FTFD is now using SignUp.com to register for car seat inspections.
Upcoming Dates for Inspections:
Sun Dec 2, 2018 09:30AM-11:30AM
Sun Jan 13, 2019 09:30AM-11:30AM
Sun Feb 3, 2019 09:30AM-11:30AM
Sun Mar 17, 2019 09:30AM-11:30AM
Sun Apr 7 , 2019 09:30AM-11:30AM
Sun May 19, 2019 09:30AM-11:30AM
Sun Jun 9 , 2019 09:30AM-11:30AM
Seat Installations are now being scheduled via SignUp.com. If residents have trouble signing up or do not have access to internet, have them contact FF/Medic Fromeyer for further assistance.
The link to register for a time slot can be found at: FtThomas.org
- Public Education
- Click this link to see our SignUp on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/XUeQWvq
Any questions or concerns can be forwarded to FF/Medic B. Fromeyer @ firstname.lastname@example.org or (859) 441-8393 ext. 1220
The Fire Department will begin using the “SignUp” App to register for car seat inspections. Please visit: www.signup.com
Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:
1) Click this link to see our SignUp on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/XUeQWvq
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot you like.
3) Sign up! It’s Easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually. Brandon Fromeyer: email@example.com or 859-441-8393
The fire department assisted the Army Reserve 478 Engineering Battalion with their family day. We wanted the day to be educational but fun. Tug -O-War challenges for the kids and adults were a huge success. The kids performed the team relay race in firefighter gear and provided much amusement. The final event for the kids was to use a fire stream to knock a softball off of a cone. Everyone enjoyed the day.
The Campbell County Safety House is a full size mobile trailer used to give hands on training to students and adults on home safety and escape. The students initially tour the trailer and are given instructions on various safety messages in an environment familiar to the students. The instruction is hands on and very interactive. While the spaces are small the rooms are realistic and furnished as they would be in a home. Lessons include safety in the kitchen around the stove, microwave cooking, kitchen appliance safety, fireplace, safe candle
practices, the sound of alarm and means of escape. The highlight of this tool is the ability to fill the area with simulated smoke and have the occupants practice crawl low to an exit and escape as we have discussed. This provides the ultimate in learning experience. This equipment owned by the Campbell County Firefighters Educational Association trained approximately 500 persons in Fort Thomas in 2009. The CCFEA provides all maintenance and insurance for this mobile training aid. All departments are asked to do is fuel the truck and clean the house on return. This is an excellent cooperative project among all fire departments and the Campbell County Fiscal Court.
The department provides fire extinguisher training on request. Shown is a class at the Army Reserve 478 Engineering Battalion. The fire prop is a propane powered simulator with safety shut offs in the event of any problems with students or equipment.