PHOTOS: The Center for Health Education Medicine & Dentistry (CHEMED) in conjunction with NJPCA hosted an ‘active shooter’ emergency response safety training Sunday, participated members of local emergency response organizations.
The training, directed by Vito Veneruso, the Director of Emergency Management with NJPCA was in direct response to the recent tragic events at the Sandy Hook school in Newtown, Connecticut, and included safety training on a global training level.
Members of the Lakewood First Aid Squad and Chaveirim volunteer organizations were among those in attendance at the training event.
“This training was very informative, and I would like to thank Vito for taking time out of his weekend to give us this presentation”, said Motty Twerski, a member of the CHEMED Emergency Management team.
Dr. Dovid Friedman, CEO of CHEMED indicated that he was proud to have CHEMED involved with community safety training.
Once again, why can’t every first responder in lakewood be giving the opportunity to attend these important classes.
Wow. Amazing. Terrific. Fabulous.
But, They don’t have weapons… So how would that help?
why weren’t schools invited? was this only for emergency personnel?
Its very good to see that at least one doctor’s office is taking this issue seriously.
Please submit request to me or CHEMED and I will be glad to come and present Active Shooter workshop for your organization
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