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Public Health Surveillance Webinar

EPA’s Water Security Division is hosting a webinar entitled, “Public Health Surveillance (PHS) for Determining Drinking Water Contamination.  PHS involves the analysis of public health data to detect and increase in disease or illness in a community and an investigation to determine whether the increase in illness may be due to drinking water contamination. 72 more words


Project Noah: Alternatives to Toilet Paper

There is a whole movement out there to decrease dependency on the grocery store.  I wholeheartedly support the movement but there are just somethings I can’t or won’t give up.   482 more words

Running The Household

EPA WSD Shares Two New Products

Build Field Capabilities for Drinking Water Contamination

Be better prepared to perform field response activities in a drinking water contamination emergency. This document provides planning and implementation guidance, templates, customizable report forms, and other documentation for basic and advanced field response activities. 117 more words


New Water Resilience Tool Webinar

DATE:              May 3, 2017

TIME:               1:00-2:00PM (eastern)

REGISTER:      Click here to register

Tune in to hear more about EPA’s new tool, the Route to Resilience. The tool helps utilities become more resilient to all-hazards and is built around five stops; assess, plan, train, respond and recover. 31 more words


10 Items to Barter When SHTF

Whether it’s total economic collapse or a natural disaster, people are going to need goods and chances are most of them will not have what they need saved away. 1,199 more words

Basic Preparedness

Project Noah: How Much Toilet Paper

One thing I love about the internet is that usually I am not the first person to ask a question and with careful searching I can find an answer.   427 more words

Running The Household

DHS Hosts National Cyber Incident Response Plan Webinars

You are invited to attend any one of four webinars hosted by DHS to learn more about and share your thoughts on the newly released National Cyber Incident Response Plan (NCIRP).  322 more words