(Yorba Linda, CA, August 23, 2012) ... Randy Adams, Founder, Consultant and Instructor with Your Safe Approach has taken his 25 years as a transmission Senior Patrolman with Southern California Edison, and 10 years experience as a patrol field training officer and motorcycle traffic officer to introduce a much needed electrical safety training program for First Responders.
Precinct Training of First Responders in today’s world is at an all time high. The key to safety of First Responders is keeping pace with the ability to respond to emergencies with knowledge and training. The recent August 22nd accident and electrocution of two Valley Village, Los Angeles women underscores why this program is so important.
Your Safe Approach has been widely accepted and praised by officials representing southern California police, fire, and EMT departments. Your Safe Approach course involves the careful practice of the “First Responder” to the potential dangers at a scene where the possibility of an electrical emergency exists. There are many hazards confronting the first responder when approaching the scene of an electrical catastrophe. Accidents involving power lines and energized electrical equipment require basic safety principles to avoid serious injury or worse, death. This course introduces the fundamental basic principles of electricity, applications in daily life, and potential dangers in crisis and accidents, such as car versus poles or electrical equipment, wind and fire storms, collapsed buildings, downed power lines, earthquakes or other disasters.
Your Safe Approach was designed for the first time student or seasoned professional. Students leave the class with a new appreciation of how to approach, assess, and neutralize a situation involving electricity.
Your Safe Approach now in its tenth year, was founded by Randy Adams. Randy is recognized by law enforcement, firemen and EMT throughout Southern California as a premier educator on the subject of electrical safety for the First Responder. Seminars introduce first responders to how electrical system works from generation to the usable voltage at the commercial building or residence; the fact that electricity is all around us and all voltages can be deadly; their role in protecting the lives of the public and co-workers they have sworn to protect; orientates first responders on how to work in tandem with other agencies and/or utilities in times of crisis; and, provide first responders with the knowledge and safety protocol at their place of work, recreation and home. Mr. Adams is available for interviews by calling (714) 524-3809 or email@example.com