DART was recently called out to do a door-door notification to residents who might have been affected by a local burglaries. More than a dozen DART members covered almost 500 hours in 4 hours
Thousand Oaks DART is proud to be asked to fulfill the first aid and missing persons requirements for the Special Olympics World Games Host Town athletes. The Special Olympics Host Town Program is a very special 3-day program that takes place prior to the Special Olympics World Games held in … Continue reading
Although the attendance at CVD was disappointing, we got lots of time to work on polishing procedures. … and for the last time of the evening, the final sign out…
Its been really slow at CVD, but rather than just sit around, what are we doing? Practice, practice, practice… Below, Kim and Ryan preparing a traction splint (Joe is on a backboard just to keep off the grass).
Nice recognition kudo from the CVD management.
Who is the most important person at 10pm, in sub-50 degrees, with the wind and periodic rain? The guy with the light stick to turn on the propane heater….
Setup is almost complete. We will be providing the following services: First Aid – All our members and First Aid / AED / CPR certified. We will have a full blown medical tent available along with 7 member EMT’s that are on staff throughout the event. Missing Persons – Whether … Continue reading
This year’s Chili Cookoff was thankfully uneventful, aside from the momentary downpour and heavy winds.
It looks like our new format really works. As DART evolves we have been trying to figure out new and unique ways of getting the message out, and I think we have finally hit the nail on the head. In addition to the new signage (left and right) and our … Continue reading
Two shifts spent the entire day at Conejo Creek Field (South) and enjoyed the great weather, and a good amount of specialty chili from a dozen different competitors. With events like this, there are a few lessons learned: Petting Zoos Animals, although docile, can hurt small children, ranging from scratches … Continue reading