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Presentation/Training Topics

9-1-1 Education

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Learn important information on how to effectively use the 9-1-1 emergency response system.  Offered in English and in Spanish. 

Emergency Preparedness

Emergency preparedness training and materials for your home or business.

Emergency preparedness training and materials for your home or business. Offered in English and in Spanish. 

CPR & AED Training

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  Statistics prove that if more people had CPR training, more lives could be saved. Approximately 92 percent of sudden cardiac arrest victims die before reaching the hospital. Immediate CPR can greatly improve victim’s chance of survival.


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9-1-1 Education

Presentation Description

An estimated 240 million calls are made to 9-1-1 in the U.S. each year. During an emergency seconds matter; being knowledgeable and prepared can make all the difference.  During this presentation participants will get a detailed explanation of the 9-1-1  emergency response system and how it works. They will learn important facts that will help them be better prepared, and gain insight as to what goes on behind the scene when 9-1-1 is activated. 


At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will understand:

  1. How our local 9-1-1 system works. 
  2. Who responds when 9-1-1 is activated. 
  3. When it is appropriate/not appropriate  to call 9-1-1. 
  4. The difference between calling 9-1-1 from a landline and a cell-phone.
  5. The importance of knowing your location, including landmarks, cross streets, direction of travel. 

Participants will  come away with simple, yet effective,  tasks that will help prepare them for an emergency situation when it is necessary to call 9-1-1.  

     

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Emergency Preparedness

Presentation Description

Natural disasters impact hundreds of thousands of people every year. Every disaster has lasting effects, both to people and property.  When a disaster occurs local government and disaster-relief organizations will do their best to help, but they can only do so much.  The 2017 wildfires taught us that disaster preparedness is a shared responsibility. Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany disasters. As a community each member must do their part, by being prepared. Knowing what to do and having supplies and equipment to do it with, increases your chance of survival and limits damage.  When disaster strikes, you  may have to survive on your own for 72 hours or more without access to power, water, food, shelter or transportation. 


Our disaster  preparedness presentation is sourced from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and its emergency preparedness campaign https://www.ready.gov


At the conclusion of this prestation, participants will be able to:

1.  Put together a family emergency communication plan

2. Assemble a basic emergency preparedness kit

3.Understand emergency alerts and warnings and how to access or subscribe to them.

4. Safeguard critical documents and valuables. 

5. Practice fire safety measures and create defensible space. 

Participants will  come away with a simple, yet effective,  task list that will help prepare them for the next big disaster. 

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CPR & AED TRAINING

Training Description

CPR & AED Training

CPR and AED courses help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac and breathing emergencies. Adult and pediatric content is available and courses can be tailored to meet the various training needs of a diverse audience. Participants will learn what precautions to take when using an AED on a person in sudden cardiac arrest.

Professional training manikins are used in all CPR/AED courses. Upon completion of the course students receive a CPR keychain with a breathing barrier to ensure they will be ready to perform CPR wherever they go. All certifications issued for CPR and AED are valid for 2 years from the date of course completion. 




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