Emergency Alert System

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  • Urgent Care Hospital Case Study

    Who wants to expose their loved ones to the overwhelming, chaotic emergency room? Watching significant people in your life critically hurt, or even indisposed can be a very stressful situation to deal with, especially if you are waiting for hours in an emergency room to even see a physician, or even get an update. This is why Urgent Care Centers are beginning to partner up with local hospitals in order to fulfill the important needs of patients with non-life-threatening injuries, rather than…

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  • Analysis Of Midnight's Children

    by the partition of India and Pakistan and the partition of Pakistan and Bangladesh. “Midnight’s Children” creatively captures the disparity between the rich and the poor; the violence that trembled from the Indo-Pakistani wars; and the State of Emergency that Indira Gandhi brought upon the nation. This paper is divided into five parts: I. a summary of the film, II. how the lives of Saleem and Shiva mirror the disparity between the people of the nation; III. the Indo-Pakistani wars, IV. the…

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  • The Importance Of Scuba Diving

    there are also other jobs such as the Underwater Search and Rescue Team, and also the jobs that it takes to develop all of the equipment. The public safety diving professionals or the Underwater Search and Rescue Team are available to respond to emergencies at any time, and more often than not the professional underwater divers are required to work through bad weather, at night, and even in water that has been contaminated by hazardous materials. These divers can “recover evidence in a way that…

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  • Case Study: Passive Fire Protection System

    Passive fire protection system 1. Fire emergency exit and staircase An emergency exit an doorway out of a building that is designated for use in an emergency (Collinsdictionary.com, 2018). This is a special exit when you have emergencies, for example a fire. The combined use of special and regular exits allows for faster evacuation, while it provides an alternative if the route to the regular exit is blocked by fire. The qualifications for an emergency exits includes the location must be in a…

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  • Business Continuity Measures

    Business Continuity 1. Natural Disaster Measures: Controls: In the event of an earthquake that measures 5-upper or higher on the seismic intensity scale in Japan or other natural disasters that cause heavy damage to Nissan’s business activities, A first response team that is organized by the main units of the global disaster headquarters will gather information and decide those action that need to be taken on the basis of the information. If it so necessitates, the Global Disaster HQ and…

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  • Emergency Physician Career Paper

    are being completely honest the career I had in mind at the beginning of the year was not exactly an emergency physician, it was actually a nuclear and radiological engineer. While yes engineering more closely matches my personality type and newly sparked interest, the title of emergency physician still very much intrigued me. Even though I am still torn between the two I have chosen the Emergency Physician career to further explore in depth. Growing up I always thought I would later pursue a…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Richard Halsey's Fire In Los Angeles Times

    Since April, California has had a harsh season for wildfires. The largest of which have only started in the past month or two. Together, the Thomas fire in Ventura county and the Creek fire in Los Angeles county damaged or destroyed at least 1,547 homes and injured at least 4 firefighters. Richard Halsey uses the Los Angeles Times’ platform to get his opinion of the fires’ source across to California residents. He first points out some of the causes people are pointing to. Next, he looks into…

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  • Emergency Management Challenges

    There are many potential challenges to be faced by the field of emergency management in the ever changing and growing world we live in today. Haddow, Bullock, and Coppola share their top five challenges for emergency management as leadership, funding, federal recovery assistance programs, partnerships, and communications and information management (2013). All of these areas are vitally important to the current field and future of emergency management, and must continue to be improved upon…

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  • Superdome Essay

    A Ghastly Home under the Superdome New Orleans, a lively city on the coast of Louisiana, was devastated by a level five hurricane on August 29 of 2005. Its name was Hurricane Katrina, and it wreaked havoc across the New Orleans area. Thousands of lives were lost, and thousands more lives were devastated and crumbled. Although many protective shelters were put into effect, they did not properly prepare for the storm. An example of this would be the Superdome, which was used in major natural…

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  • Vulnerability Assessment

    Assessments Introduction Everyone has a part in emergency management, and emergency management begins with the vulnerability assessment. Organizations can contribute to the vulnerability assessment by abiding by McGrady and Blanke’s 12 Best Practices (McGrady & Blanke, 2004). These best practices create a prepared and resilient business that will not only make the job of the vulnerability assessment team easier, but will set an example to the community of emergency preparedness. The 12 Best…

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