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Emma Giardina
Community Resilience Coordinator meeting and educating my neighbors on emergency preparedness and resilience!
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Philadelphia OEM Jul 9
Molly always finds the shadiest place in the yard, even if it means destroying the garden. Heatstroke in pets can occur while in your backyard. Keep your furry friend safe by providing them with plenty of water and shade.
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Philadelphia Department of Public Health Jun 21
Replying to @PHLPublicHealth
The Health Department has no findings that would point to any immediate danger in the surrounding community at this time, and the City is NOT recommending evacuation or shelter-in-place.
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Philadelphia Department of Public Health Jun 21
Regarding this morning's PES fire: Air Management Services was on-scene immediately and took air samples. Preliminary testing at the refinery, and in the community around, found no ambient carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons (combustibles), or hydrogen sulfides.
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Emma Giardina May 8
Leadership of the GPLTRC sharing the unique challenges AND solutions that came out of helping Hurricane Maria Evacuees in Philadelphia 👏🏻
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AFR NYC Mar 28
Include first responders in emergency planning at your institution. The first time you meet should not be during and emergency.
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Emma Giardina Mar 30
Trying out our new wheel today w/ 20 Boy Scouts working towards their emergency preparedness merit badges! Learning to plan and prepare like emergency managers
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Philadelphia OEM Mar 22
Neighbors are often the first to help after a disaster. Shout out to these neighbors who invited each other to last night to plan for emergencies as a block
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Philadelphia OEM Mar 20
Last month, over 35 neighbors from 4 different neighborhoods joined us for in Hunting Park. Our next workshop is tomorrow w/ . Same time, same place. We'll see you there to help you prepare!
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Emma Giardina Mar 20
“There was no blueprint for this disaster.” The hard work by the Greater Philadelphia Long Term Recovery Committee responding to this unique disaster deserves applause 👏🏻
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Philadelphia OEM Feb 21
My goodness! Hunting Park and East Tioga showing up for !! Missed us tonight you can join us March 21
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PA Department of Health Feb 19
⚠️ With heading our way, it's important to get prepared NOW by updating your family's emergency kit. When you have emergency supplies ready you can stay safe at home when the storm hits.
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Philadelphia OEM Feb 19
The first step to building a more prepared, resilient neighborhood.... households! Learn about emergencies and how to prep your community, neighbors & house w/ Thursday, 6:30pm
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Philadelphia OEM Feb 13
With our Hunting Park neighbors . Spin the wheel and win a prize!
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North10PHL Jan 31
Mark your calendars, head over to and be Prepared.
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Emma Giardina Jan 30
Replying to @PhilaOEM @ACCTPhilly
Thanks for the tips ! We’ll be getting Molly’s puppy energy out indoors tonight 🥴
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Jennifer Leary Jan 24
Oh hey & look what I just saw in my email. 👀 Thanks for getting my neighbors prepared & ready!
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Philadelphia OEM Nov 29
Lynn and Emma from OEM’s Public Engagement Division inform FEMA’s Community Resilience Summit of our READYCommunity program. READYCommunity takes OEM’s emergency plans and partners into Philly neighborhoods, creating neighborhood resilience block by block
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Monica Cryan Nov 12
I will be talking about preparedness at the with , are you ?
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Noelle Foizen Oct 18
I can finally talk about extraordinary effort behind ! The past two weeks convened daily meetings w/nearly 70 individuals from 35 city agencies, depts, and offices. This is the city’s largest EOC activation ever, and will be the longest!
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Philadelphia OEM Sep 28
Our Public Affairs team is getting prepared for a busy workshop season. Their new ride can fit 600 blue bags, 800 backpacks, 5000 brochures, 100 notebooks and a partridge and a pear tree
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