Oregon Business Preparedness Survey Results!
First, let me offer a few words of thanks to Oregon Business and CFM Strategic Communications for putting together a survey about business preparedness that captures information the Oregon Red […]
There’s More (Preparedness) Work To Do
It’s Monday and you’re probably already feeling depressed. And I know that reading this post is only going to make it worse. I pre-emptively apologize. So here it is — […]
Save The Bunny, Take The Survey
Over the weekend, I went to Forest Grove. Sure, this might not sound exciting, but it was a chance to drive by the Harvey’s Marine rabbit and check out McMenamin’s […]
Got Ideas? DHS Wants To Hear From You
Not a fan of color-coded threat levels? Wish hazard risk assessment tools were open source? Have ideas for how disaster preparedness information could reach more citizens? For the next month, […]
Survey: How Do You Want Your Emergency Alerts?
As I type, Mayor Sam Adams and Commissioner Randy Leonard are surveying local residents about emergency alert systems. There are just a handful of questions and, so you can think […]
Would You Trust Us?
No, I’m not asking if you’d trust Robin and me. I mean, you would, right? We give you all those great safety tips and book recommendations and shopping advice, so […]
Survey Finds Concerns About Economy May Increase Incidence Of Home Fires
According to a recent survey, 79%of Americans are concerned about the rising cost of heating their homes, and many will use an alternative heating source to reduce their bills this […]
One Hour To Vote On Our New Domain Name…
We’ve had 26 votes so far, including those of you who’ve voted from both home AND work (I know who you are). It’s neck and neck between www.oregonredcross.org and www.redcrossoregon.org, […]
Help Pick Our New Domain Name — Vote Now!
Just a reminder before we all leave on a long weekend… If you haven’t done so already, please visit the blog and vote on the options for our new domain […]
Your Help Needed: Pick Our New Domain Name!
For the last few months, our amazing Web specialist — Erica Arevalos — has been working hard on a new site for our chapter. Those who have seen it can […]