First Aid and Safety Awareness in the Wilderness of a Pandemic

Date: September 16, 2020
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Online via RingCentral meetings
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Are you participating in RMAG's Geohike Challenge? Or just getting outside to enjoy the great outdoors?

Come learn about the how's and why's of being safe outdoors in this time of Covid-19!

Join RMAG for a happy hour talk that will help you bring safety awareness to participating in outdoor activities, and will also dispel some myths about personal protective equipment and sanitation in general. Presented by Jared Caldwell, CEO and Training Center Director of Tomwell Emergency Life Support and Safety Instruction in Denver, this online session will also include time for you to ask your questions about safety in the wilderness.

Jared has over 30 years experience teaching CPR, wilderness first aid, and public safety courses, and was scheduled to teach RMAG's Wilderness First Aid class in March when the coronavirus hit. We are bringing Jared back next year to teach the WFA class for us when we can safely gather in-person again. In the meantime, come learn some tips for staying safe in the back country--or your own backyard--in this time of coronavirus.

Please note: This is an informational session only. It is not intended as a substitute for first aid training and certification. 


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