Basic Emergency Preparedness Class
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Basic Emergency Preparedness Class

Don't get caught unprepared!
Emergency Preparedness provides you with information to respond effectively and decisively in an emergency. Taught by Fire Department personnel, you will learn about the types of disasters that could impact Foster City, how to create an emergency plan and emergency supply kit, and disaster awareness.  

Emergency Preparedness includes both lecture and discussion elements using materials designed specifically for Foster City. Special emphasis is given to the emergencies that are most likely to occur in Foster City and the fact that we live in a seismically active region. Gain peace of mind that you'll know what to do in case of earthquake, flood, fire, or other major natural or man-made disasters.  There is plenty of time for questions, so come ready to participate!  Learn how to prepare you and your family in case of emergency. The entire Emergency Preparedness class guide can be found at www.fostercity.org/Services/safety/fire.  

This is a free class!
Emergency Preparedness is a basic class/seminar offered to Foster City residents age 12 and older, free of charge. Class will be held at the Fire Station (1040 E. Hillsdale Blvd.) Call the Recreation Center at 650-286-3380 between 8am and 5pm, weekdays, for registration information or register online at www.fostercity.org. Registration typically opens 3 weeks prior class date.

For more information call (650) 286-3350 or e-mail fire@fostercity.org

City Hall - 610 Foster City Blvd.
Foster City, CA 94404
(650) 286-3200