One Book That Can Save A Life

Bayfield, CO (PressExposure) October 27, 2011 -- "How to Handle a Crisis" is a compact personal and business reference that provides succinct, easy to follow emergency protocols for virtually all types of incidents and accidents.

In most emergencies, people often don't know how to respond. How to Handle a Crisis walks you through almost every conceivable crisis. Even if emergency personnel are on the way, minutes often count. There is often much that can be done in a crisis to mitigate damage or injuries. There are some situations where help is hours or days away. Disasters like blizzards, floods and earthquakes and emergencies like riots and terrorist threats require the proper response. The difference between a safe resolution and an ongoing disaster is almost always directly related to your level of preparedness. Just having the information available is a big step toward being prepared. The book features chapters on active shooters, bomb threats, HazMat spills, IED's, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear threats, decontamination, suicide bombers, natural disasters including earthquakes, tornadoes, winter storms, heat waves, floods, tsunamis, fires and more.

How to Handle a Crisis also features post disaster checklists, info on sheltering in place, acquiring emergency food and water and how to cope with a traumatic event as well as protocols for traveling including auto accidents, hotel, travel and aircraft safety and counter terrorism tips. An extensive first aid chapter covers all common injuries as well as procedures not found in most manuals such as bomb blast and gunshot injuries, childbirth, new CPR and more. From a missing child to a chemical spill and everything in-between, "How to Handle a Crisis" is the only book you will want at home, work, school and in your vehicles. Over 150 pages of easy to read information to help get you through an emergency and is available at Amazon or at

Press Release Submitted On: October 27, 2011 at 9:21 pm
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