Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Noah's Wish Disaster Response Training

In the current issue of CityDog Magazine, we include a piece on what to do when disaster strikes. Now you can take it one step further by becoming part of a skilled and professional animal disaster response team by attending a two-day training program that simulates what disaster response is all about, hosted by Noah's Wish. You will learn about search and rescue techniques, safety in a disaster environment, animal intake processes, disaster information on earthquakes and hurricanes, and much more!

When: May 15-16, 2010
Where: 50810 SE Grouse Ridge Rd., North Bend Wash.
Cost for new volunteers: $125; returning volunteers, students and seniors: $85

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1 comment:

tonyb said...

I hope this helps. When it comes to our property, what do we expect in case of loss (hurricane, tornado, earthquake, flood, fire, etc.)? The disaster itself is news. What happens after the dust settles is the story: the aftermath shock. With a little curiosity you can mitigate that shock.

Here is something disaster workers, authorities and the public should know. Insurance policyholders, and more importantly disaster survivors, need to be informed of access to equality--basic rights and information. The internet reaches far more people than anyone would have ever imagined, though difficult to gather those willing to pause, to inspect, to think on their own. And yet, much is available gratis! It just takes looking: