WHAT IF . . . . . .
You dialed 9-1-1 and there was a busy tone?
OR . . . . . . . . . .
There wasn’t any dial tone at all?
WHY: In the event of a large-scale disaster, the normal Emergency Response
Agencies that serve you will be overwhelmed and they might not be able to
assist you for up to 72 hours (it’s simply a supply and demand issue).
WHO: Sponsored by SLO County Fire Chiefs Assoc. and the SLO County Sheriff’s Advisory Foundation.
WHAT: CERT is a “hands-on” course that teaches individuals to be better prepared in the event of a major disaster and to form into effective neighborhood teams to assist others. In the CERT training class you will learn about; how and when to turn off your Utilities; Firefighting skills; Medical skills; Hazardous Materials & Terrorism awareness; light Search and Rescue techniques; and most importantly, you’ll learn SELF RELIANCE.
WHERE: Morro Bay Fire Department, 715 Harbor St.
WHEN: Five evening classes on Tuesday and Thursday. The class dates are January 15, 17, 22, 24, & 29th from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
COST: There is a $40 materials fee that provides you with a student manual and first aid supplies.
To reserve your space, send your check, payable to: CERT
Mail to: Morro Bay Fire Dept, 715 Harbor St, Morro Bay, 93442
Since it’s not a matter of “if” but more a matter of “when” join the over 1500 graduates (countywide) of the program so as to better prepare yourself and your family.