Sustinence for PIOs on an ever changing workday #PIOProblems

No time for lunch today so this will have to do.


As a Public Information Officer (PIO), you have weird schedules and you need to plan accordingly for foods/meals.

Disasters are not luxurious. You likely will not get to eat regular breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.

I see the USAToday walking in so I gotta get to work.


Bring it.

@rusnivek

Second looks at my #Spectacles From #SnapChat Part-2

Here’s my second observation with SnapChat’s #Spectacles

Duh right?!?!

Additionally, I am sure you are downloading your content in HD so that drains the battery even more because you are transferring it over bluetooth.

Sucking it dry…with social media.

More tomorrow peeps.

@rusnivek

 

Fill er up please! #NatlPrep #power

This week has been chock full of preparedness tips for power outages.

I know each of you have been working hard at preparing your kits, double checking and updating your supplies. Today’s tip addresses your ride (aka your whip):

Keep your car gas tank at least half full. Gas stations rely on electricity to power their pumps. You’ll also have a good method for charging devices in an emergency or, if necessary, moving to a location with power.

To bring a smile to your Saturday, here’s a quick video for you

Keep your tanks filled…and sing loud and proud!

Don’t wait. Communicate. Make your emergency plan today.

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Knowledge is power…so share your power safety tips with everyone.

Filler up and be ready by starting here!

@rusnivek

Are you serious? This is NOT Infinite power #NatlPrep #Power

This better not be your plan when the power goes out…

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One of the main reasons why people evacuate from the safety of their home is because they have no power source. For 2015 National Preparedness Month, here’s a few tips you can use before the power goes out:

  • Plan for batteries and other alternatives to meet your needs when the power goes out.
  • Ensure you have extra compatible batteries for any device that can run on battery power (i.e., cell phones, portable phones, medical or assistive devices, radios).
  • Consider purchasing hand-crank and solar-powered chargers.
  • Consider extra USB port battery packs so you are able to charge various devices.
  • Extra charging cables – and make sure they are over 5 ft long.

Because no one likes a dead cell phone or portable device right?

Don’t wait. Communicate. Make your emergency plan today.

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Plug into knowledge…and get better prepared today.

Be powered and Ready by starting here!

@rusnivek

Darkness? My flashlights I carry every day #NatlPrep #power

When the power goes out, your flashlights should be ready to go.

Me? Here are just a few of the flashlights I carry with me every day.

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Yes, I actually carry 3 different flashlights all the time.

  • Get reliable rugged flashlights that you can use in any situation.
  • Double check all flashlights weekly and make sure they are working.
  • Make sure your flashlights have some texture to the handle as rain can cause you to lose grip.

So if you’ve been to a preparedness class with me, you’ve seen my gear.

What kind of flashlights do you carry?

Don’t wait. Communicate. Make your emergency plan today.

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Knowledge is power…so share your power safety tips with everyone.

Don’t get lost in the dark – Be Ready by starting here!

@rusnivek

 

Even during a power outage, this still has to work! #NatlPrep

Even during a power outage, this still has to work!

So be a hero and change the batteries in your smoke detector twice a year.

Smoke

When seconds count…Do it!

Don’t wait. Communicate. Make your emergency plan today.

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Chirp chirp!

Be Ready and start here!

@rusnivek