EMS Training: Through progressive EMS training, approximately 78% of all Pacific County Fire District 1’s career and volunteer members are Washington State certified Paramedics, EMT’s, or First Responders. Continuing education is a vital part of maintaining a high level of knowledge and expertise in emergency services.
Training is conducted through an On-going Training and Evaluation Program (OTEP), and through specialized classes, seminars, and conferences. Both methods are approved by the Washington State Department of Health who regulates EMS services in our state. OTEP requirements can be found in WAC 246-976-161. OTEP classes are scheduled on the third Monday of every month.
The members of Pacific County Fire District 1 are career and volunteer firefighters, EMS certified personnel, administrative staff and volunteer support staff. Working together, we provide our community with the best fire protection and medical aid service available. A quick emergency response, combined with the professionalism and expertise of our members have shown community residents that we can be trusted and counted on, no matter what the emergency.
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