Change Your Clock Change Your Batteries

 

The Tabernacle Rescue Squad would like to take a moment to remind or residents to Change Your Clocks – Change Your Batteries on Sunday, March 9, 2014
 
Many Americans have adopted the great habit of changing the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors at the same time they change their clocks.
 
The dangers and reality of fire demonstrate the power, speed, and ferocity which occur when fire strikes. The need to be prepared before a fire happens is paramount!!
 
Please take the time to review these important fire prevention tips:
 
  1. Have working smoke alarms in every room especially bedrooms with the exception of the kitchen and bathrooms, and on every level of your home, including the basement and attic.
  2. Have working smoke alarms located directly outside of every sleeping room.
  3. Test all smoke alarms at least monthly, and change the batteries when you change the clocks.
  4. Many new smoke detectors come equipped with 10 year life span batteries eliminating future needs to replace 9-volt type batteries. The Office of the Fire Marshal strongly recommends these types of devices rather than traditional 9- volt battery powered devices.
  5. Smoke detectors should be replaced at a minimum every 10years or sooner based on manufacturers recommendations.
  6. Create a fire escape plan. Make sure that children know how to react to the sound of the smoke alarms. Practice your plan frequently, especially with children in the home!
  7. Never leave the stove unattended when cooking!
  8. Have all home heating equipment checked by qualified personnel before using, and keep all combustibles at least 3’ away from heating equipment.
  9. If you use candles, never leave them unattended or near combustibles, and always double check that they are extinguished.
  10. Matches and lighters are tools for adults, not toys for children! Please keep these items out of reach of children. Educate children to the dangers of fire and the importance of knowing what to do if fire occurs.
  11. Please, if you must smoke do it responsibly. Make sure all smoking materials are extinguished completely and properly, and NEVER smoke in bed or when tired!
  12. Some troubled people do start fires intentionally. Be a good neighbor and watch out for each other. Report any suspicious activity immediately.
  13. Have working carbon monoxide detectors on every level of your home, and test batteries monthly.
 
Fire strikes without warning and without mercy. Fire spreads very fast! The sooner you’re aware of a fire, the sooner you can react to alert others, escape, and call 911. Please take a few moments to review the above tips, and implement your action plan to prevent fires.
 
“The easiest fire to put out, is the fire that you prevent”
 
 
 

Friday, November 15th, 2013:

Tabernacle Rescue Squad

voted

Outstanding Volunteer EMS Agency for 2013

by the

New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
Office of Emergency Medical Services

and

New Jersey Emergency Medical Services Council

2013 Award

This evening the Tabernacle Rescue Squad was recognized by the New Jersey Office of Emergency Medical Services at their annual awards dinner and conference with the "Outstanding Volunteer EMS Agency" Award. We were humbled to be nominated among 16 other premier Volunteer EMS Agencies from across the state and even more thrilled to win this prestigious award from the New Jersey Office of Emergency Medical Services this evening. We share this with our residents and thank them along with our dedicated township officials for their continued support. We are proud to be considered the best of the best in the State of NJ!

 

 

Joint Rescue Drill with Medford EMS (Station 258)

 
Wednesday, September 25th, 2013- Members from both Station 258 (Medford EMS) and 439 (Tabernacle Rescue) came together for night of extrication training.  Three scenarios were completed while crews worked together to access, stabilize, and ultimately extricate p...atients from a variety of situations involving rescue. Thank you to members from both stations who attended and made it a worthwhile night of training for all involved. 

 

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Touch-A-Truck

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013- The Tabernacle Rescue Squad took part in Cub Scout Pack 439's annual Touch-a-Truck at Seneca High School.  As always we had a great time connecting with so many from our community and look forward to next years event.

2013-09-22 Touch-A-Truck

 

NEVER FORGET

911

4392 for 911

 

Rescue Drill

2013-09-10 RescueDrill

 

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013- During their monthly rescue drill a few of our members paused while cleaning up to pose for a company photo.   Members honed their rescue and extrication skills while working with three cars and three real world scenarios. Our volunteers pe...rformed door and roof removals, B-post tears, dash rolls, as well as basic vehicle stabilization and glass management.  Members also integrated patient management techniques and concepts into this extrication training to promote patient driven rescue training that mimics what our cross trained volunteers provide to those who call upon us during motor vehicle accidents and rescue assignments.

 

 

 

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2018
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  106
FEBRUARY  87 
MARCH  166 
APRIL  73 
MAY  86 
JUNE  77 
JULY  79 
AUGUST  75 
SEPTEMBER  80
OCTOBER  42 
NOVEMBER   
DECEMBER   
YTD  871

 

2017
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  103
FEBRUARY  53 
MARCH  91 
APRIL  92 
MAY  88 
JUNE  84 
JULY  78 
AUGUST  87 
SEPTEMBER  89 
OCTOBER  88 
NOVEMBER  93 
DECEMBER  88 
YTD  1034

 

 

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