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History of Emergency Alert Communication Systems

Communication methods have evolved significantly as technology has advanced over decades and even centuries.

Railroads: Emergency Communications, Histories and Hobbies

Over the decades, trains and how they are routed have changed greatly, and today, modern technology has enhanced communication on the tracks.

Classroom and School Emergency Preparedness

Serious emergencies can arise at any time. From natural disasters like floods, fires, or earthquakes to human-created emergency situations, it's important that everyone knows what to do in order to ensure their own safety.

Mold, Air and Other Hidden Indoor Dangers

Home hazards such as mold, carbon monoxide, radon, and other hidden dangers are not as apparent. These are hazards that are not easy to detect.

eBook: Wildfires and Mudslides (A/A test – Delete)

Learn how to protect your organization from wildfires and mudslides with the expert advice in our new eBook.

Family Guide to Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane season is the particular time in the calendar when hurricanes, tropical storms and tropical depressions are most likely a threat to hit land.

A Kids Guide to Disaster Preparedness

Nature can be very dangerous. The forces of nature, like the rain and wind, can hurt people and destroy things. When this happens, it's called a natural disaster.

Preparing for Terrorism: A Guide For Emergency Readiness

Ever since the 9/11 attacks, terrorism has been at the forefront of the minds of people everywhere.

Disaster Preparedness: Wireless Emergency Alerts Explained

The Wireless Emergency Alert system (WEA), also called the Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS) and Personal Localized Alerting Network (PLAN), is a network of notifications sent to mobile devices to warn the public about threats to public safety or missing persons in the vicinity.

Helpful Communication Habits and Practices for Families During Natural Disasters

Natural disasters are frightening and unpredictable, and most of us would like to avoid even thinking about them and the chaos they can cause.

Business Cybersecurity Preparedness: Improvements and Best Practices

Maintaining cybersecurity is crucial, and having a contingency plan is an integral part of business preparedness.

A Comprehensive Guide for Fire Prevention and Safety

In the United States, home fires claim the lives of an average of seven people a day. Fortunately, in most cases, fires are preventable.

Storm and Emergency Safety Guide for Kids

When a storm becomes strong enough, a state of emergency may be declared. During weather emergencies, it is important to have a plan to keep you and your family safe.

Church Emergency Preparedness Resources

As useful as the Internet is, it can also be a dangerous place for people of all ages. That's why it's important to know safety rules that can help you protect yourself online.

Emergency Internet Safety For Kids

Using the Internet can be very fun. You can surf the Web as you do schoolwork, you can play games online, and you can stay connected with friends and family.

Amateur Radio and Emergency Communications

Disasters in remote places have historically involved amateur radio operators. These "hams" have stepped in to provide assistance when other forms of communication fail.

First Aid and Disaster Safety for People with Special Needs

Individuals with disabilities or special needs will need to take steps to ensure their safety by being prepared to respond appropriately in an emergency or natural disaster.

Emergency Preparedness Plan for Pets

Pets are often unequipped to protect themselves in an emergency situation and need our help to make sure they make it through safely.

Disaster Safety for Seniors

Although emergency preparedness is important for all people, seniors should take extra measures to ensure that they are ready for when emergencies strike.

Planning for Business Emergencies: Data Breaches Explained

Businesses face a number of potential emergencies that threaten their bottom line or even their survival.

Winter Weather Warnings: Do You Know The Lingo?

Familiarize yourself with the National Weather Service’s three main winter weather alerts and their definitions.

Emergency Preparedness System for Companies: What To Look For

AlertFind's emergency preparedness system helps organization send critical alerts during any disaster.

What Is A Mass Notification System?

Mass notification systems enable businesses to maintain organization-wide communication during emergencies.

3 Steps Every Business Should Take To Prevent A Flu Pandemic

Meg Nash, MPH, discusses the three pandemic prevention tips companies should follow to keep employees safe.

Will The Next Pandemic Be A Flu Variant?

Public health expert Meg Nash, MPH, discusses flu variants and why experts think they’ll be the next pandemic.

The Best Office Modifications To Make To Stop The Flu

Strong flu prevention programs should include three key office modifications in addition to education.

3 HR Policies Your Business Needs For Flu Prevention

Flu season is here. Update your company's sick policy to support your flu prevention program.

Why Flu Shots Are An Organization’s Best Defense

Don’t let the flu cost your business millions in lost productivity. Learn how to protect your organization.

Don’t Let These Common Issues Derail Your Training Exercises

Prevent the common training exercise problems that can derail your organization's emergency preparedness plan.

Who Should Be On Your Training Exercise Team?

There are three key training exercise roles that every team needs: observer, scribe and videographer.

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