FREE Webinar about CO Safety

Combination alarm: smoke and carbon monoxide

When:  Thursday, November 15th at 2:00 p.m.

What:   A FREE, educational 60-minute webinar for fire departments and other safety advocates to learn more about the 2013 requirements of the California Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act. Webinar participants will receive a complimentary kit complete with a large display banner for your local firehouse and other communications tools to be used throughout the year. Kits, courtesy of First Alert, also will include sample CO alarms for public demonstrations, colorful hand-outs and a children’s activity sheet.

Who: A panel of home CO/fire safety experts including Tonya Hoover, California State Fire Marshal; Deborah Hanson, director of external affairs for First Alert; and national home safety expert Meri-K Appy

Why: You are the front line in your communities for this vital information. In addition to the great updates you will hear during the webinar, the FREE fire services kits distributed afterward will be invaluable tools in helping communicate safety tips and encourage compliance with the law.

How: Register beforehand to receive an automatic calendar update.

To register for the online event

1. Go to https://lcwaevents.webex.com/lcwaevents/onstage/g.php?d=663869048&t=a&EA=tyoung%40lcwa.com&ET=ad104530a5bb8dbb43a5a3ac21343e85&ETR=e5d4c9dd0a4492c9b973edb5cd23a797&RT=MiM0&p

 2. Click “Register.”

3. On the registration form, enter your information and then click “Submit.” This event does not require a password for registration.

 You will receive a confirmation email message with instructions on how to join the event.

 US TOLL: 1-650-479-3207              Access code: 663 869 048

About Angela Garbiso

Being with people and affecting positive change is my passion. I have been a Teacher, Curriculum Designer, Marketing Director, Academic Advisor, and a Flight Attendant. Right now I am an Education Specialist. My biggest challenge is to convince others that safety is a priority, and to change behaviors that are not safe.

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