Continuance, Inc.

Emergency Management Group and Educators With decades of experience in the field of emergency response and preparedness, Continuance, Inc.

has members that are familiar with the intimate workings of operating in disaster situations. We established this company with the intent to better serve our communities, corporate, residential and government entities. It is a stark reality that trying to design an emergency management program is a daunting task, even for those who are subject matter experts. We have developed a streamlined approa

11/28/2012

NYC Emergency Management

If your car may have been towed or moved after Sandy, please call 1-800-244-5094 to find out where your vehicle is located.

11/28/2012

NYC Emergency Management

These images are from the front lines of NYC’s Hurricane Sandy relief effort. From preparations in the lead-up to the storm to the current recovery efforts, OEM has been cooperating with numerous federal and City agencies, first responders, the military, non-profits, and individual volunteers to mitigate the effects of the storm on the residents of the five boroughs. To date, services provided by the City have included Restoration Centers, food and commodity distribution points, medical services, and door-to-door check-ins in the hardest hit areas. While there is still much to be done, OEM staff and their partners are working around the clock to help New York City recover and rebuild.

11/28/2012

U.S. National Weather Service (NWS)

Are You Prepared for Winter Weather?

• Each year, dozens of Americans die due to exposure to cold. Add to that number, vehicle accidents and fatalities, fires due to dangerous use of heaters and other winter weather fatalities and you have a significant threat.

• Threats, such as hypothermia and frostbite, can lead to loss of fingers and toes or cause permanent kidney, pancreas and liver injury and even death. You must prepare properly to avoid these extreme dangers. You also need to know what to do if you see symptoms of these threats.

• A major winter storm can last for several days and be accompanied by high winds, freezing rain or sleet, heavy snowfall and cold temperatures.

• People can become trapped at home or in a car, without utilities or other assistance.

• Attempting to walk for help in a winter storm can be a deadly decision.

• The aftermath of a winter storm can have an impact on a community or region for days, weeks or even months.

• Extremely cold temperatures, heavy snow and coastal flooding can cause hazardous conditions and hidden problems.

For more information, please refer to the NWS Publication: Winter Storms...The Deceptive Killers athttp://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/winter/resources/Winter_Storms2008.pdf

ice.gov 11/27/2012

ICE, European law enforcement agencies and Europol seize 132 domain names selling counterfeit merc

ice.gov WASHINGTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), law enforcement agencies from Belgium, Denmark, France, Romania and the United Kingdom, and the European Police Office (Europol) seized 132 domain names today that were illegally selling counterfeit...

11/27/2012

Emergency Management magazine

Check out the November/December issue! Download the complete issue at www.emergencymgmt.com/back-issues/.

Also read the cover story that investigates the situation that left 2.3 million residents in northern Virginia without telephone access to 911 for up to four days: www.emergencymgmt.com/safety/When-911-Fails-What-Safeguards-Are-In-Place.html.

Let us know what you think about the issue in the comments!

11/27/2012

FEMA Sandy

More than 231,000 New Yorkers have contacted FEMA for information or registered for assistance with FEMA. More than 118,000 have applied through the online application site at www.disasterassistance.gov, or on their smart phone at m.fema.gov.

11/20/2012

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

Stay up-to-date on the Hurricane Sandy response and recovery efforts from the FEMA mobile site: http://m.fema.gov/sandy.htm

11/20/2012

Continuance, Inc.'s cover photo

North Salem VAC preparing for Sandy. 11/20/2012

North Salem VAC preparing for Sandy.

11/20/2012

STOP. THINK. CONNECT.

We worked with the National Cyber Security Alliance to create this Top Tips for Safe Online Holiday Shopping tip sheet.

http://staysafeonline.org/stay-safe-online/resources/top-tips-for-safe-online-holiday-shopping/

11/20/2012

American Red Cross

Updated infograph about the Red Cross response to Sandy. We are thankful for your support.

11/20/2012

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

If you haven't already, check out the FEMA Sandy page - it has all the latest on Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, including some great photos.

11/14/2012

Department of Homeland Security

This weekend in New York, Secretary Napolitano met with employees from U.S. Coast Guard, Immigration And Customs Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Transportation Security Administration and DHS Headquarters that are working to support FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency's response efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

11/14/2012

NYC Rapid Repair program

sandystorm.cityofnewyork.us The NYC Rapid Repair Program is designed to help Hurricane Sandy victims return quickly to their homes. The program will send private contractors...

11/06/2012

Continuance, Inc.'s cover photo

11/06/2012

For Your Ears Only - Managing Disaster - November 3, 2012

Marty Pastula, publisher of Emergency Management magazine, http://www.emergencymgmt.com

redcross.org 11/06/2012

American Red Cross

Help out the RED CROSS help others affected by Sandy.

To help victims of Sandy, donations to the American Red Cross can be made by visiting Red Cross disaster relief, or you can text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

redcross.org The American National Red Cross is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.Contributions to the American National Red Cross are tax-deductible to the extentpermitted by law. The Red Cross' tax identification number is 53-0196605.

cbsnews.com 11/06/2012

NYC-area schools return to life post-Sandy

NYC schools re-open.

cbsnews.com Students head back to classes, despite many schools still closed because of storm damage, power outages

11/06/2012

New York BloodCenter Web Scheduler: Welcome to the Blood Drive Locator

NYC needs BLOOD! Please help out and donate.

https://drm.nybloodcenter.org/publicscheduler/BloodDriveLocator.aspx

drm.nybloodcenter.org

10/31/2012

Once again , a great thanks to all FEMA employees, NYC OEM, NOAA, emergency workers, Emergency Medical Services EMT's and Paramedics, firefighters, police officers, sanitation workers, doctors, nurses, volunteers, and all involved in the efforts to maintain life safety and a safer environment. Your continuous efforts in the aftermath doesn't go unnoticed. THANK YOU!!

10/31/2012

NYC Emergency Management

Updated Status for NYC..

Latest transportation and City service update:
- Per Governor Cuomo, limited subway service will be restored to 14 of the MTA system’s 23 lines tomorrow. Limited Metro North and LIRR service starting today at 2 PM.
-All NYC parks, playgrounds, beaches, and recreation centers remain closed until further notice.
-The Department of Sanitation is collecting trash and removing storm debris. There will be no recycling collection until further notice.
-Staten Island Ferry Service remains suspended until further notice. The Department of Transportation is working hard to restore service.

Hurricane Sandy 10/31/2012

Some pictures of Hurricane Sandy aftermath passing through Whitestone, NY and Deer Park, NY

10/31/2012

Saying Goodbye to Sandy..Courtesy of NOAA.

Sandy takes an exit...today's satellite view of the United States.

**Please note that local coastal and inland flood warnings and advisories remain in effect -- Be prepared! Visit http://www.weather.gov for conditions in your area. For disaster assistance, please visit http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ and http://www.redcross.org/find-help.

NOAA's GOES-EAST satellite image is taken from http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/GOESEast.php. GOES-East takes images of the Northern Hemisphere every 30 minutes and of the entire Western Hemisphere every 3 hours.

emergency.cdc.gov 10/31/2012

CDC Natural Disasters | Preventing Electrocutions Associated with Generators Plugged Into Household.

Stay Aware and Stay Safe!!! Please continue to listen & follow your local emergency channels and lookout for your neighbors, family and friends.

emergency.cdc.gov What to do before and after a hurricane. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

10/28/2012

Great job to all FEMA employees, emergency workers, Emergency Medical Services, firefighters, police officers, sanitation workers, doctors, nurses, , volunteers, and all involved in the efforts to maintain life safety and a safer environment. Kudos!

President Barack Obama talks to employees in the command center at FEMA headquarters in Washington, D.C., after receiving an update on the ongoing response to Hurricane Sandy. October 28, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

10/28/2012

Make sure to stay informed NYC with the OEM. Follow your local EAS for evacuations and routes. Stay safe and stay prepared. Make sure you have extra water, flashlights, batteries and food at hand for you and your family.

Hurricane Sandy is forecast to bring life-threatening storm surge flooding to the mid-Atlantic coast, including Long Island Sound and New York Harbor, as well as coastal hurricane-force winds...and even heavy Appalachian snow.

The center of Sandy is located this evening about 530 miles south-southeast of New York City, moving toward the northeast. It should turn toward the north and then northwest later tonight and early Monday, and will be near the mid-Atlantic coast Monday Night.

Maximum sustained winds are 75 mph - a Category One hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Sandy is expected to transition into a frontal or wintertime low pressure area before landfall, but is not expected to weaken during that transition. In fact, it may strengthen during this process. It will not weaken until after moving inland.

Hurricane-force winds are expected along the coast from Chincoteague, Virginia, to Chatham, Massachusetts. This includes the tidal Potomac from Cobb Island to Smith Point, the middle and upper Chesapeake Bay, Delaware Bay, the coast of the northern Delmarva Peninsula, New Jersey, the New York City area, Long Island, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

A significant and dangerous storm surge is expected to occur in the mid-Atlantic states and southern New England. If the peak surge occurs at the time if high tide, the depths above ground level could reach 6 to 11 feet at Long Island Sound and Raritan Bay, and 4 to 8 feet from Ocean City, Md., to the Connecticut/Rhode Island state line, and 3 to 5 feet from there to the south shore of Cape Cod, including Buzzards Bay and Narragansett Bay.

A Tropical Storm Warning continues along the North Carolina coast from north of Surf City to Duck, including Pamlico and Albemarle Sounds, as well as Bermuda.

Other coastal and inland watches and warnings are in effect for much of the mid-Atlantic states and New England. See the statements being issued by local National Weather Service offices, www.weather.gov for the details.

Total rainfall amounts of 3 to 6 inches, with isolated 8 inch amounts, are possible over far eastern North Carolina. Amounts of 4 to 8 inches, with isolated 12 inch amounts, are possible over portions of the mid-Atlantic States, including the Delmarva Peninsula. Amounts of 1 to 3 inches, with isolated 5 inch amounts, are possible across southern New York through New England.

Snow accumulations of 2 to 3 feet are expected in the mountains of West Virgina, with locally higher amounts, tonight through Tuesday Night. The southwestern Virginia mountains are forecast to see 12 t o18 inches of snow.

Get the latest on this tropical cyclone, including storm surge information and graphics, on the NOAA NHC website at www.hurricanes.gov

10/28/2012

Here is the latest on Sandy courtesy if NOAA.

Get the latest storm surge and tidal levels for areas affected by Sandy from NOAA’s National Ocean Service:

http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/quicklook/data/SANDY.html

10/28/2012

Keep track off hurricane Sandy at http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo_atl.shtml...

NOAA's National Hurricane Center issued an updated advisory on Hurricane Sandy. Maximum sustained winds are near 75 mph with higher gusts. While little change in strength is forecast during the next several days, Sandy is expected to remain a large and powerful cyclone. Stay alert - be prepared. Go to www.nhc.noaa.gov for regular updates on Sandy and pay attention your local weather forecast.

10/28/2012

Hurricanes | Ready.gov

Thanks to FEMA....

ready.gov A hurricane is a type of tropical cyclone or severe tropical storm that forms in the southern Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and in the eastern Pacific Ocean. A typical cyclone is accompanied bythunderstorms, and in the Northern Hemisphere, a counterclockwise circulation of winds nea...

10/27/2012

Stay safe and be prepared. Don't wait till the last minute to gather your supplies and make sure your up to date with your local evacuation routes.

Hurricane Sandy is gradually pulling away from the Bahamas; large wind field continues to expand, according to NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATCPAT3+shtml/270253.shtml?

10/26/2012

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

(Oct. 26) As Sandy moves north and its effect on the East Coast remain uncertain, double check your family emergency kit for: canned food, can opener, plenty of water, batteries, flashlight, portable radio, cell phone charger. For a full list of emergency kit items, visit http://www.ready.gov/basic-disaster-supplies-kit.

10/26/2012

Department of Homeland Security

This morning, Secretary Napolitano will deliver remarks on cybersecurity and building a diverse cyber workforce at the CSIS | Center for Strategic & International Studies. You can watch LIVE here at 11 AM EDT: http://tinyurl.com/d5ev9uf

10/26/2012

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

A reminder about Hurricane Sandy - it will be a large storm with impacts well beyond the center. As this Oct. 26 map from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows, significant rainfall can be expected in several states along the East Coast.

You can learn how to get your family, home, business prepared at www.Ready.gov/hurricanes or http://m.fema.gov/hurricanes.htm on your mobile device.

10/24/2012

"Preparedness for the future starts now." Get kids involved.

As the nation celebrates Safe Schools Week, it’s important to know that emergency preparedness knows no bounds. Get kids involved with our Ready New York Kids program. Details here: http://on.nyc.gov/QRIvee

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Continuance, Inc., will design all contingency plans specific to the needs of your organization. We will also assess and re-evaluate any current plans and systems that you have implemented to decrease any risk involvements you may have, and promote your organization’s optimal success before, during, and post any disaster it faces.

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Deer Park, NY
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