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State of New Jersey: Welcome to the Radiation Protection Element
2022 Radiation Awareness Ad Campaign
September is National Emergency Preparedness Month. The NJ Department of Environmental Protection is launching an advertising campaign to inform the public on what actions should be taken during a Radiation Emergency. A radiation emergency may be a dirty bomb, a transportation accident involving radioactive materials, a nuclear power plant emergency, or detonation of an improvised nuclear device. The US Department of Homeland Security estimates that tens of thousands of lives could be saved, if the public is aware of the actions that should be taken during a radiation emergency. The NJDEP is using graphic images developed by the CDC to communicate to the public the best way to respond to a radiation emergency. Ads will appear on NJ Transit trains and busses and on PATH trains and in stations.
- New Jersey Transit Buses Carrying Radiation Emergency (NUCLEAR ATTACK) Instructions!
New Jersey Transit public buses are carrying NUCLEAR ATTACK Instructional ads on the outside of the buses! … This comes just days after similar ads were posted in New York City Subways (Story Here) And comes just two months after similar ads starting appearing on large poster boards in New Jersey Shopping malls (Story Here)
Which came just before New York City Emergency Management created a TV Public Service Announcement telling New Yorkers what to do if a nuclear bomb hits the city (Story Here) Do you think they’re doing all these things for no reason? They KNOW what’s coming! Prepare.