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Updated Face Covering Guidance 3.1.2022

Governor Newsom’s signature on Executive Order N-5-22 updated the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) to follow the California Department of Public Health’s indoor masking guidance. The update means that effective March 1, 2022, and consistent with updated California Department of Public Health guidance, masks will no longer be required for vaccinated or unvaccinated workers indoors, with the exceptions noted …

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Joint Training Exercise: Building Evacuation

Thousand Oaks and Camarillo’s Disaster Assistance Response Teams (DART) conducted a first ever joint training exercise in February. The two teams practiced nighttime evacuation of victims from an office building after a simulated earthquake. Over 20 members from both teams were suited in appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including radios. The drill emphasized team safety, …

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VCSO First Aid Training Saves Life

Effective Bag-Valve-Mask Ventilation Saves Life Deputies assigned to the Moorpark Police Department saved the life of a 60-year-old man suffering from a medical emergency Tuesday afternoon. Deputies Raul Merino and Matthew Rodriguez responded to a report of a man who had stopped breathing. Both deputies arrived quickly at the victim’s apartment and relieved family members, …

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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): Symptoms of Coronavirus – Cold vs. Flu vs. Coronavirus

When it comes to symptoms, there are a lot of similarities between the seasonal cold, flu and coronavirus. The truth is, in some cases, it can be difficult to tell the differences, which is why mild cases of coronavirus may go undetected. Coronavirus symptoms range from mild to severe illness. The most common symptoms of …

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