What’s good for our country should be good for the well-being of our people, and the more that people take preparedness seriously, the better off our country will be.
Tarzana, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
According to the BioPrepWatch article ‘Weapons of Bioterrorism’ published by Ted Purlain, the Defense Strategies Institute recently announced that it will hold a CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear) weapons defense and consequence management meeting in March in Alexandria, Virginia. The meeting will focus on how to maintain training and readiness in the face of CBRN threats and will be attended by both civilian commercial industries and military policy-makers including the U.S. Department of Defense, the Biomedical Advanced Research Projects Authority, the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. National Guard.
ContagionSurvival.com supplies both civilian and government agencies with CBRN suits and respirators including powered-air hoods that aid persons in the escape of the most deadly airborne threats. “Civilians concerned about their own family’s survival are looking for the same protection that was once exclusively available to military and government personnel,” says a Contagion Survival company spokesperson. “Our goal is to enable the general public to purchase some of these same systems.”
Contagion Survival carries smoke hoods that fit children and adults, inexpensive disposable Pandemic Quick Kits for biological protection, complete Family Contagion Kits, and powered CBRN escape hoods and suits that are military grade.
“In recognition of CBRN preparedness, we’re offering 10% off during the month of March,” the spokesman continues. “Any online sale will be subject to the discount when the customer uses the code CBRN during the checkout process. What’s good for our country should be good for the well-being of our people, and the more that people take preparedness seriously, the better off our country will be.”
Contagion Survival is a Southern California company. Their products can be found online at http://www.contagionsurvival.com, or they can be reached by phone at 866-305-1753.