To my fellow Americans….Happy 4th of July!!!
Here’s a few easy preparedness tips from the team at FEMA.
- Leave the fireworks to the pros.
- Keep children & pets at least 3 ft from grills & campfires.
- Drink plenty of water – even if you don’t feel thirsty.
- Check in on friends, family, & neighbors who don’t air conditioning.
And for those who are stuck inside/have to work, here’s a few fun option for you.
Maybe NYC is better?
No? How about Chicago?
Well, whatever you do, just keep it real safe everyone.
Happiest birthday to the greatest country in the world. #USA
Since almost everyone uses social media…
Teach your family how to properly use social media BEFORE a disaster. It’s another way to keep in communications w/ your family before, during, and after a disaster. #NatlPrep
And yes, we should all use our social media powers for good.
#PlanAhead to teach your family how to use social media.
2016 World Series Game-7: Chicago Cubs vs Cleveland Indians.
Look, let’s keep it simple for the final game.
Let’s hope for a solid game from both teams – It’s been quite a series so may the best team win.
Indeed both teams are worthy of being crowned the 2016 World Series Champions.
Most importantly, I hope for all celebrations to remain calm and peaceful.
For the sake of all the public safety professionals working, celebrate responsibly.
And don’t forget to scream #GoTribe #Windians and #RallyTogether
For more info, follow @CLEPolice
Reporting in from Cleveland…
October was great but a busy November is here!
First week, I’ll be supporting the Cleveland PIOs during the 2016 World Series. Later in the week, I’ll be in southern Ohio teaching ICS-400 in Belmont County (Ohio).
Second week will be a few social media classes in SE Georgia who are still in recovery operations from Hurricane Matthew.
Third week will be all Arizona.
And then the Fourth week will some Thanksgiving fun.
Who’s excited for Turkey in November? Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
And for tonight’s World Series Game-6 Cubs vs Indians: #GoTribe #RallyTogether #Windians
USA! USA! USA!
Quick social media note: During a national crisis/event, turn off your scheduled posts/tweets.
Last night, I watched as numerous agencies continue (or forget) to stop their auto scheduling programs last night. C’mon, I talk about that in class! If you don’t turn off your auto posts/tweets, your constituents and consumers will perceive you as being insensitive to the current events.
After all, social media is about being social and talking about #trending topics right? (Think of it as a digital water cooler)
Now I know what you are saying – “But national events don’t play any part in our daily operations.” WRONG!, your image is based on perception and being mindful or relevant to a national event will help your readers embrace your greater good.
Now what is considered a national event? Well, that is for your organization to decide. My opinion? I would err on the side of conservative judgment.