Featured are images from various events from 2017-2018.
Cascadia supported various events to include supporting our friends at Historic Flight Foundation for Aviation Day at Paine Field. Activities including pre-event safety training, Hands Only CPR, AED review and more. Together with Paine Field Operations, Paine Field Fire Department and Snohomish County Sheriff's Department developed an Incident Action Plan (IAP) for the first time in the events history.
Cascadia provided the common Tactical Communications capabilities to include 25 public service grade UHF portable radios, mobile repeater, and event coordination.
Michael B. Fearnehough, Chief of Operations - Owner
CUFF PRIDE BLOCK PARTY
SAFETY MONITORING & BASIC COMFORT & AID
Pictured: Matt Deeds and Bill Engler reviewing Comfort & Aid items prior to opening for the event .
For Pride Month Cascadia provided Safety Monitoring and Comfort & Aid to patrons attending the annual Cuff Block Party located in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. The event spanned two days to include evening activities held on the street with over 20 thousand in attendance.
Cascadia supported over 22 requests for assistance during which time identified four life threatening conditions that resulted in activating partner agencies Seattle Police & Fire for 911 medical assistance.
Two of the four medical emergencies resulted in transportation to Harborview Medical Center. Issues primarily involved diabetic related conditions coupled with dehydration and consumption of drugs and alcohol during the summer heat weekend activities.
BURIEN PRIDE FESTIVAL
SAFETY MONITORING & BASIC COMFORT & AID
Cascadia Mobile Support Vehicle was stationed at Burien Pride Festival and support patrons with Comfort & Aid items like bottled water, band aids, and other items to reduce the stress of summer heat. Hours were donated to help support this newly established LGBTQ event.
STOP THE BLEED | ACTIVE SHOOTER
During 2018 Cascadia began to teach a combination course of Active Shooter Survival and Stop the Bleed to tribes, churches, schools, businesses and more.
Courses included introducing tribes, schools, churches, and other organizations to active shooter solutions such as Anchorman's Emergency Barricade System and 3M's Window Safety and Security Film .
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (ERT) TRAINING FOR SCHOOLS
Mooreland Elementary School took the first ever Cascadia developed Emergency Response Team (ERT) training. This course focuses on the Core Essentials of emergency response that include:
Incident Command System (organization & accountability)
Tactical Radio Communications
Light Urban Search & Rescue
Cribbing & Victim Extraction
Medical Triage and Staging
ACTIVE SHOOTER & STOP THE BLEED
MUCKLESHOOT INDIAN TRIBE
Graduating class for Active Shooter Survival and Stop the Bleed
Cascadia continues its support and partnership with the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe creating various emergency management plans to include the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan - Base Plan (CEMP), Support Annexes, Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), and Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP).
Tribal members learn life saving skills during their annual Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training.
Cascadia supported the Tribal Canoe Journey Landing at Alki Beach working with MIT Office of Emergency Management, the Seattle Fire Department, and King County Sheriff's Department. Other support activities included Tribal Elder Funeral, and Tonanomas Forest activities.
FIRST AID | CPR | AED TRAINING
US NAVY SEA SCOUTS
Over 50 US Navy Sea Cadets received First Aid | CPR | AED training at Arlington Airport.
Cascadia trained over 50 US Navy Sea Scouts during their annual training program in American Heart Association's HeartSaver First Aid | CPR | AED .
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FOR SNOQUALMIE TRIBE
Cascadia supported the Snoqualmie Tribe Office of Emergency Management with 200 emergency support Backpacks for their Tribal Elders within a short request period.
Pictured: Michael B. Fearnehough, Chief of Operations with Director of Snoqualmie Tribe Office of Emergency Management, John Pennington as he takes delivery of 200 Emergency 14-Day Backpacks to support Snoqualmie Tribal Elders.
Director of Snoqualmie Tribe Office of Emergency Management, John Penington was very appreciative of the short notice fast turnaround Cascadia was able to provide his Tribal Elders.