|Tue. Jun 13th 2017|
Rescue Company runs multi vehicle crash.
at 1556hrs units were dispatched to the 200 block of Pomroy's Drive for a Multi-Vehicle Crash. Engine 611, Truck 611, Bru...
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|Thu. Jun 8th 2017|
Engine Company handles 1st Due Vehicle Fire
at 1324hrs units were dispatched for a passenger vehicle fire in the first due. Engine 611, Tanker 611, Medic 655-1, FP1, FP2...
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WINDBER FIRE DEPARTMENT
PROUDLY SERVING SINCE 1899
"WHATEVER IT TAKES!"
ISO CLASS 4
WINDBER FIRE DEPARTMENT IS AN OFFICIAL CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY SEAT INSPECTION CENTER. HAVE YOUR CAR OR BOOSTER SEATS CHECKED AND INSTALLED BY CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS. TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT CALL (814)-467-7111
For Training Information, and Course Registrations click here, or click on the files tab. Should you need additional information, contact us at;
Emergency Vehicle Driver Training (EVDT) - July 29th & 30th, 2017
'Street Smart' Command Operations at Expanding Incidents - Seminar - August 12th, 2017
UTV/ATV Safety Course - August 26th & 27th, 2017
Pump Operations 1 - September 16th & 17th, 2017
Introduction to Fire Officership (INFO) - October 21st & 22nd, 2017
In House Training Schedule: Click Here
The Traffic Injury Prevention Project will be holding a National Child Passenger Safety Technician Course scheduled at the Northern EMS, 1620 Somerset Ave., Windber, PA. 9am to 5pm daily, Monday, Nov 6 – Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. You must attend all four days to complete the course.
Notes to students and businesses/agencies assigning personnel to attend the course:
First, this course provides classroom instruction and installing car seats in vehicles. This requires some physical effort such as pulling on seatbelts, bending and climbing in vehicles and working with many types of car seats. Please keep this in mind when assigning or asking staff to participate. If anyone has concerns about their abilities to complete the course, please contact the lead instructor Cathy Connors at Kelly Whitaker email@example.com or 814-943-3360 to address them.
Second, each student/future technician should manage his or her own account. If registering other staff please make sure, the student's current email address is listed and that they know how to get in to their account. All correspondence for the course details and future CEU opportunities will be through email and through their account.
To register for the course and pay the $80.00 fee:
1. Go to http://www.safekids.org/certification/ and click on “Find a Course”.
2. Enter the Course ID PA20170523581 in “course search”. Click "Submit".
3. Follow the prompts to select and register for the course. If you have any trouble or have questions on how to make payment, please call Safe Kids Worldwide's number listed for help and assistance. 1-877-366-8154.
Closer to the course (about 2-4 weeks) you will receive an email with details of the course and its location. Please check your email as this will be how information is provided. Please contact Kelly Whitaker at 814-943-3360 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions in the meantime on the location or details of the training.
Remember all questions regarding payment or your Safe Kids Account must be addressed through them.
Upon completion of the course, you will become a Nationally Certified Child Passenger Technician! You will be skilled in helping families in your community to install their child safety seats properly. More information on the benefits of being a child passenger safety technician is available on the Safe Kids Certification page.
Thank you for your interest and support of helping children travel safely!
The First Responder Task Force was created for the sole purpose of honoring, serving, and protecting First Responders.
Fast-forward to the terrorist attacks on 9/11. It was a double tragedy in the insurance industry. It shed light on the fact that exclusions and restrictions exist in the majority of insurance policies. 343 fireman perished performing their duties that day, but because of the fine print buried in their insurance policies, a devastating number of the death benefit claims were denied payments to their families. Many of the insurance companies that ended up paying, some months and even years later, mainly did so because of political and media pressure. But far too many of these families never received a penny from these polices that they had been paying on for years.
First Responders face a unique problem when it comes to insurance coverage. Once we introduced a solution to this problem, we set out to make sure every First Responder was protected.
Johnstown Safety Services is a fire and life safety business that is committed to the safety of you, your staff, and visitors to your business and now your home. We will work with you and your staff to minimize the risk of fire at your business or home. Our staff has extensive knowledge and experience related to fire safety training, extinguisher use, fire inspections, fire drills, and codes and standards.
We are a recognized trainer and fire safety expert by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (formerly Department of Public Welfare). This means if you are a Personal Care Home Administrator, you can attend one of our fire safety courses and receive continuing education credit for it. We are also able to complete yearly fire safety training for your staff at your location at a time convenient for you and them. In addition to the training, we can supervise fire drills and complete annual fire safety inspections.
Our goal is to provide you and your staff cost effective fire and life safety services that are in accordance with local, state, and national codes, laws, and standards. This will help keep you, your employees, customers, and visitors safe.