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Naloxone and Narcan Training

Learn how to save a life in an overdose situation by administering Naloxone and Narcan.

From  Jordan Benson 0  

Making an Emergency Halter

During a natural disaster such as a tornado or wildfire, horses may become loose and a halter may be unavailable. Here is an easy way to make an emergency halter with just a rope.

From  Derinda Blakeney 0  

Help OSU Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey

As Hurricane Harvey continues to flood the family homes of OSU students, the Cowboy Strong Student Emergency Fund serves as an opportunity for the Cowboy family to unite in supporting those affected…

From  PhilanthroPete 0  

Emergency Egress Standards

This is a 50-minute educational video covering an introduction to emergency egress design standards. The video was created under award 70NANB14H245 from the National Institute of Standards and…

From  Professor Jeanne Homer and Dr. Bryan Hos 0  

Tornado Preparation

How Stillwater is planning on educating its residents and students on how to react when there is a tornado.

From  School of Media and Strategic Communicat 0  

NWS Storm Spotter Training and General Public Severe Weather Safety Awareness

The public is invited to join Rick Smith and the City of Stillwater Office of Emergency Management to learn about severe weather safety, preparedness and awareness.

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Cow-Calf Corner: Emergency Calving Kit

OkState Extension Cattle Specialist Glenn Selk explains why now is a good time to prepare your operation for spring calving and what to include in an emergency calving kit.

From  Agicultural Communications Services, Division of Agricultural Sc 0  

SUNUP: Ag Policy Update

Jody Campiche analyzes the aftermath of the government shutdown, has a farm bill update and tells producers about the Drought Emergency Fund.

From  Agicultural Communications Services, Division of Agricultural Sc 0  

Managing The Next Disaster

Amber Hughes introduces us to an OSU program that trains those who are in charge in times of disaster....

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