Bill and Janet Liebsch are the founders of Fedhealth, a publishing and marketing company formed in 1999 to help the public focus on preparedness and health-related issues. They also are the authors and publishers of IT'S A DISASTER! ...and what are YOU gonna do about it? and dedicated to developing programs that benefit first responders and volunteers.
The daily reports of disasters continue to reinforce that people need to take personal responsibility for their own and their families’ safety. This customizable paperback helps families and businesses prepare for, respond to and recover from most types of disasters, emergencies (including active shooter incidents) and first aid needs.
With knowledge comes power and, if more people would learn what to do before, during and after certain types of scenarios, it could alleviate a lot of problems, anxiety, fear and loss, as well as lessen the burden on local emergency services during and after disasters and emergencies.
With almost a million copies in circulation and millions in cash and match donations to First Responders, volunteers and nonprofit organizations, Bill and Janet continue to explore new and innovative ways to help North Americans "be aware, be prepared, and have a plan".
Fedhealth, a division of Health & Safety Information Corp, is a sole source, small business registered on SAM, Ariba, various local and state procurement systems, etc.
Proceeds always benefit the U.S. First Responders Association
Fedhealth co-founders Bill and Janet Liebsch both volunteer with the U.S. First Responders Association -- Bill is Special Projects Director and Janet is EVP and an admin of USFRA forum and social media ids.
The U.S. First Responders Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, professional and social network of fire, EMS, law enforcement, 911/dispatch, and military personnel, as well as veterans and civilian volunteers.
USFRA brings together professionals from many diverse fields to strengthen safety initiatives, share knowledge and expertise, develop training programs, and combine efforts to maximize community outreach and preparedness programs. They are one of the few national nonprofits that embrace all aspects of first response. Learn more and join USFRA at www.usfra.org
Proceeds from Fedhealth’s bulk paperback and ebook sales benefit USFRA.