Your local fire agencies are offering a glimpse inside the exciting world of emergency services on April 14, 2018 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire Department. This fast-paced, one-day event will provide participants an opportunity to learn about your local fire agencies and ambulance services.
All activities will be led by WOMEN who are members of the fire service and includes:
- Learning about local fire agencies, their services and staffing.
- Behind the scenes tour of the fire station and equipment.
- Learning how to use a fire extinguisher on a real fire.
- Current trends in CPR including the Pulse Point App.
- Automated External Defibrillators – how to use and where are they located.
- Overview of wildland fires, how are they extinguished and what are the tools and techniques used – special emphasis on the Milli Fire.
- Protective equipment that firefighters wear including self-contained breathing apparatus.
- Learn how fire hydrants work and actually operate one.
- Learn how to tie a rescue knot that every firefighter and rescuer in the country uses.
- Learn how to use the Jaws of Life to remove a trapped victim in a car accident.
Lunch will be provided by the on-duty firefighters at the station.
Must be 18 years or older to participate!
Limited to 15 participants. To ask questions or to sign up, please contact the Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District at 541-549-0771.