Journal of Civil Defense 2016, Volume 49, Issue 1, “Fire Safety and Survival”

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Learn about fire prevention and elimination,  fire response, fire alarm equipment, and fire detection products and more!

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Fire Safety and Survival

Learn about fire prevention and elimination,  fire response, fire alarm equipment, and fire detection products.

There are over 360,000 house fires in the US every year with a substantial number of injuries and deaths. Eighty percent of the deaths and injuries occur in residential structures, with most of those fatalities occurring while those people are asleep.

We can reduce the risk of death or injuries by fire through understanding how and where fires start and how to prevent the fires and ensure prompt notification if a fire occurs.

In this Journal of Civil Defense, learn how to survive and prevent fires, as well as using alternative forms of energy to charge alternative forms of energy! This issue also covers terrorist bombing attacks, food and water storage, allergies and more!

IN THIS ISSUE:

3 Fire, Safety and Survival – The Real Risks of Fire
By Jay Whimpey, PE

6 Everyone’s Allergic to Something!
by Cynthia J. Koelker, M.D.

10 Disasters Much Bigger than San Bernardino: What Candidates Need to Talk About

By Jane M. Orient, M.D.

12 Letter to a Client: Flat Topped Steel Shelters
By Paul Seyfried www.utahsheltersystems.com

13 How to Survive a Bombing
By Colonel Jim Smith, MSS, CLEE, CPC, NRP, FABCHS

16 Charging Shelter Batteries with Grid Power
By Paul Seyfried & Sharon Packer

17 Rolling Up the ISIS Tactical Use of Social Media
By Bruce Curley

19 Tactical Medicine Essentials: What You Need to Know to Survive
By Colonel Jim Smith, MSS, CLEE, CPC, NRP, FABCHS

21 Building Your Rainy Day Food Storage Fund
By Debbie Kent

23 Our 2nd Amendment and the Current Election Season
By John Farnum

24 Don’t Forget the Gloves!
By Kylene Anne Jones

25 Water From Thin Air
By Jay Whimpey, P.E.

26 Wheat Wheat Everywhere and Not a Grain to Eat!
Or Overcoming Gluten Intolerance
By Kyle Christensen, DC, ND, MH

31 Letter from a New Member
By S. L. Thompson

32 Our Chicken Orchard – A Sustainable Food Source
By Jonathan and Kylene Jones

Related Content:

Journal of Civil Defense 2006, Volume 39, Issue 4, “Alternative Energy”

Journal of Civil Defense 2015, Vol. 49, Issue 2, Grid Down

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × 0.19 in

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