CPR and AED classes are available to the public and not-for-profit groups and organizations. Quick CPR and AED access is vital to surviving a sudden cardiac event, and we believe the more people that are able to provide CPR the safer our community is.
The American Heart Association has introduced ‘Hands-Only CPR’ for civilians to be able and comfortable to provide life saving help until professional responders can arrive. For more information about ‘Hands-Only CPR’, contact us or visit the American Heart Association website.
Full CPR certification course are provided based on demand and availability. In order to provide an American Heart CPR card and certification, these classes do have a small fee to cover the cost of the card.
For more information, Fill out a Contact Form or call 256-912-0537.
Portable fire extinguisher training is provided at no cost. The training must be scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance. A portable fire extinguisher can save lives and property by putting out a small fire. But portable extinguishers have limitations. Because fire grows and spreads so rapidly, the number one priority for residents is to get out safely and call 911.NFPA recommends using a portable fire extinguisher when:
Our doors are always open to the community, so feel free to stop by for a visit. If you have a large group that would like to see the firehouse or be visited by firefighters, we ask that you schedule that in advance.If you would like to schedule your group, contact Office Manager Brandy Fowler at 256-912-0537, or fill out a contact form below.
Each year since 2010, the community joins with the Scottsboro Fire Department and firefighters across the nation to raise awareness to Breast Cancer and funding for Breast Cancer Patients. Trading in their traditional blue uniform for PINK during the month of October ~ Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women in the United States. Over 500,000 lives are claimed by breast cancer every year. Just as important, there are over 2.5 million breast cancer survivors living in the United States. Education and early detection are key to fighting this disease.
Our goal is for the citizens to join us in “going pink” during the month of October. We encourage businesses and organizations to purchase and allow their employees/members to wear these pink shirts throughout the month of October!
The t-shirts can be purchased at Fire Station One (Map to Location) during the month of September. To date with the strong support of the community, we have sold over 15,000 shirts; raising over $58,000! 100% of proceeds go to The Beauty and the Beast, a local non-profit organization to aid those living in Jackson County battling this disease.If you would like information about the Beauty and the Beast Fund and how to apply, contact Brandy Fowler at 256-912-0537 or download the Beauty and the Beast Fund application here.