Emergency Management Preparedness and Safety in Natural Disaster Response
Posted by ermcglobal on October 9th, 2013
Now is the season of hurricanes and tornados in Canada and the season lasts from June to November. For those who have lived in Canada for a while are well aware of the experiences. It is a fact that most of the tornadoes have occurred in southern Canada and the United States. Though tornadoes are popular to strike with little or no warning, you can take certain precautionary measures and involve in emergency preparedness Canada.
The region of Canada is susceptible to tornadoes and hurricanes, natural disasters can strike anytime, anywhere. Thus the key for effective and safe response is emergency management preparedness. With proper preparation one can help everyone involved to maintain physical, emotional, and mental health throughout the process of response and recovery.
The effects of a tornado can be devastatingly real as tornadoes are violent windstorms generally characterized by funnel-shaped clouds, usually come in thunderstorms from cumulonimbus clouds. As the narrow end of the tornado touches the earth it is often encircled by a cloud of debris that it picks up as it moves along. According to weather experts tornadoes have a normal tendency to rotate counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere. Technically speaking for a vortex to be termed as a tornado, it must be in contact with both the ground and the cloud base.
Moreover tornados are also commonly called as twisters or dust devils or even as cyclones. When a tornado occurs over water is defined simply as a waterspout. Tornadoes come in many shapes, sizes and colors. Tornadoes generally travel a few miles before dissipating. Tornadoes are known to have varied colors such as grey, white, black, red, blue, yellow, orange, pink, or nearly invisible depending on the environment and time of day in which they are formed. If you witness a tornado at night it is usually illuminated by frequent lightning. In event of a tornado obscured by heavy rain, hail or dust especially very dangerous and difficult to see requires emergency preparedness Canada services.
There are definite precautions and preventative measures that can be taken to increase the chances of surviving a tornado. But as an emergency situation develops it is important to react quickly, calmly and in a controlled manner. ERMC provides user friendly and concise emergency planning that cover the major elements of an emergency management system.Also See: Preparedness Canada, Management Preparedness, Emergency Management, Windstorms Generally, Tornadoes, Tornado, Emergency
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