To become a CART volunteer:
1. Complete the Application
to become a CART volunteer.
2. Read and sign the Code
of Conduct and submit it with
3. Read and sign the Volunteer
Agreement and submit it with your
your documentation to CART to
5. Get Registered with
Ohio Responds (online registration
for liability coverage) .
6. Take the online State
Fire School Water Awareness course.
Go to their website www.onllinefireschoolbgsu.com
then go to home page and sign up
7. Take some of the online FEMA
training courses within a year of
becoming a CART member.
FEMA offers free training courses
on-line available 24/7.
This training is federally
required for all our volunteers so that
we can continue to comply with Federal
certificates of course completion to
email@example.com. HINT: It
is recommended that when you start a
course, you first print the test
questions and answer them as you go
through the course. Then go
through the test and enter your answers.
You'll need to complete
IS-100, IS-200, IS-700 and IS-800.
IS-11 and IS-111 courses are related to
animals and are recommended but not
required. Team leaders and
officers will also need to complete
IS-10 and IS-11 and a hazmat
course. Go to the list of
Independent Study courses offered by
8. Attend a training course
presented by a national response agency
such as American Humane or Red Rover.
Tri-State CART recommends these
organization's two or three day training
sessions. For information go to
9. (Optional): Become a
member of a Community Emergency Response
Team (CERT) All
Tri-State CART members MUST be prepared
to get their own family and animals to
safety before responding to help others
and CERT will help you be prepared and
trained to do that.
10. (Optional): Become
a registered volunteer with the Tristate
Medical Reserve Corps. You
do not need to be a
medical professional to join this group.
The orientation training is eye
opening regarding the possible response
to an outbreak or other medical
disaster. MRC members
are offered vaccinations first if a
disease outbreak is expected so that
they may help others during the
11. (Optional): From
time to time we will send out e-mails
about other training opportunities
around the Tri-state.
We encourage you to get as much training
as possible Just remember to send a copy
of any certificate of completion you
get to our volunteer
firstname.lastname@example.org so we may
record it in your volunteer records.
This allows us to better assess
which volunteer is best suited to which
task during a disaster.
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