Classes are taught every 2nd and 3rd Wednesday at 6:30pm. Call 859-498-1318 for more information or to schedule a class.
According to research by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration three out of four child safety seats are improperly installed. It is important for parents and caregivers to carefully read the child safety seat instructions, in addition to the vehicle owner’s manual instructions regarding installing a safety seat. They should also get their child restraint inspected by a certified technician to make sure they installed it correctly.
Montgomery Co. Fire/EMS recommends the following sites to parents and children as not only fun sites with many enjoyable activities, but also as places to increase awareness about fire safety.
Montgomery County Fire/EMS is very involved in educational activities and spreading the word about fire prevention to our community. Many times a year we go out into our community and provide classes and demonstrations to help people learn about fire safety.
Montgomery County Fire/EMS is happy to accommodate visits to the fire station for area groups. Throughout the year we welcome visits from school groups, scout troops, daycare and church youths, and we strive to give children a positive image of the firefighters and the department in general.
In October 2002 (example) Montgomery County Fire/EMS placed one of its most valuable learning tools into service. Our fire safety trailer is a hands-on mobile classroom affording students a chance to learn and practice fire safety in a realistic, but controlled environment. This scaled-down version of a home has a living room, kitchen, and bedroom, where kids can learn about fire safety and hazards in the home.
According to research by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration three out of four child safety seats are improperly installed. It is important for parents and caregivers to carefully read the child safety seat instructions, in addition to the vehicle owner’s manual instructions regarding installing a safety seat.
Montgomery County Fire/EMS does not offer CPR classes as an organization; however we do have CPR instructors on staff that offers classes to the public in their spare time. If you are in need of a class, please call us at (859) 498-1318 and we will put you in contact with an appropriate instructor.
We held our first EMT class in 2008 and are happy to say that 28 people graduated the class and were eligible to take the National Registry Exam for certification in Kentucky.
Congratulations to all of the students that participated in this class.
Our newest station is home to Engine 1
This is home of our Administrative offices
Apparatus stationed here are Engine-3, EC-3, Brush-1
Apparatus stationed here are ENG-4, ENG-24
Apparatus stationed here are Engine 7
Non-Firefighter Paramedic doesn't have to mean EMS Only!! We encourage our non-firefighter paramedics to be as active as they want to be with all (non-firefighting) aspects of the job including but not limited to: Rehab, Rope Rescue, Extrication, Swift Water Rescue, Search and Rescue, etc. Please contact the number in the advertisement for more information. You can find an application on the website or stop in 805 Indian Mound Drive and pick one up. ... See MoreSee Less
Do they make more than their Fire counterparts?
Great idea but you'll probably get a separate payscale that's hilariously lower than the FF side and high chance they're gonna treat you like a second class citizen
What is the pay scale and is there a shaving requirement?
$14 and hour. Wow. 😂😂😂
Post this in EMS Job Fair!
So uh... We gonna post the pay, or nah?
1st Battalion at McNabb Middle School Career Day! ... See MoreSee Less
Did you all learn anything while at school?
Good bunch right there!
Station 2 (headquarters/administration)
805 Indian Mound Drive
Mt Sterling, Ky 40353
(859) 498-1318 Administrative
(859) 498-4357 EMS non-emergency & Billing information