It seems that there is always something terrible to read about in the news. Each disaster is accompanied by large amounts of money that are needed to fix the problem, and it appears that the “hole” of tragedy and debt is always growing. This infographic shows the impact man-made disasters have had, and it is interesting to see that they have had a larger impact than natural disasters.
If there is one thing businesses should do this year, it is to create a disaster preparation plan. Natural disasters can take a devastating toll on a business, often times with no recovery. Disaster restoration companies can assist businesses put a solid plan in place to avoid downtime in the event of an emergency.
As hurricanes and tornadoes increase each year, so do the costs businesses face when they are hit with their devastating damage. Fortunately, there are professional disaster recovery services available to get businesses on their feet as soon as possible. From water restoration services to emergency preparedness plans, companies such as v are ready to help.
Natural disasters seem to be occurring at an alarming rate. Hurricanes, tornadoes, fires and droughts are just a few of the disasters that impact our world. These events cause catastrophic damage and untold loss every year. In the past decade, disasters have cost more than $3.4 trillion. Emergency-management-degree.org has analyzed the financial impact of these disasters, along with how many businesses and families are prepared for an emergency.
As our worlds population grows by about 70 million each year, every approaching public health crisis becomes all the more threatening. Best Public Health Schools decided to put together the following informative infographic which explores ten of the most troubling threats on the horizon, including prevention and treatment.
With 2012′s end of times deadline quickly approaching and people coming up with all sorts of crazy ideas for how the world or civilization will end, MPH Online thought this would be a good time to look at the more plausible scenarios facing mankind. Because really, who needs the Mayans when the world has so many other ways to kill us off?