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American Red Cross Workshop

What would you do if there were a natural emergency or terrorist attack while you were at work? As an employer or manager, have you prepared for the possibility that you, your employees and co-workers might need to stay at the workplace for an extended period of time?

On Wednesday, May 29, a Red Cross workshop at Bucks County Community College brings together several experts who will provide information that could be critical to the survival of your employees and your business in the event of an emergency. Get detailed information about Bucks County's Emergency Response Procedures in the event of nuclear, biological, chemical or other threats.

  • "Terrorism in Southeastern PA: How Ready Are We?"
    John D. Dougherty, Jr., Emergency Management Agency Coordinator, County of Bucks
  • "Preparing Your Business for the Unexpected—the Red Cross Perspective"
    Charles Cadden, Director of Emergency Preparedness and Critical Infrastructure, American National Red Cross
  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction: the Medical Perspective"
    Dr. Charles McHugh, Lt. Col. Medical Corps, U.S. Army Reserve
  • "Terrorism: the FBI Perspective"
    John "Mike" Johnston, Supervisory FBI Agent, Bucks & Montgomery Counties
The workshop will run from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. at the Bucks County Community College Auditorium, Swamp Road, Newtown. Admission is $25. For more information or a registration form contact the American Red Cross, Lower Bucks County Chapter, at 215-946-4870 or email

Team Pennsylvania CareerLink
Offers Online Employment Services

Bristol, PA — The Team Pennsylvania CareerLink is now open to help fill employment needs. CareerLink is a unique website that's part of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's online system. The site can be found at and offers both job seeker as well as employer services. Employers can post job openings with CareerLink that offer a number of choices with distinct advantages:
  • User-friendly and intuitive design
  • Simple registration process
  • Candidate search feature for direct access to job seekers
  • Order tracking with employer "activity log"
  • Links to economic development, education, and training services.
The Bucks County CareerLink Office is located at 1260 New Rodgers Road in Bristol. They can be reached at 215-981-1060.

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