Health Talk: Preventive facts from to fight off poison ivy.

There’s a simple preparation when poison ivy season comes around. It could be an indispensable awareness how to avoid it nor how to even get rid of it once it comes contact with these poison plants. Adequate knowledge of basic poison ivy facts to keep yourself guarded.

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Metro Manila Shake Drill on July 30, 2015 Lead by Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA)

Disaster Preparedness
Safety Information
Philippine Government Agencies

Metro Manila Shake Drill is a metro-wide Earthquake Drill happening on July 30, 10:30 AM, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), with multi-sector cooperation from schools, business, government agencies, and religious organizations. This will increase the metro’s chances of better recovery and implementation of contingencies in the event of earthquakes.
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Use hashtag #mmshakedrill (twitter and facebook) when sharing your preparations and experiences

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How to Apply for a Firearms License in the Philippines
Step by Step Procedure in Securing Firearms License and Permits in the Philippines

LTOAPF and PTCFOR applications
DI Clearance by the Directorate for Intelligence
Neuro-Psychiatric Test by Health Service
Drug Test by the Crime Laboratory
NBI Clearance
Finance Service

The government’s Firearms and Explosives Office (FEO) is yet to deliver an Internet-based streamline processing of application for both licensing and permit acquisition. There has been talks from FEO to upgrade its information technology system by the end of 2015 to accommodate the LTOPF, as mandated by Republic Act No. 10591, the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Law of 2013. Streamlining the application process for the License To Own and Possess Firearms (LTOPF) and Permit To Carry Firearms Outside Residence (PTCFOR) to deal with some of the protest of gun owners that license requirements are “redundant and excessive.”
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Under the new gun control law, all firearm owners—even those with current gun licenses—are required to first obtain an LTOPF, which is similar to a driver’s license, before they can own a gun. Under the old system, a gun owner got licenses and permits to carry for each gun.

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23rd AFAD Defense & Sporting Arms Show 2015

Topic discussion about #‎23rdDSAS‬ ‪, #‎DSAS2015‬, Safety Information, Parenting and Philippine Sports.

The most awaited annual gun show was held last June 11-15, 2015 at Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall. The event showcases Philippines’ firearms enthusiast to top gun makers as well as Filipino fabricated firearms. The 23rd DSAS displayed all range of firearms and ammunition and lined up special features:
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  • Firearms and ammunition display

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PH Rescue and Emergency Hotlines

For emergency assistance these are the hotlines to remember, you may call, SMS (text) or tweet.

Philippines Government Agencies
Safety Information
Disaster Preparedness

Emergency Hotlines

National Disaster and Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) hotlines
Trunklines: 911-5061 to 65
Operations Center: (02)911-1406, (02)912-2665, (02)912-5668,(02) 911-1873

NDRRMC hotlines for Luzon
Office of Civil Defense – National Capital Region: (02) 421-1918/ (02) 913-2786
Office of Civil Defense – Region I: (072) 607-6528
Office of Civil Defense – Region IV-A: (049) 531-7266
NDRRMC Region IV-B: (043) 723-4248
NDRRMC – Cordillera Administrative Region: (074) 304-2256, (074) 619-0986, (074) 444-5298, (074) 619-0986

Office of the Civil Defense regional office telephone directory
Region I: (072) 607-6528, (072) 700-4747
Region II: (078) 304-1630, (078) 304-1631
Region III: (045) 455-1526, (045) 455-0033
Region IV-A: (049) 834-4344, (049) 531-7266, TF (049)531-7279
Region IV-B: (043) 723-4248, (043) 702-9361
Region V: (052) 742-1176
+63917-574-7880 (Globe)
+63928-505-3861 (Smart)
Region VI: (033) 336-9353, (033) 337-6671, (033) 509-7319
Region VII: (032) 416-5025, (032) 253-6162, (032) 253-8730
+63917-947-5666 (Globe)
+63949-471-0009 (Smart)
Region VIII: +63917-700-1121 (Globe)
+63915-762-2368 (Globe)
Region IX: (062) 911-1631, (062) 925-0458, (062) 9913450
Region X: (088) 857-3907, (088) 857-3988 (Telefax)
Region XI: (082) 233-0295, (082) 233-0611 (Telefax)
Region XII: (083) 552-9759, (083) 553-2994, (083) 301-2994
+63917-628-3720 (Globe)
+63920-976-4001 (Smart)
CAR: (074) 3042256, (074) 6190986, (074) 4445298
CARAGA: (085) 342-8753
National Capital Region: (02) 913-2786 or (02) 421-1918

Philippine National Police (PNP) hotline patrol
Hotline: 117 Police Assistance (including fire and ambulance assistance)
Text hotline: 0917-847-5757

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Disaster Preparedness: What To Do During and After Earthquake

Philippines Government Agencies
Safety Information

PHIVOLCS (Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology) and OCD (Office of Civil Defense) has launched Valley Fault System Atlas (VFS Atlas) and has previously warned people from affected areas about possible impending activity from the West Valley Fault. Earthquakes cannot be predicted, we encouraged the public to be a step ahead in anticipating the disaster, be prepared to learn on what should you do if an earthquake occurs.

What to do in an earthquake
For earthquake emergency assistance these are the hotlines to remember:
National Disaster and Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) hotlines: Trunklines: 911-5061 to 65; Operations Center: (02)911-1406, (02)912-2665, (02)912-5668,(02) 911-187
PHIVOLCS Trunkline: (02) 426-1468 to 79, local 124/125 (Seismology)
Red Cross Hotline: 143, (02) 527-0000, (02) 527-8385 to 95; Disaster Management Office: 134 (Staff), 132 (Manager), 133 (Radio Room)
Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Hotline: 136
Complete List of Hotline are available here

For earthquake information, visit PHILVOC’s website at


What should I do if an earthquake occurs

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Review for
“Keep your kids safe online”

Product Review
Social Media Philippines
Safety Information

One of the safest way to acquaint your child’s curiosity over internet applications and email in particular is to expose them to a trusted platform like that offers genuine internet security and will make them learn the proper email etiquette and utilization. Launched in 2009, is a safe email service designed to protect kids ages 4 to 12 from Internet dangers. This service allows kids to only send emails to and receive emails from people on their contact list while also allowing parents to monitor email conversations.
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How and What to Prepare on your Basic Emergency Kits and Disaster Supplies

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Philippines is almost weather-proof and calamity-tested when it comes to disasters such as typhoons, floods, earthquakes and even human conflicts (rebellion, religious wars, etc.) The question is are we always prepared to face these natural distubances? Does your family keep a handy emergency kit available every time a scheduled disaster warning arises? Do you get paranoid hearing “disaster preparedness”? Are you still waiting for the next calamity/disaster to come ahead before preparing your basic and essential needs? Global warming changes environment’s natural cycle and we don’t know when an earthquake will move earth and how intense its dance and sway, we don’t know which tsunami waves will swipe which beach bays, or we don’t know how damaging a typhoon until its rapid flood brought damage to our community.

Deiville is sharing a list recommended by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Basic Emergency Kits and Disaster Supplies could include the following recommended items:

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