Mequon, West Allis campuses host MATC Safety Fair

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Mequon, West Allis campuses host MATC Safety Fair

Steffanie Peterson, first-year nursing student, “fights” the virtual fire and successfully extinguishes it at the Mequon campus Safety Fair.

Steffanie Peterson, first-year nursing student, “fights” the virtual fire and successfully extinguishes it at the Mequon campus Safety Fair.

Photo by Kerry Lynch

Steffanie Peterson, first-year nursing student, “fights” the virtual fire and successfully extinguishes it at the Mequon campus Safety Fair.

Photo by Kerry Lynch

Photo by Kerry Lynch

Steffanie Peterson, first-year nursing student, “fights” the virtual fire and successfully extinguishes it at the Mequon campus Safety Fair.

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If a fire starts near you are you prepared to extinguish it? Students had the opportunity to learn about the features of fire extinguishers and to use one to put out a virtual fire at the Mequon campus on Oct. 10 and the West Allis campus on Oct. 24 during the MATC Safety Fair. Campus Public Safety officers were on hand to also assist students in signing up for RaveAlert, the school’s system to provide emergency and school-closing alert messages to students, faculty and staff.

Photo by Kerry Lynch
Fire service employee Jeff Uhlenberg demonstrates the features and operation of a fire extinguisher to Bryana Trevino (left), Associate of Science student and Brianna Guember, Associate of Arts student.

Photo by Kerry Lynch
Public Safety Specialists Luis Acevedo (left), Lynn Whitlow (background), Michele Zollicoffer and Lt. Karina Taylor at the Safety Fair at the MATC Mequon campus.

Photo by Kerry Lynch
Dragan Pavlovic (right), Environmental Health and Water Quality student, signs up for RaveAlerts with assistance from Safety Officer Lynn Whitlow as Safety Officer Luis Acevedo looks on.

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