We know many of our fellow small businesses in our local community have been hit hard by the current pandemic (we’ve certainly seen major impact in our business) .net framework 4.7.1 다운로드.
Well we wanted to use our platform to be able to simultaneously help our local community members AND fellow small business owners by creating our “Make May Matter” 28-Day Fitness Challenge 다운로드.
Well we here at ADAPT Training in Beaverton decided we are going to put a stake in the ground to “Make May Matter” by focusing on what we CAN Control over these next 30 days – our health and fitness, and also supporting our local small business community 카카오 폰트 다운로드!
Here’s what we’re doing….
This is a true win-win-win that helps restore the health of not just our individual community members but our businesses as well.
WHAT WE’RE ASKING:
If you are a small local business for which a $20 Gift Card doesn’t quite work (e.g. larger purchases, services, etc), please let us know if you have a special you’d like to promote and we will create a master directory we can publish and distribute as well.
We are extremely excited for this opportunity to not just help our local community but to show the power of a community that is committed to what we can control!
ADAPT is a local small business based in Beaverton who has been in the community for 20 years, and knows firsthand the struggles that go with it – even in normal times!
For our 20 years ADAPT has been the leader in helping clients unlock Physical Freedom, and we feel more strongly now than ever that the world needs our unique expertise.
Together let’s put a stake in the ground and commit to making May a month you actually get BETTER and not just get through…
Please let us know any questions and we look forward to partnering to truly “Make May Matter”!
CEO, ADAPT Training
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Firefighters and Paramedics Begin Wearing More Sustainable Personal Protective Equipment
As part of Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue’s continued efforts to protect first responders and patients from exposure and spread of COVID-19, our crews will begin using more sustainable personal protective equipment (PPE) on the majority of our medical calls, which will help reduce the consumption of PPE supplies that have been challenging to replenish 백범일지.
When responding to most medical calls, community members may see our firefighter medics and paramedics wearing PPE that includes a ventilator mask, safety goggles, a face shield, gloves, and a Tyvek suit (see attached photo) 다운로드.
We understand that firefighters arriving in this protective equipment may come as a surprise to some, and we appreciate the community’s understanding as we make this transition with sustainability in mind 로직 악기. If you see one of our responders wearing this PPE, rest assure that the person under the gear is still the same caring and professional firefighter medic or paramedic who wants to help you or your loved one get the necessary medical attention they require 다운로드.
The decision to shift to this PPE comes in response to the uncertainty of medical supply chains and the need to preserve the PPE we wear for the unknown amount of time that this pandemic will continue 곰레코더.
Request for PPE Donations
Due to continued national medical supply shortages, TVF&R is encouraging residents and local businesses to consider donating new, unused PPE.
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout our communities, our firefighter medics and paramedics need to wear specific gear on medical calls to help prevent exposure and spread of the highly contagious virus. Replenishing this gear has proven to be challenging, while vendors work as quickly as possible to fill orders but are unable to keep up with the unprecedented high demand.
We are asking the public to please consider donating new, unused PPE that you do not currently need. Items we are looking for include:
If you have any of these items that you are able to donate, please email email@example.com and include a description of what items you have and the quantity. Our Supply staff will then work with you to either schedule a pickup or arrange a delivery.
All donations are tax deductible; receipts can be provided upon request.
In order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, please continue to follow the direction of health officials and Governor Kate Brown’s executive order. Detailed COVID-19 information can be found at the Oregon Health Authority’s COVID-19 website.