In the panhandle of Florida, and elsewhere, communities are working hard to return to normalcy after Hurricane Michael struck about two weeks ago. The damage is now estimated at more than $8 billion, though nothing matters more than the loss of life, of course. At Findlay All Hazards we think of how businesses work to

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Here in Ohio, we deal with a consistent threat of serious impact from bad weather. Like the rest of the Midwest, we think about the consequences of snow and ice in the winter, and flash floods, tornadoes, and extreme heat in the summer months. And as some locals say, “Spring and fall ain’t always picnics,

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The new year is here, and for much of the country, 2018 enters with an icy greeting. Much of the country has been gripped by bitterly cold temperatures and heavy and continuous snowfall (in record levels in some places). The remainder of this week, as people return to work, is expected to bring similar weather-related

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The recent hurricanes that have severely impacted the Southeastern United States, and the wildfires that continue to cripple the west, focus our first concern on the lives of the people who have lost property and worse in the fury and wake of these natural disasters. Lives always count the most, and sparing everyone from injury

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Lately, Findlay All Hazards project managers have remarked on the number of requests for fire response training workshops. Several EHS professionals have recently inquired about their need for an effective in-house training workshop that assures that employees can control small fires, and that they know how to protect themselves and others regardless of whether the

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Across the country this last week, communities have suffered from flooding. Here, in Findlay, Ohio, we’ve seen our local community brought to stand still as the Blanchard River (just a few blocks from the Findlay All Hazards offices) crested at 16 and ½ feet – the fifth highest crest since local record-keeping began. As you

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Last week, we wrote about the importance of getting senior management support for Crisis Management planning. This week, we’re highlighting a recent article about disaster preparation for medical facilities, as we think the learning points transfer nicely to other venues. Findlay All Hazards offers numerous workshops for Public Health Administrators and Medical First Receivers. And, even

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Today, March 14, 2017, is just “one of those days” for much of the US. A day we looked forward to when we were younger is now a day we grapple with in our working years: A snow day. At the time of writing, the northeast corner of our country is expecting a monumental late-winter

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