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PET DISASTER PLAN – Animals Depend On Us

PET DISASTER PLAN – Animals Depend On Us, Care Enough To Plan If you evacuate your home, DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PETS BEHIND! Pets most likely cannot survive on their own; and if by some remote chance they do, you … Continue reading

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Emergency Communication Planning

Many clients ask us for our Emergency Communication Cases to use as a field deployable solution.  What many of our clients overlook is the associated Emergency Communications Planning & Training that is vital to get the maximum value from their … Continue reading

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Homeland Advisory Group Selects KNOX-BOX®

The 2012 International Fire Code requires business with restricted entrance control or gated facilities to install a key box to allow emergency services access to their property in an emergency.  KNOX-BOX® Rapid Entry Systems have set the standard since 1975 … Continue reading

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Los Angeles – Orange County CPR, First Aid and AED Training

Homeland Advisory Group now offers full service American Hearth Association CPR/First-Aid/AED Training.  Our First Aid, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and AED (automated external defibrillator) training meets the needs of workplace responders, school staffs, professional responders and healthcare providers, as well as … Continue reading

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Knox-Box Installation Service – Special

Homeland Advisory Group only uses Knox-Box rapid entry systems for our clients. As a professional courtesy, we provide Knox-Box rapid entry system installation service for a flat $100 fee anywhere in Los Angeles County.

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Washington Monument Might be Tilting after Earthquake

Reports say the Washington Monument may be tilting after the 5.9 Virgina Earthquake UPDATE: Megyn Kelly just shared word that a D.C. police officer told a Fox News producer that there is concern that the Washington Monument may tilting following … Continue reading

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Event Emergency and Evacuation Planning

On August 13, 2011 at approximately 8:45 pm EDT, Indiana State Police said that a warning was issued to the crowd in the grandstand suggesting that they may have to take cover due to the incoming severe weather. However, witnesses … Continue reading

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Homeland Advisory Group – Newest Contractor for County of Los Angeles

  Homeland Advisory Group is now the official supplier of Emergency Communications Cases to the County of Los Angeles’s Health Department.  The cases, although confidential, will be self-contained turn key 2-way communication hubs for use in disaster/emergency deployments.  Homeland Advisory Group … Continue reading

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Prison Contraband Smart Phone Mitigation Planning

Homeland Advisory Group is now offering mitigation planning that addresses the increasing problem of Contraband Smart Phones in the US prison system.  Despite rules and regulations banning the use of wireless phones by inmates, they are reportedly purchasing and receiving … Continue reading

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Osama Bin Laden Is DEAD

Thank you to all the troops and their families that have sacrificed so much to make this possible. Homeland Advisory Group is committed to protect and prepare the private industry from all natural and human threats, both foreign and domestic. … Continue reading

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