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Pandemic Forces Cancellation of MySafe:LA Live Activities

The rapid explosion of the coronavirus throughout the world, including California and Los Angeles County, has forced MySafe:LA to suspend school presentations, disaster decathlons, older adult presentations, and smoke alarm canvassing and installations. Since California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a State of Emergency on March 4, 2020, MySafe:LA has been...
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High School CPR Courses Support CA AB-1719

MySafe:LA has been teaching people CPR since 2012. More recently, our EMS trained instructors have been teaching high school students in Los Angeles Unified School District campuses hands-only CPR in support of the State’s Assembly Bill 1719. In part, the bill states:  (a) If the governing board of a school district...
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MySafe:LA Earns FEMA Fire Prevention Grant

MySafe:LA, the public safety unit of The Safe Community Project, was awarded a fire prevention and safety grant by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – itself an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security. The funds provided via the FEMA grant apply directly to MySafe:LA’s mission of...
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MySafe:LA Makes a Dent in Fleet Week Los Angeles

During the labor day weekend, MySafe:LA delivered for Fleet Week 2019. Our public safety teams taught CPR, set up smoke alarm installations throughout Southern California, and conducted raffle ticket awards on an hourly basis. Fleet Week visitors won fire extinguishers, GO bags, smoke alarms, and other fun gifts. Overall, more...
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Teaching Kids About the Dangers of Fireworks

Every year, MySafe:LA visits dozens of elementary schools as well as recreation and parks facilities to discuss the dangers of fireworks. This is a complex issue, as there are cultural issues, legal restrictions, and family gatherings that are often promoted via the use of fireworks. To be clear, ALL fireworks...
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