SF Emergency Management Seeking New Building Safety Ambassadors

SF Emergency Management Seeking New Building Safety Ambassadors

Santa Fe College's Clock Tower on the Northwest Campus.

May 1, 2024 – This summer, Santa Fe College is bringing back Class #5 of its nationally recognized Building Safety Ambassador program. The College, operating under an Emergency Management umbrella, is actively seeking staff interested in enhancing their safety and risk management skills. Training will cover a range of topics including evacuation drills, CPR, first aid, event management, stop the bleed procedures, as well as fires and fire extinguishers.

The classes are scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, and Tuesday, June 11. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, participants will receive a certificate and join a network of over 40 trained Building Safety Ambassadors.

If you’re interested or know a staff member who might be, please seek supervisory approval and reach out to the Program Team comprising Safety & Risk Management Coordinator Marian Nesbitt, Captain Ryan Woods, and Chief Ed Book via email.