Marko Bourne, principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, discusses resilience in the context in emergency preparedness.
Head of the IMS programs for the Virginia Department of Fire Programs discusses the need to strengthen the resiliency of the U.S. electric power infrastructure.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security shares his perspective on public health and law enforcement’s response to Ebola.
We discuss the crucial link between training and emergency preparedness.
Here are some of the issues the emergency response community is addressing.
The end of February and beginning of March have more winter weather in store, in the form of snow and ice which will begin Friday and last through the weekend.
As Weather.com is reporting, a low pressure system that’s part of Winter Storm Remus may result in severe storms in the Southeast Wednesday afternoon through evening.
In light of recent events, the importance of patient tracking software—which allows hospitals to know which employees had contact with certain patients—is especially important.
A nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, who cared for Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, has contracted the virus, officials said on Sunday.
An Alberta Clipper is now bringing a fresh round of snow to the region to round out an already tough week of weather.
Much of the U.S. should expect extreme cold weather now through Thursday, with it continuing over the weekend.
Have you ever wondered which states are prone to the most natural disasters?