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What You Should Know Before Going Camping

What You Should Know Before Going Camping

Going on a camping trip is a great way to enjoy nature. Being properly prepared allows you to relax and have a better experience. Consider the following tips from Protect Life survival experts to help guide you: Campsite Whether you will be staying in a pup tent or a large RV, there are things to keep in mind when setting up camp. o Decide when and where you want to go. Reserve your campsite if necessary. o If you have new equipment, practice setting it up before you go. Keep the instructions with the equipment just in case you forget...

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Responding to Workplace Emergencies

Responding to Workplace Emergencies

Even if nobody expects emergency or even disasters in an office, however, it can strike suddenly, without warning, no matter the place, the people or the timing. This is why all employers are obliged to establish some active management systems to ensure the health and protection of their employees and prepare each of them to handle the general and even job-related emergencies before they arise. Workplace emergency planning The role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is to establish the standard for small and big companies alike and to prevent loss of human lives. This is why every...

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Safety Tips for People Who Live Near a Volcano

Safety Tips for People Who Live Near a Volcano

It is estimated that approximately 600 million people worldwide live near one or more volcanoes. In the United States, there are about 169 volcanoes that have a history of erupting. About 60 of them are found in sparsely populated areas of Alaska. But other volcanic regions, like the Cascade Mountain range in Washington State, Oregon and California, are located near heavily populated cities. And the entire state of Hawaii is composed of islands formed by volcanic mountains, about half of which are still active. People who live in or near volcanic regions need to plan and prepare for the possibility...

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Preparing for Disaster

Preparing for Disaster

When emergencies occur, you may need to survive on your own. This means that you cannot rely then on yourself for at least three or four days; this is why survival experts recommend that you should have enough supplies to last a week. Although different authorities and emergency services will be on the scene after a disaster, they cannot reach everyone immediately. You could get help in hours, or it might take days. Also, basic services we are used with such as gas, electricity, water and sewage treatment and even phone signal can be cut off for many days and...

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First Aid for Cats and Dogs

First Aid for Cats and Dogs

What should you do when your pet needs first aid as soon as possible, and you are far away from a veterinarian? Our first aid experts teamed with a team of veterinarians which helped us identify the most common emergencies and gave us some quick tips you can use for handling different emergency ailments before you bring your pet into a veterinarian. Post this list in an easy-to-find place and refer to it in an emergency. All these procedures are meant to help you stabilize your pet in a medical emergency, and are not a substitute for proper veterinary assessment...

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