Month: June 2021

Stop The Bleed

Stop The Bleed

Media reports that there have been over 220 mass shooting in 2021. The database that tracks mass killings defines a mass shooting as a shooting with four or more deceased victims.  These attacks have occurred in workplaces, supermarkets and at public events.  Some victims that are not mortally wounded die from blood loss.  A person …

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Beat The Heat

Beat The Heat

June is the beginning of hurricane season and we are all aware of the importance of preparation.  June also marks the official start of summer and the arrival of 90+ degree days. The danger of heat-related illness can be as risky to individuals as hurricanes are to communities.  According to the Center for Disease Control …

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No Pet Left Behind

No Pet Left Behind

I love living near the coast because it allows me to go to the beach and Galveston for a day of relaxation and recreation. I hate living near the coast because of the threat of hurricanes. Once each year at the beginning of hurricane season, we’re told to check batteries, water, medications and to have …

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CRTF Meeting

CRTF Meeting

June  11th , 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Ian Feldman, CEM The mission of the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security to assist the City of Houston in its preparedness activities and to ensure that residents’ calls for emergency services are received, processed, and dispatched  as efficiently as possible. Ian Feldman, a Staff …

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