Twitter Contest

How to Enter: In order to enter into our twitter challenge

  • Upload and tweet a picture of your department representing your PPC Grade. You can enter as many times as you would like however only the picture with the most seals will win.
  • In order to officially submit your photo and tag us @ISO_Mitigation + use the hashtag #--------.
  • The goal is to have as many seals as possible in your picture, whether it is on a shirt, hat, mug or anything else you can put the seal on.

How to Win: The department that has the picture that features the most seals in it will be the winner of the contest.

Prize: An Omaha Steak – Weekender Combo for your fire house to enjoy, as well as a featured article in our next Newsletter show casing your department.

Facebook Contest

How to Enter: In order to enter our Facebook contest

  • Post a picture of your department representing its PPC Seal on your Facebook page and tag us (https://www.facebook.com/ISOmitigation/)
  • Add the hashtag #-----------
  • Encourage your team and community to share, comment and like your post

How to Win: The picture posted that receives the most likes, comments, and shares (accumulative) will be the winner.

Prize: An Omaha Steak – Weekender Combo for your fire house to enjoy, as well as a featured article in our next Newsletter show casing your department.

Click here to download the ISO Class seal art today!

ISO Contest

To celebrate the launch of our “Fire Fighter Tool Kit” we will be holding two (2) social media contests in which those who have earned a  Class 1, 2, or 3 may participate.

Twitter Contest
How to Enter: In order to enter into our twitter challenge

  • Upload and tweet a picture of your department representing your PPC Grade. You can enter as many times as you would like however only the picture with the most seals will win.
  • In order to officially submit your photo and tag us @ISO_Mitigation  + use the hashtag #--------. 
  • The goal is to have as many seals as possible in your picture, whether it is on a shirt, hat, mug or anything else you can put the seal on.  

How to Win: The department that has the picture that features the most seals in it will be the winner of the contest.


Prize: An Omaha Steak – Weekender Combo for your fire house to enjoy, as well as a featured article in our next Newsletter show casing your department.
http://www.omahasteaks.com/product/The-Weekender-Combo-04528?ITMSUF=JAB&shoptype=PROMOTION&shopsrc=PRMValue+Assortments

Facebook Contest
How to Enter: In order to enter our Facebook contest

  • Post a picture of your department representing its PPC Seal on your Facebook page and tag us (https://www.facebook.com/ISOmitigation/)
  • Add the hashtag #-----------
  • Encourage your team and community to share, comment and like your post

How to Win: The picture posted that receives the most likes, comments, and shares (accumulative) will be the winner.
Prize: An Omaha Steak – Weekender Combo for your fire house to enjoy, as well as a featured article in our next Newsletter show casing your department.
http://www.omahasteaks.com/product/The-Weekender-Combo-04528?ITMSUF=JAB&shoptype=PROMOTION&shopsrc=PRMValue+Assortments

Thanks to all that responded to our recent Public Protection Classification (PPC™) survey. Your feedback is very much appreciated and has helped guide our efforts regarding ISO Class artwork. Many departments expressed an interest in promoting their ISO Class and their department, so we’ve created imagery to assist in that effort.

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ISO Community Hazard Mitigation actively works with fire departments, building departments, water suppliers, and municipalities with our Public Protection Classification (PPC™), Building Code Effectiveness Grading Schedule (BCEGS®), water outreach, and emergency communication center review programs. With your participation and cooperation, we will attain our ultimate goal: safer communities.

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