Save your life or the lives of those you care about, and help the First Responders help you!
The essential guide to understanding the 911 emergency response process and taking appropriate actions.
This guide will help you help the First Responders who will respond to your emergency. By understanding the emergency process's critical steps, you'll be better prepared to obtain the best possible outcome for your 911 emergency.
Types of emergencies covered: Medical, including how infectious diseases such as COVID-19 and influenza are transmitted, Vehicle Incident, Structure Fire, Wildland-Urban Interface Fire, Rescue, and Hazardous Conditions.
While written for adults, the 911 Emergency Guide is illustration-rich, making it a useful tool for teaching emergency safety to children.
911 Emergency Guide
Seven steps of a hazardous conditions response, two important things to tell the 911 dispatcher, and actions to take for downed power line, lightning, natural gas leaks, propane gas leaks, and hazardous materials spills.
Fourteen steps of a structure fire response, five important things to tell the 911 dispatcher, and four necessary fire ingredients.
Five steps of a medical emergency response, twelve medical questions that First Responders ask, and six ways that infectious diseases such as COVID-19, influenza, hepatitis, and measles are transmitted.
Wildland-Urban Interface Fire
Ten steps of a wildland-urban interface fire response, four important things to tell the 911 dispatcher, nine things you can do if you're evacuating, and ten things you can do if you're sheltering-in-place.
Seven steps of a vehicle incident response, and three important things to tell the 911 dispatcher.
Seven steps of a rescue response and three important things to tell the 911 dispatcher.