Tip of the Day – Impending Disasters Leave Clues

Impending disasters and emergencies leave clues prior to striking. Disasters and emergencies can be predicted in many cases. From heart attacks, car accidents to hurricanes clues can be analyzed to help us prevent negative outcomes. It is important that we learn or expose ourselves to life saving information. It is far cheaper to learn to avoid disasters and emergencies than to suffer them and recover from them.

Take the time to learn about disasters and emergencies by conducting a risk assessment. Learn about the incidents you, your family and business are exposed to and learn about the clues they give off before they occur.

Take the time to learn more about preparedness activities. If you need preparedness training or would like to have a preparedness discussion for your employees or community checkout my website http://www.ejones224.moonfruit.com (Systems Emergency Preparedness Consultants) and contact me via email at sysmanemerconsult@aol.com for a free consultation.

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About managingemergencies

I am a professional consultant with 30 years of experience in managing emergencies. My background and skills gave me the foundation to start Systems Emergency Preparedness Consultants. If you need preparedness training or would like to have a preparedness discussion for your employees contact me via email at sysmanemerconsult@aol.com. I held various positions in the Prince George's County Fire/EMS Department until I retired in 2007. As a emergency planner and trainer in the Prince George's County Office of Homeland Security I planned exercises and training for government agencies and citizens groups. I was appointed Fire Chief of the Prince George's County Fire/EMS Department in 2009. I started Systems Emergency Preparedness Consultants in June of that year. I had the opportunity to become the Assistant Fire Chief - Operations of the District of Columbia Fire/EMS Department and served for a year as the Interim Fire Chief. I am a trained mediator, mediator team leader and trainer. I also served as the Fire/EMS Department Equal Employment Opportunity Officer.
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