Robertson Fire Protection District CPR Classes

Robertson Fire Protection District will be offering free American Heart Association CPR classes to our residents.  We will offer two classes in 2016.  The dates for the classes will be 4/23/16 and 10/8/16.
Each class size will be limited to 15 students.  This service is for Robertson Fire Protection District residents only.  

The official title of the certification is AHA Heartsaver AED.

Click here to register online

Steps To A Safe Escape

1. Make a Plan

  • Draw a map of your home that includes all doors and windows
  • Determine two ways out of each room
  • Choose an outside meeting place, such as tree or light pole that is a safe distance from the house.

2. Practice

  • Run through the plan during the day, and at night at least twice a year.
  • Practice different ways to get out of the house.
  • Teach children how to escape on their own.
  • Close every door as you go through it.
Click here for a helpful home escape worksheet from the National Fire Protection Association

If your smoke alarm does go off:

  • Get out of the house.
  • Never go back in, even for pets or other people.
  • If you have to escape through smoke, get low and go under the smoke to get out.
  • Call 9-1-1 as soon as you get outside.
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Disaster & Emergency Planning

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