Arlington County Government, VA / Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management (DPSCEM)

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Arlington County Government, VA / Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management (DPSCEM)

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6 Jan 2023

No description provided.
  • 1 participant
  • 17 minutes
ems
responders
emergency
coordinators
duties
administrative
departments
management
mitigation
arlington
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29 Jul 2022

Traning for DPSCEM
  • 2 participants
  • 52 minutes
ems
emergency
responders
trainings
eoc
assisting
county
arlington
overseeing
preparedness
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29 Jun 2022

No description provided.
  • 1 participant
  • 17 minutes
evacuation
activation
emergency
arlington
planning
volunteers
dc
independence
assist
facilities
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30 Mar 2022

The Arlington County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. CERT volunteers support the County and the DC region’s emergency response programming, including response to the COVID-19 pandemic, hazardous weather events, and major events such as July 4 celebrations on the Mall. Register for free training to learn the skills to save lives and support first responders as a CERT volunteer (ages 14+): arlingtoncert.com
  • 15 participants
  • 4 minutes
volunteering
volunteer
volunteered
community
arlington
helping
supporting
contribute
vaccinated
people
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30 Mar 2022

The Arlington County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. CERT volunteers support the County and the DC region’s emergency response programming, including response to the COVID-19 pandemic, hazardous weather events, and major events such as July 4 celebrations on the Mall. Register for free training to learn the skills to save lives and support first responders as a CERT volunteer (ages 14+): arlingtoncert.com
  • 2 participants
  • <1 minute
volunteering
arlington
rewarding
neighbors
friendships
needs
work
able
meet
aspect
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14 Sep 2021

Until Help Arrives (UHA) provides the foundation that enables you to assist others who are severely injured in high-threat events. The three course sections prepares you to help yourself and others survive a mass casualty event, an event where the number of wounded people temporarily exceeds the resources we have available to us.

This course describes four (4) preventable causes of death. It also explains how having these types of life-saving skills widespread in our community helps us respond even better to the emergencies we face in everyday life.

UHA Class Recording: Section 1 – Bystander Role, Mental Preparedness, 4R’s Intro
UHA Class Recording: Section 2 – Stopping Bleeding; Tourniquets, Wound Packing and Pressure Dressing
UHA Class Recording: Section 3 – Protecting the Airway and Breathing, Preventing Shock and Hypothermia, Calling 911

Arlington County, Virginia, Fire Department’s Dr. Reed Smith, Operational Medical Director, developed the course collaboratively with: DPSCEM and the Arlington CERT.

*WARNING: Graphic Images.

AGE APPROPRIATE: 18 or older. (14-17, parents attendance required.)



Total Class Duration (Three sections): 2.5 Hours.

Hands-on Training
In order to fully complete the Until Help Arrives training, the hands-on practice is required (1.5-hour duration). Please visit the UHA homepage for schedule and free registration.

Visit: https://www.arlingtonva.us/Government/Programs/Emergency/UHA

This course is provided by Arlington County Emergency Management (ACEM) and the Arlington Community Emergency Response Team, a program of the Department of Public Safety Communications & Emergency Management (PSCEM).
  • 6 participants
  • 53 minutes
responders
bystanders
emergencies
helping
active
survivors
practice
cpr
course
gunfire
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14 Sep 2021

Until Help Arrives (UHA) provides the foundation that enables you to assist others who are severely injured in high-threat events. The three course sections prepares you to help yourself and others survive a mass casualty event, an event where the number of wounded people temporarily exceeds the resources we have available to us.

This course describes four (4) preventable causes of death. It also explains how having these types of life-saving skills widespread in our community helps us respond even better to the emergencies we face in everyday life.

UHA Class Recording: Section 1 – Bystander Role, Mental Preparedness, 4R’s Intro
UHA Class Recording: Section 2 – Stopping Bleeding; Tourniquets, Wound Packing and Pressure Dressing
UHA Class Recording: Section 3 – Protecting the Airway and Breathing, Preventing Shock and Hypothermia, Calling 911

Arlington County, Virginia, Fire Department’s Dr. Reed Smith, Operational Medical Director, developed the course collaboratively with: DPSCEM and the Arlington CERT.

*WARNING: Graphic Images.

AGE APPROPRIATE: 18 or older. (14-17, parents attendance required.)



Total Class Duration (Three sections): 2.5 Hours.

Hands-on Training
In order to fully complete the Until Help Arrives training, the hands-on practice is required (1.5-hour duration). Please visit the UHA homepage for schedule and free registration.

Visit: https://www.arlingtonva.us/Government/Programs/Emergency/UHA

This course is provided by Arlington County Emergency Management (ACEM) and the Arlington Community Emergency Response Team, a program of the Department of Public Safety Communications & Emergency Management (PSCEM).
  • 7 participants
  • 58 minutes
emergencies
emergency
treatment
hospital
medic
patient
care
needs
assistance
careful
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14 Sep 2021

Until Help Arrives (UHA) provides the foundation that enables you to assist others who are severely injured in high-threat events. The three course sections prepares you to help yourself and others survive a mass casualty event, an event where the number of wounded people temporarily exceeds the resources we have available to us.

This course describes four (4) preventable causes of death. It also explains how having these types of life-saving skills widespread in our community helps us respond even better to the emergencies we face in everyday life.

UHA Class Recording: Section 1 – Bystander Role, Mental Preparedness, 4R’s Intro
UHA Class Recording: Section 2 – Stopping Bleeding; Tourniquets, Wound Packing and Pressure Dressing
UHA Class Recording: Section 3 – Protecting the Airway and Breathing, Preventing Shock and Hypothermia, Calling 911

Arlington County, Virginia, Fire Department’s Dr. Reed Smith, Operational Medical Director, developed the course collaboratively with: DPSCEM and the Arlington CERT.

*WARNING: Graphic Images.

AGE APPROPRIATE: 18 or older. (14-17, parents attendance required.)



Total Class Duration (Three sections): 2.5 Hours.

Hands-on Training
In order to fully complete the Until Help Arrives training, the hands-on practice is required (1.5-hour duration). Please visit the UHA homepage for schedule and free registration.

Visit: https://www.arlingtonva.us/Government/Programs/Emergency/UHA

This course is provided by Arlington County Emergency Management (ACEM) and the Arlington Community Emergency Response Team, a program of the Department of Public Safety Communications & Emergency Management (PSCEM).
  • 9 participants
  • 45 minutes
airway
unconscious
cpr
inhalation
injured
breathing
medics
emergency
recovery
hypothermia
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29 Jun 2021

Each year Arlington County activates its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in response to the influx of people into the National Capitol Region to celebrate Independence Day. During this time we remain on standby to enact our walk-out plan in response to any incident that may happen in the area. This presentation will brief volunteers on standby of our operating procedures and expectations if they are to be activated.
  • 1 participant
  • 21 minutes
arlington
activation
emergency
evacuation
washington
planning
esas
volunteers
vests
july
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21 May 2021

No description provided.
  • 1 participant
  • <1 minute
911
dispatchers
emergency
county
number
danger
703
share
help
need
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17 Nov 2020

Excerpt from Arlington County Board Meeting - November 17, 2020
  • 1 participant
  • 6 minutes
pandemic
precautions
county
infection
population
trend
arlingtonva
reporting
fatalities
covet
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29 Jun 2020

No description provided.
  • 1 participant
  • 7 minutes
notified
arlington
county
notary
hiring
assistance
interview
submitting
emergency
department
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28 Feb 2020

Working as a 911 dispatcher is a fast-paced and rewarding career, helping others and saving lives. Go here to get started: www.arlington911.com/jobs
  • 1 participant
  • 2 minutes
emergency
arlington
dispatch
medics
police
county
jurisdictions
notify
calls
support
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