Back by Popular Demand.
Yelm’s Survival Center is offering Two Preparedness Classes scheduled for May 22 or 26, 2007.
They have plans for an in-depth 3 day intensive Medical Training Seminar. Conducted by a very experienced Medical Corpsman, a Nurse, and a Dentist. This class is to train us to be able to handle minor medical emergencies when we will not have access to normal medical facilities for extended periods of time.
Combat/Field Medicine School prepares civilians, with or without medical background.
Including but not limited to first aid, minor surgery, bone setting and casting, dental care and potential extraction.
Open to All
The school is open to all, regardless of knowledge, experience, or skill level.
No prior medical experience or knowledge is required.
The school is a must for families preparing to be on their own for extended periods of time, first responders and especially for travelers. This is hands on at its best.
What You’ll Learn:
how to disinfect serious wounds in the field
how to suture wounds under mass casualty field
how to set broken bones
how to protect yourself from nuclear, biological, and
how to perform minor emergency surgery,
mass casualty triage techniques
shock and trauma management, and much more.
The Survival Center
Providers of Family Preparedness, Health, & Survival Supplies
10-6 M-F PT
What – Preparedness Classes — Three Instructors
When – May 22, 2007 7 pm and May 26, 2007 1 pm
Where – The Survival Center 19223 Cook Rd. McKenna Wa 98558 (1-360-458-6778 )
Cost per class: $20.00 includes a copy of the class Text book “Basic Preparedness” (a $20.00 value), handouts, Q & A section, Children’s Section, plus snacks and samples. (if you already have a copy of “Basic Preparedness” bring it along and the fee is only $10.00.)
Space is limited so get your tickets now! (1-360-458-6778 )
In further news from The Survival Center:
The Survival Center Completes Emergency Preparedness Demonstration for Washington State DOT
OLYMPIA, Wa. May 16, 2007 – The Survival Center’s Emergency Preparedness Training
Division completed a one day demonstration at the Tumwater, Washington Department of Transportation facility.
Demonstrations included the new solar powered flashlights, radios and hand crank cell phone chargers. The New Life Saver NOAA Weather Alert System for home and office was well received. The famous Mountain House Freeze Dried food with up to 30 year shelf life was an instant hit.
The Survival Center’s newly designed variety of 3 day plus emergency kits helped many to see how well prepared they were. Most everyone liked to squeeze the New Soft Squeeze Hand Operated LED flashlight, one of the kit items.
“It is encouraging to see that the state of Washington is interested in its employees being prepared. In today’s ever changing world Being Prepared takes on a whole new meaning,” said “Uncle Richard” General Manager of The Survival Center.