Please join us in a community preparedness training program called STAT.
The South Tahoe Action Team (STAT) program is similar to the nationwide Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area. Like CERT, the STAT program trains everyday citizens to help themselves and their neighbors during times of crisis. It teaches STAT team members 72 hours of self-sufficiency, at a minimum, and then once their family is taken care of, they help out their neighbors.
The program allows for citizens to be trained each year. This is a great opportunity for TKPOA Members who want to give back to the community and help when the time of need arises. Living in the Sierras and the Tahoe Keys brings the potential for large scale emergencies from winds, heavy snow, flooding, wildfire and even avalanche in certain areas. The more trained TKPOA members and staff we can have for emergencies, the better prepared we will be as a community.
The tentative scheduled dates for the New STAT Class Training will start:
Time: 5:30pm. To 7:30pm.
Dates: April 18th & April 25th, May 2nd & May 16th
Current TKPOA Staff that are STAT Trained :
Mark Ford, TKPOA Security , Mark Peterson, TKPOA Security , Danny Armijo, TKPOA Security , Don Havard, Accounting Manager, Linda Callahan, Architectural Control Manager, Desiree Wright, Operations Manager, Kirk Wooldridge, General Manager, Tom Callahan, Facilities Manager, Jim Yorkey, TKPOA Maintenance, Gary Kirchubel, TKPOA Security and Gail Johnson, TKPOA Security.