Our experts work diligently to support a more resilient community. That ranges from creating disaster plans to running an entire city-based public safety unit (MySafe:LA). We collaborate with local fire, EMS, and police to fill in the gaps that exist in any large metropolitan city. We love what we do. Let's talk about how we can help you.
Our expertise in public safety makes us an ideal partner in emergency response planning. Our subject matter experts work to understand the risks your organization might face - and from that, we can develop the perfect plan for your organization.
We can develop an emergency response plan or emergency operations center plan for your organization.
Our experts create can handle subsets of disaster planning from earthquake to fires to active shooter scenarios.
Our experts can also work with you to take existing plans and update them to current standards and practices.
We can train your organization to be better prepared in the event of an emergency. From active shooter basics to CPR, Bleeding Control, BLS First Aid, earthquake response, visitor and staff safety, and much more. Talk to us about building a training regimen that will keep your employees and guests safe in the event of an emergency. The only way to ensure progress in public safety is to create a plan - and to practice it.
Our management and advisors include some of the most experienced senior fire officials in California, both active and retired. We bring a unique set of qualifications to our firefighting training endeavors: award winning film, web, and creative work. We’ve developed firefighter survival training, wildfire training, as well as community engagement, active shooter, domestic violence and related content (including video, PowerPoint, and online courseware). We can train ten firefighters, or an entire department (and have created content for upwards of 3,500 members at a time).
MySafe:LA is our community resilience entity organized to build better prepared neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles. This division of the Safe Community Project includes paramedics, EMTs, and firefighters - working in conjunction with public safety experts, educators, and community organizations. MySafe:LA inspects homes, installs FREE smoke alarms, teaches CPR in high schools and to the public, and manages civic engagement issues involving topics such as illegal fireworks, wildfire recovery, and earthquake readiness.
The Safe Community Project is a California 501 (c) (3) public benefit charity. We're managed by a public-safety oriented board of directors (and advisors) including active and retired fire officers, medical, educational and media experts. Our work is helping people to be more resilient.