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Is there a huge possibility that “the winds of change” laden with radioactive particles (from the earthquake in Japan) will reach the United States? Do you remember the Mount Pinatubo eruption in the Philippines many years ago when scientists tracked the “lahar” travelling around the world? Perhaps it’s good to be prepared for whatever happens — and pray nothing disastrous comes up.
Commissioner Jacqueline Lingad-Ricci (Immigrant Rights Commission, City and County of San Francisco) shared these disaster preparedness tips that are applicable worldwide. She says: “With the recent catastrophe in Japan and other parts of the world. Make sure everyone knows where to find your disaster supply kit and Go kits (Go-Kits are emergency kits you pack in advance so that if an emergency strikes, you’re good to go!).
Please find the attached disaster forms, kit list and USGS list of earthquakes in the world in the last 7 days. Kindly share and pass this Disaster Preparedness materials to everyone you know.
For individuals or organizations interested in a free catastrophe incident, emergency response and disaster preparedness training, feel free to contact us directly at 415 968-9956 for more information.
Stay safe and be prepared!
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(Incident Command System)
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I HEART MY JOB! I can believe that my natural attraction to anything “social media” and “digital public relations” is because of my “social activist and sosyal activist” personality. I am thanking Joji Deduque, my executive recruiter friend, for giving me the labels because he is a good friend who belongs to my coterie of “taga-Lahug” neighbors — loyal and true friends from Cebu.
Here are my video stories for this week. These new friends of mine (the lovely Merchants!) at the Seasons Marketplace at Landess are AWESOME! You don’t have to be Pinoy to love them!