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South County Fire offers online programs for the public

Post Date:05/01/2020 2:33 PM
South County Fire community outreach programs are going online during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Virtual programs are free and require internet access via a smart phone, tablet or computer. Offerings include:

ACT First Aid: Learn three skills you can use to save a life in the first few minutes of a medical emergency: Antidote for suspected opiate overdose, CPR for cardiac arrest and Tourniquet for severe bleeding control. Video-conference classes are offered on the third Thursday of each month, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Space is limited. Register at www.southsnofire.org/ACT.

Child Car Seat Safety Class: Learn how to properly use a car seat from birth to adult seat belts. Register for this video-conference class at www.southsnofire.org/CarSeats.

Child Car Seat Checks: Offered by appointment, virtual car seat checks are provided by a certified child passenger safety technician via Zoom or Facetime. Schedule an appointment at www.southsnofire.org/CarSeats.

Preparedness for Families: Learn how to prepare and care for your family in a disaster in this one-hour video-conference training. Class dates are May 28, June 11 and June 25, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Space is limited. Register at www.southsnofire.org/FamilyPrep.

Kids Fire Academy: Complete our six-week Kids Fire Academy featuring videos and activities to download at www.southsnofire.org/KidsAcademy.

Kids Online Fire Camp: Coming up July 13-17, the Kids Online Fire Camp will feature videos from firefighters and fun hands-on activities you can do at home. Register now at www.southsnofire.org/FireCamp.

South County Fire provides fire and emergency medical services with 14 neighborhood fire stations serving more than 250,000 residents of Brier, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and unincorporated south Snohomish County.