How do you prepare for a disaster in your living and work environment?
Prepare for when critical infrastructure on a regional, national or international level shuts down for more than 72 hours
What do you do when the critical infrastructure goes down, the power goes out for more than 72 hours, no running water comes out of the tap , the payment system stops and the supply of supermarkets comes to a standstill? Our society is one of the best organised in the world. We consider clean drinking water, full shelves, a well maintained road network, medical facilities and public safety as a matter of course. Even when we go on vacation, we expect we can count on this. But this is often not the case in many other countries.
When the critical infrastructure fails for more than 72 hours, due to for example extreme weather conditions, electromagnetic disturbances, floods, industrial disasters, terrorist attacks or (civil) war, chaos ensues. The emergency communication fails within hours and millions of people in densely populated urban areas will be deprived of the bare necessities of life. Emergency services will use their equipment and manpower for the most crucial junctions in society. This means that you suddenly depend on yourself and each other.
What are you going to do?
In a four-hour course, participants receive practical advise how to prepare for this and what actions you need to take to protect yourself and your loved ones.
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