It’s Time for a Change
Looking for the Next Great Opportunity
Driven to help mankind, Sandra is a retired career Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Hazmat Specialist, and Local 1091 Laborer who has learned physical and mental strength. She faced the important responsibility of preventing and controlling fires and responding to emergencies involving life, property, and the environment. She worked as part of an emergency and urgent care team, taking care of patients at the scene of an accident and while taking patients to the hospital. Her skills allow her to assess a patient’s condition and manage respiratory, cardiac, and trauma emergencies.
Sandra’s experience with environmental health and safety regulations allows for the proper handling and disposal of hazardous materials. She coordinates special waste disposal projects, including handling toxic gases, infectious materials, asbestos, PCBs, hazardous chemicals, and mixed waste, including radioactive materials.
Areas of Expertise
Responded to fires, medical emergencies, car accidents, high-angle and water rescues, confined spaces, and natural disasters. Worked as part of a team to put out fires, rescue people from burning buildings, respond to hazmat incidences, provide medical care to those in need, and protect property from damage. Sandra not only participates in ongoing training and education to maintain her skills and knowledge, she also provides education and training to the public and community.
Responsible for handling hazardous materials and ensuring that they are safely transported, stored, and disposed of in compliance with government regulations. This involves using protective equipment, specialized tools, and equipment to handle dangerous substances and disposal.
Emergency Medical Technician
Worked as a part of an emergency and urgent care team assessing an injured or ill patient's condition whether respiratory, cardiac, or trauma at the scene of an emergency.
Instructor & Trainer
Teaching individuals and groups procedures for providing basic first aid and CPR to people experiencing medical emergencies.
Covers topics such as how to identify and respond to various medical emergencies, including heart attacks, strokes, and allergic reactions, as well as how to manage bleeding and perform basic wound care.
Appreciation From Those Served
"Thank you for saving my life. You did CPR on me at the Christmas City of the North Parade. If it weren't for you I would be in the ground.
Kayla, Duluth Resident
"My wife Debbie is alive and recovering after the boat incident in Lake Havasu. I think about your help and can't think that you didn't make the key choices in her survival. Will never forget you.
Tracey Family, San Diego