What is Your Fire Safety I.Q.?
Chief Christopher Haddock
Euclid Fire Department
October 16, 2018
Luncheon Meeting – 11:30 a.m. til 1 p.m.
Tizzano’s Party Center
1361 East 260th Street, Euclid, 44132
October is Fire Safety Month, an excellent time to review your Fire Plans and procedures at work and at home. However, are you confident with your knowledge and understanding of fire safety? Come take our challenge to test what you know about fires and what should you do in certain fire situations.
Chief Haddock will administer a Fire Safety Quiz for everyone to complete. He will go through the quiz and provide the correct answers to each question. His presentation will include various aspects of fire safety relevant to both the workplace and at home. There will be a special prize for the person who achieves 100% on the quiz. In the event of multiple winners, all winners will be placed in a drawing and one person will be selected as the grand prize winner.
Christopher Haddock joined the Euclid Fire Department in 1990. Over the past 28 years, he has served in every rank at the Fire Department from firefighter/paramedic to Assistant Fire Chief.He was appointed as Chief on February 18, 2014.The Chief has certifications that include Fire Officer 1, 2, and 3, and is a state certified paramedic, fire safety investigator, fire safety inspector, fire safety instructor, haz-mat technician and incident safety officer.He has been the EMS coordinator for the department and on the regional technical rescue team, as well as a member of the honor guard, travelling to services of fallen firefighters. Chief Haddock has a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Cleveland State University, an Associate of Arts degree in fire science from Lakeland Community College, is a graduate of the Ohio Fire Executive Program from the Ohio Fire and Emergency Services Foundation and is currently working on a master’s degree.
The cost for members is $22 and $27 for non-members. For those who chose to pay at the door, you may pay only by cash or check; no credit cards will be accepted. All attendees must make their payment on or before the meeting, members cannot request to be invoiced. Anyone making a reservation and do not attend without making a proper cancelation will be charged for the meeting. This meeting qualifies as 1 of the 10 meetings that are required under the BWC’s Safety Council Rebate Program.
IMPORTANT – For your organization to receive credit for attending the meeting you must stay until the end. If you leave early, your organization may not receive credit for the meeting.
3rd Annual Food Drive
We will be conducting our 3rd Annual Food Drive at our monthly luncheon meetings in September and October. We are asking our members and friends to bring nonperishable food items to these meetings. The items collected will be given to the Greater Cleveland Foodbank. The need for food in our area is growing and we want to help meet this need with your support.
We are also accepting cash donations. A dollar goes much further when spent by the Foodbank because of their extended buying power. Monetary donations will be accepted in the form of cash or check, and donations can be made with a credit card by calling the Safety Council Office. Checks should be made payable to the Greater Cleveland Foodbank.
To show our appreciation to those who contributed to the Food Drive, the Safety Council will hold a raffle at the October luncheon meeting. The raffle prize will be disclosed at the October meeting. Those who participate will receive 1 raffle ticket for every 2 items or $2 that they donate. There is no limit on donations so please be generous. Donations will only be accepted at the September and October luncheon meetings. The raffle prize will be available for pick-up at the October meeting. The winner does not have to be present to win.