Our kitchen is used for many events and it is difficult to track which foods are for various events or how long food has been around. Please help us make sure that foods are used by the right group by labeling each item and with the purpose and a healthy kitchen (and congregation) with the … Continue reading Safety Tip: Kitchen Safety
If you are working in the kitchen or helping with the any of the other activities which go on throughout the winter, please be sure to lower the thermostat to 50 degrees before leaving. It is also very important to check that both front and back doors are locked before leaving. Thank you!
HSCC now has four fire blankets located in the “corners” of the sanctuary under the front and rear pews. Fire blankets are used to wrap around a person whose clothing is on fire. They may also be used around grease fires to extinguish a flame. During candlelight services, someone is designated as responsible for … Continue reading Safety Tip: Fire Blankets
Did you know there are fire extinguishers placed in numerous locations in throughout the church? These extinguishers are checked monthly by custodians and reviewed annually by an inspection service to insure that they are fully active and ready for use, should they be needed. Extinguisher location is identified by a large red arrow. Learning where … Continue reading Safety Tip: Fire Extinguishers
Exit signs are lighted and provide direction for safely exiting the building, even in the dark, should there be an emergency. Those unfamiliar with our church home or any unsure of a safe exit can look to these for assistance. Their appearance may vary from location to location but their purpose is the same: to … Continue reading Safety Tip: Exit Signs
Did you know we have an Automated External Defibrillator? It is located centrally at the top of the stairs that lead to Fellowship Hall above the kitchen. Although it has yet to be used for an emergency situation, it is equipment designed to be used in conjunction with CPR. When activated, there are voice commands … Continue reading Safety Tip: Automated External Defibrillator Location