Unidirectional mics and keeping it up! #PIO P26

Hello AlohaFriday!

Mic check! Sibilance. Sibilance. Check. Check.

As part of the ongoing P26 push…I thought this quick video about field mics might help out a few public safety colleagues.

Mainly designed for PIOs, PAOs, and External Affairs Officers….I think anyone could utilize these easy tips.

Reporting live from the 24-7 SEOC…

@rusnivek

Another #PIO #PAO quick phrase to (possibly) use for later

Afternoon Law Enforcement leaders and LEO PIOs!

If you have employees, here’s another quick phrase you want to keep close.

“Law enforcement officers are peacekeepers whose core mission is to protect and safeguard the community.”

and

“It is our expectation is that employees do not engage in activities or associations that undermine or diminish our role as peacekeepers.”

Well done CCSO.

@rusnivek

FEMA launches Prepare with Pedro at the 2018 Youth Preparedness Council

FEMA Region V Administrator James Joseph was in Washington DC today for the Youth Preparedness Council at Red Cross HQ.

Great to see Ready.Gov partnering with everyone on today’s events.

Additionally, download the free Prepare with Pedro workbook for kids here.

@rusnivek

 

MondayFunday in the EOC!

Monday Funday….in the EOC!

What is the EOC? An Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is a physical (e.g., a conference room) or virtual (e.g., telephone conference call) location designed to support emergency response, continuity, and crisis communications activities. Staff meets at the EOC to manage preparations for an impending event or manage the response to an ongoing incident. By gathering the decision makers together and supplying them with the most current information, better decisions can be made.

Stressing the importance of collaboration, the EOC is where you want to be during a disaster/emergency. So this afternoon, we are talking about training and working in the EOC. Train like you fight?

Reporting live from the EOC…..

@rusnviek