Everyone plays a role in keeping our community safe. Be aware of the training opportunities and consider maintaining your certification. Just by doing this, your skills for observing and monitoring your surroundings will improve
It is rarely possible to anticipate when a disaster will hit. At the University of Toledo, Dr. Paul Rega is working with faculty, staff, students, and the local community to promote, "Impede the Bleed." This program teaches non-health professionals how to apply tourniquets.
One of the best ways to keep our community safe is by understanding how to react during unexpected circumstances. The University of Toledo Police Department (UToledoPD) offers a variety of classes and other events to give students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to obtain training and to ask questions about existing programs and services. The training opportunities and events are listed below:
Departments, organizations, and groups of people (15 minimum) may contact the UToledoPD to schedule training sessions at other times.
Note - On Tuesday, March 27th, from 2-3:30 pm, A.L.I.C.E. Training will be available in Carlson Library (Main Campus) in Room 1005.
Lucas County Health Department has several Emergency Preparedness programs in place. You can read up on the fact sheets about some of the more common public health threats. Also - you can sign up for Lucas County Emergency Alerts that will come to your phone, tablet, or email! If you you want to be more involved, consider joining the Medical Reserve Corps of Ohio. Note: Volunteers, who do not have a health professional degree, are welcome and valuable members of these teams.