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#GotMyERG Social Media Toolkit

Help raise awareness for the 2024 edition of the Emergency Response Guidebook by sharing on social medial when you receive your copy.

Here's how to get started:

1. Follow PHMSA on our social media - Stay in the loop by following us on your favorite social platforms. Click on the icons below to access our profiles, and hit follow/like button:

PHMSA's X (formerly Twitter)

PHMSA's YouTube

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2. Engage with our posts - See something you like; hit the like button, see something you love; go ahead and share it!

3. Create your own post – When sharing content related to ERG2024, tag @USDOT and @PHMSA_DOT, and don’t forget the hashtags: #GotMyERG and #ERG2024!

4. Need ideas for your post? Here are some sample social media messages to get you started:

  • Share a video testimonial of how the ERG has helped you in a hazardous materials incident. #GotMyERG
  • As a first responder, having quick access to critical information is paramount, and the ERG proved to be an invaluable resource. #GotMyERG
  • #GotMyERG from @PHMSA_DOT! A valuable tool for coordinating emergency responses and ensuring community safety. #ERG2024 #PublicSafety #EmergencyManagement"
  • I picked up my #ERG2024 today! Get yours too through your state coordinator! (see PHMSA's ERG website)

Feel free to share any of the below social media images, simply click on the images you would like to share to download:

Emergency Response Guidebook 2024   #GotMyERG    Download the ERG App