Listen here to the 6/3/19 show on KPFA.org 94.1FM on About Health
Emergencies require leadership and a plan, but if we are not prepared there can be chaos and precious time wasted to help the injured. Join us to discuss how to respond to emergencies and bring some order to tense situations. Call us with your questions on topics such as: CPR, water safety, wound care, traumatic falls, fire prevention, and what to do if there is a fire.
Ken Johnson is a registered State Fire Training Instructor. His professional teaching career reaches back 35 years. He holds a Lifetime California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential, as well as one in Fire Fighting, Fire Control and Safety. Volunteering first as a Director with Hopland Fire, Ken continued his service to Hopland as an EMT/Firefighter, then worked his way though the ranks to Chief, where he retired after 15 years with the department. With a passion for white water, Ken owned and operated North Coast Kayaking, providing white water kayak instruction and trips for over 12 years. As an avid sailor, his “Wilderness First Aid for Sailors & other Adventurers” has become popular throughout the S.F. Bay Area. “Promoting vital emergency services, along with comfort and care to those in need within the Hopland Fire District has been the most rewarding part of my job.”