A Safety Program for People and Orgs. in Calaveras County
FIRE WATCH TRAINING COURSE
Join us for the first ever Fire safety training class in Calaveras County. Become an official certified fire watch individual. You can earn extra money as an official fire watch for the county. You may also volunteer your services to support events, activities and projects by your favorite local non-profits, supporting your county government and others.
Who Should Take Fire Safety Training?
This course is intended for a general audience but will focus on live events, indoor and outdoor projects with small to large audiences. Those who produce and promote events, meetings and conference planners, special events associates and County employees are ideal candidates for our classes. Additionally any production crew personnel, business owners especially those that own or work at venues, nightclubs, bars, restaurants and more.
Cost and location of the classes.
Our initial Basic Class will be FREE of charge. Specialty classes for your specific business can be arranged for all of your employees and staff to participate for a Fee. The initial class will be held on the following date:
Wednesday October 11th
6:30 p.m. at the office and facilities of the Volunteer Center of Calaveras County.
Located at 325 Lewis Avenue San Andreas, California
OUR BASIC CLASS IS FREE
ALL ABOUT THIS COURSE
Calaveras County has a new Fire Marshal Mr John Parks. To welcome him to the county he will be joining Event City to help organize Firewatch Classes periodically throughout Calaveras County. John has an extensive career as a fireman, fire marshal as well as a fire safety professional.
What is Fire Safety Training?
This course covers OSHA's guidelines for fires and fire protection measures. We'll discuss how careful planning and precautionary measures can save lives and property.
Learn to identify different types of fires and fire extinguishers. We'll discuss fire protection systems, how to diagnose evacuation plans, and how to prepare for emergencies. You'll learn about common fire-related injuries and their immediate remedies.