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Close Before You Dose
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CLOSE BEFORE YOU DOZE

Jerry Dilliard, Public Information Officer with the Atascocita Fire Department, shared this safety gem written by Carrie Whitney, PhD.  Many of us may still not

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LEARNING FROM PAST LESSONS
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LEARNING FROM PAST LESSONS

Comprehensive emergency management requires “all hazard” or “multi-hazard” planning.  This approach considers all known hazards and the interrelations between these hazards.  The emergency may be

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Heat Stroke In Dogs
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Heat Stroke in Dogs

If the temperature is oppressive to you, it is oppressive to your dog. July has been wetter and cooler than normal, but we all know

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Stop The Bleed
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Stop The Bleed

Friday, July 9th – 1:30pm to 2:30pm Whether due to an auto accident, a kitchen incident or another event resulting in severe injury, a person

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Stop The Bleed
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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

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No Pet Left Behind
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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

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CRTF Meeting
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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

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HURRICANE SEASON
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HURRICANE SEASON:

JUNE 1 – NOVEMBER 30.2021 Now is the time for all of us to be well prepared for hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric

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The Road To Recovery
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The Road To Recovery

Are we there yet? Recovery, the phase of the COVID -19 pandemic that we have all been waiting for, appears to be underway in the

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