CITIZENS CAN LEARN HOW TO RESPOND TO DISASTERS IN 4 WEEK COURSE BEING OFFERED LOCALLY PDF Print
Thursday, 07 February 2013 07:30

 

Starting this Saturday a 4 week course, free of charge will begin in Glasgow that helps citizens better prepare for a disaster.

The Community Emergency Response Team also known as “CERT”

will be conducting this Free Training which begins Saturday, February 9 from 8AM to 5PM for a total of 4 weeks. Here’s Gary Chenoweth, Deputy Emergency Management director has more information:

 

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The course will be taught at the Barren County Health Department. The team will teach basic disaster response skills such as: fire safety, light search and rescue and disaster medical operations.

 

 

Today is Sharon Mutter Day. Retiring from NHC after 44 years of service!!

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