Get prepared with the free disaster course, LISTOS. The upcoming classes are:
August 7, 2021: Basic Training (Spanish) September 4, 2021: Basic Training (English) October 2, 2021: Basic Training (Spanish)
Learn more and register for the above training here.
The LISTOS program, focused on bringing emergency preparedness resources to Spanish-speaking residents, is comprised of a series of discussions which:
Are organized by community members for the benefit of their own community
Present the basic ideas for preparation in a series of consecutive discussions
Empower participants to educate their own personal contacts
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Are you ready for the next emergency or disaster? The CERT program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.
The City of Fontana, in coordination with the San Bernardino County Fire Department, conducts a free three-day basic training course periodically throughout the year.
Until Help Arrives
Life-threatening emergencies can happen fast, and emergency responders are not always nearby. You may be the help Until Help Arrives!
Through the training, you will learn to:
Use simple and effective skills to save lives
Communicate with 9-1-1 operators effectively
Act to protect the injured from further harm
Position the injured
Stop life-threatening bleeding
Provide emotional support
This course is intended for adults or older teens (accompanied by parent or guardian) with limited or no first aid training.