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Disaster.net recently launched a unique website designed to help citizens, journalists and governments monitor and prepare for natural disasters that occur worldwide. Phnom Penh, Cambodia (PRWEB) August 11, 2011 Disaster.net recently launched a unique website designed to help citizens, journalists and governments monitor and prepare for natural disasters that occur worldwide.
Mango Enters the Asian HACCP Food Safety Market with Amida Group Auckland, New Zealand (PRWEB) June 03, 2011 Leading food safety software company Mango has joined forces with hospitality consultancy Amida Group to bring an innovative HACCP food safety solution to the Asian hospitality industry. Combining Amida Groupâ€™s audit, consulting & training expertise with Mangoâ€™s market-leading food safety software, the partnership will provide the Asian hospitality & restaurant...
Needak USA has announced that it will be donating 1% of its sales to relief of the victims of Japan's recent earthquake and tsunami. This offer covers all sales through the company's Web site, needakusa.com. The money will go to support rescue and rebuilding efforts throughout Japan.
In the aftermath of the destructive earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, 2011, GovernmentAuctions.org supports Mercy Corps' relief efforts by setting up an online fundraising site to benefit the Japanese people in shock. Great Neck, NY (PRWEB) March 21, 2011 In light of the March 11 ultra-destructive earthquake and tsunami that claimed many lives in Japan, and the effects of which still continue to endanger the country, seized and surplus property portal...
TORONTO, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Dyadem today announced that the Public Works Division of Bexar County, Texas, has selected Dyadem's RiskSafe software to help evaluate its operational risks.
By Schumacher, Paul J Kuchler, Deborah D I. INTRODUCTION Many small manufacturing clients falsely assume that major catastrophic events happen to industrial giants. To the contrary, many of the catastrophic chemical accidents occur at relatively small facilities.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - A magnitude 6.4 undersea earthquake struck Indonesia's Moluccas islands on Tuesday and there was a possibility of a tsunami, an official at the meteorological agency said.