Emergency Response

The Thomas Jefferson High School’s Student Emergency Response Club is sponsoring our 15th annual Mass Casualty Incident and Emergency Evacuation Drill scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 26th, 2014 at 8:30 A.M. The Mass Casualty Incident Drill will simulate a shallow 7.2 magnitude earthquake, trapping more than 80 students and staff members in 12 separate building. This drill will test TJ’s Building Safety Plan, using approximately 150 staff members and 300 Emergency Response student volunteers.

Teams of four responsible for patient assessment, treatment, packaging, and ensuring transport of injured victims on backboards to the Medical Treatment Area. Students trained as first responders in TJ’s Emergency Response Club, and the Emergency Response and Health Careers Class.

Teams of four responsible for patient assessment, treatment, packaging, and ensuring transport of injured victims on backboards to the Medical Treatment Area. Students trained as first responders in TJ’s Emergency Response Club, and the Emergency Response and Health Careers Class.

Emergency Response Power Standards

For further information on Thomas Jefferson High School’s Emergency Plan, contact: 

Monica Watchie, Emergency Response Coordinator 

School:  253-945-5695       
E-mail:  mwatchie@fwps.org