Orange County, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2011
Captain Wayne Bennett, a veteran Firefighter with 27 years of service in the County of San Bernardino having spent 12 of those years as Fire Captain at Wrightwood Station 101 retired from service recently, but shows no signs of slowing down. June 2011 marks the 20th Anniversary of the company serving the state of California.
Disaster Survival Skills has conducted more than 3,000 workshops and educated over 100,000 people since it started in 1991, they are on track to add at least another 150 workshops to their training calendar this year alone.
In celebration of his longstanding commitment to disaster preparedness and safety, Captain Wayne is offering an open-to-the-public CPR & First Aid Class on June 25th in Fontana, CA where each registered participant will receive a complimentary Emergency Life Hammer with Seat Belt Cutter ($12.95 retail value.)
Additionally, for the entire month of June, when site visitors enter coupon code: 20OFF they will get a 20 percent discount off the most popular disaster preparedness supplies available on the company’s website: http://www.disastersurvivalskills.com
Captain Wayne and his team of Disaster Response Specialist are currently training the entire Santa Ana Unified School District in "Disaster Survival Skills." It is the largest school district in Orange County, California and the 6th largest in the state with more than 58,000 children and over 4,500 employees covering 24 square miles. He and his team will be traveling to different sites throughout the year providing hands-on training as well as supplies critical for use in case of emergency or disaster.
The most popular disaster preparedness supplies are those for earthquake survival, and emergency kits for emergency use, as well as the emergency hammer all of which the company offers on their ecommerce website http://www.DisasterSurvivalSkills.com
"Disaster Preparedness" says Bennett "is being prepared for the unexpected. Gathering the necessary supplies ahead of time to care for yourself and your family; having disaster survival skills means knowing what to do with those supplies to save lives and property.”
His book, “The Disaster Response Guide for Schools” highlights his extensive professional experience including that of a FEMA CERT instructor, and overall personal commitment to ensuring that - whether kid or corporate professional - everyone he trains will be fully equipped with the tips, strategies, and techniques to save lives. The book provides actionable life saving steps that are designed to save lives.
To learn more about Captain Wayne Bennett and the most popular disaster preparedness supplies, visit the following sections of the site: