives and axes, foraging, water sourcing, hand-carving wood, container
construction from natural materials, and rope and twine-making, among
is a competitive, co-ed
intercollegiate sport in the United States, Canada and elsewhere based on
various skills traditionally part of forestry educational and technical
is a movement of individuals or
groups (called survivalists or preppers) who are actively preparing for
emergencies, including possible disruptions in social or political order,
on scales from local to international. The words prepper and prep are
derived from the word prepare. Survivalists often acquire emergency
medical and self-defense training, stockpile food and water, prepare to
become self-sufficient, and build structures (e.g., a survival retreat or
an underground shelter) that may help them survive a catastrophe.
Survival Outdoor Skills
Tips on Survival
Travel Tips - Travel Advice
The National Preppers and Survivalists Expo
Steve Brill Foraging
Insects and Bugs
Wild Life Management
are enzymes that release fatty acids from the second
carbon group of glycerol. This particular phospholipase specifically
recognizes the sn-2 acyl bond of phospholipids and catalytically
hydrolyzes the bond releasing arachidonic acid and lysophosphatidic acid.
Upon downstream modification by cyclooxygenases, arachidonic acid is
modified into active compounds called eicosanoids. Eicosanoids include
prostaglandins and leukotrienes, which are categorized as
is an inhibitor of the IIa, V, and X isoforms of secretory phospholipase
A2 (sPLA2). The molecule acts as an anti-inflammatory agent by disrupting
the first step of the arachidonic acid pathway of inflammation. From 2006
to 2012, varespladib was under active investigation by Anthera
Pharmaceuticals as a potential therapy for several inflammatory diseases,
including acute coronary syndrome and acute chest syndrome. The trial was
halted in March 2012 due to inadequate efficacy.
North American Society of Toxinology
Survival and Self Reliance
are rectangular pieces of cloth that
are worn wrapped around the feet to avoid chafing, absorb sweat and
improve the foothold. Footwraps were worn with boots before socks became
widely available, and remained in use by armies in Eastern Europe until
the beginning of the 21st century.
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Survival Skills are not just knowing how
to survive in the woods by yourself, survival skills are more
about having extensive Knowledge and information about yourself
and the world around you.
Knowing how to survive in the woods
is one thing, knowing how to survive in life is another.
is the necessary information and knowledge that is needed to
survive in the 21st century?
You have to ask yourself, is my
current school providing me with the necessary information and
knowledge that is needed to survive in the 21st century? Do you
know what questions to ask and when to ask them?
Basic Knowledge 101.com
Falling through Ice
minute to get control of your breathing
Ten minutes of
meaningful movement. One hour before you become unconscious.
Slow your breath
Once your core body temperature
drops to 95
degrees Fahrenheit, you will be officially hypothermic.
Below 86 degrees, you
will probably be unconscious, but not necessarily lifeless.
People have been
successfully revived from frigid states as low as 56.7 degrees,
a temperature at which bodies exhibit
the clinical signs of death, including no pulse or breathing.
MRE - Meals Ready to Eat
New Earth MRE
1 Years worth of Freeze-Dried and Dehydrated
How to Make Fire by Rubbing Sticks
Snow and Winter Survival
Mountain Survival Books