Google lists 162 million references to the word emergency, which means different things to different people and affects virtually everyone at some point.
Yet, poor emergency preparation and response to crises like swine flu, earthquakes or terrorist attacks can result in many preventable injuries and deaths. This is how Emergencyland can help.
Firefighters, police, EMTs, nurses, doctors and others involved in disaster preparedness and management use the Internet via social media like twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc. to share and disseminate safety information. The public also turns to the Internet and more specifically to social media like twitter to find out how to protect themselves and to help in disasters. A key example is the recent earthquake in Haiti. Thatís terrific, but the Internet was lacking a central collaborative one stop shop where emergency personnel and the public can share, learn and exchange information. This is why Emergencyland was created.
Here, emergency personnel and the general public can find documents, photos, videos, articles, research, products and much more at the click of a mouse instead of surfing from one site to the next. Safety professionals can network through a forum, media can locate experts and anyone can find just about everything needed to prepare for and work through a disaster. We welcome your thoughts and ideas because this is where you and public safety come first.
Welcome to Emergencyland!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 866-802-8064