Mark your calendars! The Harrisburg Bureau of Fire, in partnership with Community LifeTeam Emergency Medical Services, is giving you the chance to learn one of the most important ways to save someone’s life.
Firefighters and emergency medical professionals will teach hands-only CPR to anyone who wants to participate at Harrisburg Fire Station #2 the evening of Tuesday, March 15, 2022. The free event will take place from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
“We are using these public safety training engagements to better build relationships and serve our citizens,” said Brian Enterline, Fire Chief for the Harrisburg Bureau of Fire. “Our partners at Community LifeTeam are committed to providing the best service to the City and building a strong working relationship with the City of Harrisburg.”
The event will give Harrisburg residents a chance to meet the EMS and fire heroes in the city.
CPR training meet-and-greets like this are expected to be held monthly, Enterline said, with hopes of putting April’s event at the fire bureau’s Station #1 in Uptown Harrisburg along 6th Street.
Station No. 2 is located at 140 N. 16th Street in Harrisburg.
The Harrisburg Bureau of Fire exists to serve the residents and visitors of the City of Harrisburg, and the entire Capital Region. Its team is comprised of well-trained, diverse, and highly motivated individuals who provide services in fire safety education, fire codes enforcement, emergency management, and all-hazards emergency response.
For more information, please contact Matt Maisel, Director of Communications, at [email protected] or call (717) 678-5166.