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Woodside Fire News

News from Woodside Fire Protection District
Apr
20

CERPP & Woodside Fire Present: Disaster Communications Training May 17, 2018

Disaster Communications Training May 17, 2018 7:00-9:00pm Fire Station 19, Training Room 4091 Jefferson Ave Instructors: Mark Dahlen & Chip Swan The class is oriented to neighborhood and division level responders who will be communicating and sending messages to Division Operation Centers or Town Emergency Operations Centers. We will cover the basics of the knobs and buttons to operate the radios, and also talk about the different types of radio services that are likely to be in use during a disaster. But the focus will be on how to get your message across the airwaves. Who to call, what to...
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Apr
11

New! SafeSitter Class for kids! Saturday May 19th or August 18th 2018!

Designed to prepare students in grades 6-8  or older to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or baysitting. The Instructor-led class is filled with fun games and role-playing exercises.  Students even get to use manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue! REGISTRATION INFORMATION Class fee is $25. Students should bring a sack lunch. Pre-registration is required by May 15th, 2018.or August 14th, 2018 Class size is limited. Register early as classes fill quickly! For more information or to registrer click on the links below. SafeSitter 2018 Flyer.pdf     Safe Sitter Student Contract.pdf     Safe Sitter Parent Letter.pdf  ...
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Apr
02

Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm

Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due to Risk of Failure to Alert Consumers to a Fire. Kidde announced on March 1, 2018 a recall of over 400,000 dualsensor smoke alarms (models PI2010 and PI9010) in the United States. Kidde stated that a yellow cap left on during the manufacturing process can cover one of the two smoke sensors. This compromises the smoke alarm’s ability to detect smoke, which poses a risk of consumers not being alerted to a fire inside their home. Kidde recommends consumers should inspect their smoke alarms by removing the alarm from the wall/ceiling and inspecting...
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Mar
21

New Family & Friends Classes for 2018!

New Family & Friends Classes for 2018! Participants of Family & Friends® CPR Courses learn lifesaving skills such as: Adult Hands-Only® CPR. AED use on adults and children. Child CPR using breaths. Infant CPR. Choking relief for adults, children and infants. The AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, applied in a dynamic group environment, provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible.  Please note we hold two sessions of the same class the first is from 9:00am to 10:30am. The  second class is from 11:00am to 12:30pm.   The Family & Friends® classes are held at: WFPD Station 19  4091 Jefferson...
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Nov
09

Kidde Recalls Almost 38 million Fire Extinguishers

Kidde Recalls Almost 38 million Fire Extinguishers FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Woodside, CA) - Kidde announced on Nov. 2, 2017 a recall of almost 38 million fire extinguishers sold in the United States. The extinguishers may not operate correctly if they become clogged and can potentially require excessive force to discharge them. As well, the nozzle can detach with enough force to cause injury. Kidde recommends consumers should immediately contact Kidde to request a free replacement. Currently Kidde is aware of one death after emergency responders could not get the recalled fire extinguisher to work. There have been almost 400 reports...
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Feb
10

2018 SMC Community Information Handbook

Welcome to the 2018 Community Information Handbook.   A list of helpful information for residents of San Mateo County. This handbook provides a hard copy for users, while a more in-depth listing of services are available at  www.smc-connect.org .  In addition to the agencies in this handbook, you can find information on over 1,500 non profit agencies, government programs and community organizations.  The easy to use web brower works on various platforms: desktops, tablets, and smartphones, and is available in five different languages.   Click on the PDF below for quick viewing.  2018 SMC Handbook.pdf
Jul
13

Free Smoke Alarm Program

Woodside Fire Protection District and CERPP is offering a FREE Smoke Alarm Program! Protect your family and yourself! Our program goal is to increase the number of residences with working smoke alarms at NO COST to the resident(up to 3 maximum per household). To Find out more information please click on the link below. Smoke Alarm Program
Mar
15

Is Your Community At Risk For A Natural Disasters?

All residents of San Mateo County are invited to join us in the development of the San Mateo County Hazard Mitigation Plan. • We want to hear about what concerns you the most and what impact disasters have had on you and your family. • We want your feedback throughout the planning process. • We want your edits and suggestions to the plan as drafts become available for review. Take the first step by submitting your response to the San Mateo County Hazard Mitigation Public Survey! Click on the link below to take you to the survey. San Mateo County...
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