The winter may not have officially started, but consistent storms may be an indicator of what local governments can expect in the coming months.
Communication across many mediums greatly reduced the number of lives taken during a storm in November.
FEMA is working on updating flood maps all over the United States, the agency recently assessed Boston’s maps.
Residents in western Alaska are running out of resources because a string of winter storms knocked out electricity and freshwater.
Typhoon Haiyan heavily impacted the lives of many Filipino residents, as many as 10,000 people are estimated to have died from the storm’s impact last Friday.
More than 900 responders participated in Utah’s largest mass shooting tabletop exercise in October.
Residents may know about the dangers associated with traveling along Interstate 10 during a dust storm, but measures can be taken to benefit other individuals as well.
The 2013 Federal Signal Public Safety Survey found that emergency departments experience difficulty finding ways to reach a large population of residents before a severe storm occurs.
Schools should have their own continuity of operations plan in place in the wake of natural disasters and unexpected dangers.
An Australian study found that many communities are inadequately prepared for the short- and long-term effects of natural disasters, which could impact the overall recovery process for up to five years.