IGH FD can help you to prepare for fires, natural disasters, and other threats to life and property. We have many educational resources available to help you learn to identify and eliminate safety hazards, gain knowledge in fire prevention, and understand what to do in an emergency.
- Recipe Book for Fire Safety (PDF)
- H.E.A.T. Educational Booklet (PDF)
- Family Friendly First Aid Checklist (PDF)
Click on the video links below to learn more about how to save your life and the lives of others in an emergency:
American Heart CPR / First Aid Classes
Inver Grove Heights Fire Department personnel offer American Heart Association CPR and First Aid classes to groups or individuals. We have several AHA Certified CPR instructors and are able to accommodate and teach various class sizes, as well as varying levels of CPR and First Aid.
For more information, or instructor availability, please contact:
Lieutenant Dan Bernardy
Heart Safe Community
The Inver Grove Heights Fire Department has begun working jointly with a number of different local entities, including Simley High School, Inver Hills Community College EMS, and several others, to establish the city of Inver Grove Heights as a Heart Safe Community. It does so through widespread CPR training throughout the community and affiliates, widespread AED placement and maintenance in public places, and aggressive resuscitation protocols by our firefighters and first responders.
An In-Depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness
You and your family can take simple steps now to prepare for emergencies. By doing so, you take back control—even in the uncertainty of disaster.
This free comprehensive guide will provide you with detailed information on how best to prepare for disasters within your family and in your community. Taking simple actions to protect against disaster helps you, your family, your community, and your country in important ways.
Take an active role in your safety go to: www.Ready.gov