The Fullerton Fire Department provides a variety of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants of the City of Fullerton from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies, or exposure to dangerous conditions.
After a major disaster, experts agree that 9-1-1 service may not be immediately available and that citizens should expect to be on their own for the first 72 hours. Preparation is key for earthquakes, floods and other disasters. Do you have a first aid kit? Do you know how to shut off the gas or water to your house if it is damaged by an earthquake? Do you know how to administer first aid and CPR? Learn more on how to be prepared for disasters by clicking on these useful links.
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Free Pulse Point App
Pulse Point is a pilot program in partnership with Metro Net Fire Authority and seven other Orange County agencies. Pulse Point alerts nearby citizens when there is a need for critical live-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the location of nearby public access automated external defibrillators (AED). This free app is intended to improve community response to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Metro Cities Fire Authority, in cooperation with the Metro Cities' dispatch center (Metro Net), is the first agency in Orange County to implement this application.