Evers How to Handle a Crisis Even When You’re Terrified is written for civilians without emergency training, that desire to be prepared in the event help may not be immediately available. Included in this handy book is basic common sense information for individuals, families, students and businesses that are concerned about personal safety, soaring crime, global threats and police and emergency services layoffs.
Evers How to Handle a Crisis Even When You’re Terrified is loaded with procedures for dealing with natural and manmade disasters, terrorism, nuclear, biological, chemical and medical emergencies, automobile accidents, active shooters, missing children, crime and other emergencies. In addition to chapters on how to prepare for a disaster, there are chapters on travel, hotel and aircraft safety, preventing ID theft, sheltering in place, emergency food and water as well as how to prepare for a disaster.
This 160 page book also includes an extensive up-to-date first aid chapter that has protocols for not only common medical emergencies including fractures, heart attacks, strokes, bites, stings and poisonings, it also contains protocols for emergencies not normally found in civilian books like blast injuries, childbirth, influenza and puncture wounds.
A crisis can happen when you least expect it. Be prepared for the unexpected with Evers How to Handle a Crisis Even When You’re Terrified.