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Security & Situational Awareness (Level 2 Preparedness)

Security & Situational Awareness (Level 2 Preparedness)

My hypothetical for level 2 preparedness is being prepared for 1 month of disruption. That includes electrical grid down for 2 to 4 weeks. Your personal safety and security becomes a increasing concern as time marches on during the event. The longer the duration the higher the risk in this regard. Certainly this risk will…

Situational Awareness & Background Noise — Use Your Ears!

Situational Awareness & Background Noise — Use Your Ears!

Your ears are a very important asset to situational awareness! We hear all the time. Even when we’re sleeping our subconscious still listens. During the daytime as we go about our daily work, routines, and activities, our ears send ‘input’ to our brain. Even when we’re not ‘listening’ we’re still ‘hearing’. We are generally pretty…

Test Your Situational Awareness By Watching These Short Videos…

Test Your Situational Awareness By Watching These Short Videos…

Situational Awareness (a semi-regular topic here) is a condition that is GREATLY lacking among the common public at large. It makes sense I suppose, given our modern society filled with safety nets. There’s little reason to hone one’s situational awareness skills. Or is there? It does seem that as we descend further into socioeconomic decline…

Situational Awareness: Establish A Baseline And Look For Anomalies

Situational Awareness: Establish A Baseline And Look For Anomalies

While establishing situational awareness, one might say that first we must establish a baseline, and then look for anomalies. Every place, every environment, including the people in those places, have a baseline. What is a baseline? It’s what’s “normal” there. The normal baseline in a given situation will be different from one environment to the…

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