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Preparedness



  
 
 

CPR TRAINING



Learn CPR - People who experience Sudden Cardiac Arrest die because they don't receive immediate CPR from someone close-by.  As a family member, friend or bystander, don't be afraid. Your actions can only help. In a couple of hours, you can learn to save a life! ...more



 

COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (CERT)

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program, implemented in many communities across the country, is designed to increase individual and community preparedness and self-reliance in the event of man-made or natural disasters. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has officially recognized CERT as an important part of a community's disaster preparedness readiness. The Corona Fire Department is pleased to bring this program to our community. ...more


 

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

You may need to survive on your own after a disaster. This means having your own food, water, and other supplies in sufficient quantity for members of your household or workplace.  Assembling a supply kit and developing a communications plan are what you can do to be prepared. ...more
 

 

PUBLIC ACCESS DEFIBRILLATION (PAD) PROGRAM

The Public Access Defribrillation (PAD) program is to provide the training and resources to aid in the successful resuscitation of a victim of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). This goal can be achieved by making the equipment and training readily available to the public. The success of a PAD Program depends on three important factors - the location of equipment, training of personnel, and public education. ...more




 

READY! SET! GO!

Wildfires can spread rapidly, with little-to-no warning, often going unnoticed until it is too late. These wildfires, commonly started by human error, quickly ignite and burn through tinder-dry bushes and trees, and unfortunately spread to nearby homes as well.  Every family should have a Personal Wildfire Action Plan.  Having a plan and knowing what to do may save your home from wildfire.
 





 

FLOODING AND SANDBAGS

The City of Corona will provide up to 10 prefilled sandbags to City of Corona residents. Bags can be picked up at Santana Park on the corner of Santana Way and Kellogg Avenue. This location will be staffed as long as it is raining as residents will be required to show ID to prove Corona residency.

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VIAL OF LIFE (Life Information For Emergencies)

The “Vial of Life” program helps you to compile personal information and have it available for 911 responders in the event of an emergency. ...more





 



THE GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKE OUT (Video)

Great ShakeOut earthquake drills help people in homes, schools, and organizations improve preparedness and practice how to be safe during earthquakes. ...more