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inspired by: Sheryl Sandberg’s NYT article:
“How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss“
Inspired by: Brava Theatre & Spike Kahn
Artists, want to learn how to make your studios safe from fire?
In coordination with Stacey Carter at Hunters Point, Pacific Felt Factory, SFFD, and Stacie Anastacia Powers at Brava Theatre.
What are the particular facets of fire safety, in places with lots of equipment, and materials? What is electric power tool safety? How to stop overloading outlets, and use breaker power strips properly? Why are smoke/CO2 alarms an important new standard? Do you have illuminated exit signs? Clear paths of exit? Unlocked exits? Ventilation considerations?
Lets figure out other ways to keep the creative class be safe.
inspired by: American National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS):
NTAS issues communications from the Department of Homeland Security, recognizing that Americans all share responsibility for the nation’s security, and should always be aware of the heightened risk of terrorist attack in the United States and what they should do.
Each alert provides information to the public about the threat, including, if available, the geographic region, mode of transportation, or critical infrastructure potentially affected by the threat; protective actions being taken by authorities, and steps that individuals and communities can take to protect themselves and their families, and help prevent, mitigate or respond to the threat.
inspired by Federal Emergency Management Agency
Get on it! FREE US Homeland Security Dept APP provides real time weather warning alerts & useful safety tips for various types of disasters and more. Find out how to stay safe before, during, and after over 20 types of hazards. Learn techniques and tips such as these for Earth Quakes, ‘terremotto’:
Before an Earthquake
The following are things you can do to protect yourself, your family and your property, in the event of an earthquake.
Know the Terms. Familiarize yourself with these terms to help identify an earthquake hazard:
Mira, available en espanol tambien!
The Seismic Safety Outreach Program (SSOP) FREE outreach workshops cover the following topics (classes are available in English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin & Vietnamese):
1. Personal Preparedness – This general class covers the 3 steps to personal preparedness focusing on a multi-hazard approach. This allows individuals to get hands – on training in a workplace environment. Tailored classes will be available to meet the specific needs of targeted audiences including workplace groups, youth, seniors, people with disabilities, underserved populations, non-English speakers and more.
2. Basic First Aid and Citizen CPR– The purpose of this training is to teach untrained bystanders how to perform hands-only CPR, control external bleeding and manage shock in an emergency. Having more citizen bystanders trained in these simple skills can help save lives in unexpected emergencies.
3. Earthquake Mitigation – Although we cannot predict when an earthquake will occur, much of the damage caused by earthquakes is predictable and preventable. Securing your home and taking special considerations for potential hazards can protect you and your loved ones from injury and harm.
4. Response and Recovery – The quick response and recovery during and after a catastrophic disaster can allow the community to rebound quicker. Learning the basic techniques and building useful resources to support your personal and neighborhood recovery is immensely important.
5. Fire Safety – Lectures will center on preparing and preventing a home fire, steps to take in response to a home fire and the recovery actions to be taken immediately after a home fire. Instructors will go through home safety checklists, family disaster plans and teach participants how to use a fire extinguisher and install smoke alarms.
SSOP is made possible by San Francisco Department of Building Inspection .
Want more info? or to sign up for a free class? Check with Michael Wong email@example.com , 415-636-1311 . or Lily Madjus Lily.Madjus@sfgov.org
get on over to the spectacular
San Ramon’s 9th Emergency Preparedness Fair
Saturday, Sept 24
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
San Ramon Central Park & Community Center
This great event is all about families & personal preparedness! Give-aways! Food Trucks! Learn how to use a AED and fire-extinguisher! Plus:
and more. For more information on the Fair or on how you can BeReady, visit BeReadySRV.org
Wouldn’t you have suspected our local emergency responders facilities would already be prepared for an earthquake? Think again.
For San Francisco’s June 2016 Election, a YES on Proposition A, $350 million bond measure, will help ensure that: