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Hands-Only CPR Flyer 2018

LEARN A LIFE-SAVING SKILL!

You’ve seen the stories of people of all ages suddenly collapsing. Effective bystander CPR provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival.  That person could be your family member, close friend, or colleague.  

On Saturday, September 15, as part of National Preparedness Month, several local fire districts in our county will conduct FREE Hands-only CPR training to all age groups.

These sessions will be taught by CPR certified instructors.  Bring the family and be the change in someone’s life.  Find a location near you.   (Flyer has all the details too – print it and share with your friends, family and neighbors!)

Hands-only CPR Training

Two times to choose from: 9:00 am or 10:00 am, on Saturday, September 15, 2018.

Five LOCATIONS from which to choose:

Lockeford Grange Hall, 19727 Cotton St., Lockeford
Training provided by: Mokelumne Fire District Staff

Woodbridge Fire Station, 400 E. Augusta St., Woodbridge
Training provided by: Woodbridge Fire District Staff

Montezuma Fire Station, 2405 S. B St., Stockton
Training provided by: Montezuma Fire District Staff

Ripon Fire Station, 142 S. Stockton Ave., Ripon
Training provided by: Ripon Fire District Staff

Fire Administration, 835 Central Ave., Tracy
Training provided by: South San Joaquin County Fire Authority Staff

This opportunity is provided through a partnership between the San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services and the San Joaquin County Fire Chiefs Association as part of September’s National Preparedness Month.  Watch social media for tips all month to help citizens become more prepared in the event of a disaster.


Vision Statement

San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services strives for a safe, prepared, and resilient whole community; with the capacity to manage existing hazards and impending disasters.

The mission of the Office of Emergency Services (OES) is to minimize or reduce injury, loss of life, environmental and property damage from emergencies within San Joaquin County. OES is the key disaster preparedness office of the County, and has direct responsibility to support and coordinate the efforts of County departments carrying out their functions in the field. To ensure a coordinated response to their disaster needs, OES also provides disaster information, logistical support, facilitates mutual aid requests, and facilitates inter-jurisdictional coordination with agencies from 7 cities, 120 special districts, and locally-based State and Federal agencies.

At OES, we hold the following values as we focus on our mission, in order to achieve our vision:

  • Dependable - We can be counted to provide dependable, timely, competent services to our customers.
  • Trustworthy - Our customers trust us to communicate and provide services in a trustworthy manner.
  • Quality - Our customers value our high quality individual and team performance.
  • Collaborative – We are known for developing and sustaining collaborative partnerships with our customers.
  • Excellence - We are valued for delivering excellence in performance and work output.
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Shellie Lima
Director

Robert J. Cabral Agricultural Center
2101 East Earhart Avenue
Suite 300
Stockton, CA 95206
Phone: (209) 953-6200
Fax: (209) 953-6268
Hours: (Mon.-Fri.) 8am-5pm
Email: xsjoes@sjgov.org