Puyallup CERT


How to Become a Member

Members are required to attend a CERT Basic Course. These classes are free & eligible participants must be 16 years or older. For graduates that would like to become an active CERT, members are required to read & adhere to the following:

  1. Puyallup CERT Standard Operating Procedures

Members must complete the following applications:

  1. City of Puyallup Volunteer Application
  2. City of Puyallup Background
  3. CERT Volunteer Agreement
  4. CERT Code of Conduct

For those that would like to participate as a deployable CERT in the region, members must complete the additional requirements:

  1. Complete FEMA Independent Study Courses 100, 200, and 700. (You will need a student ID. If you do not have one, please reference the FEMA Student Identification System Q&A.)
  2. WA Emergency Worker Card
  3. Pierce County Emergency Worker Application & Guidelines

To remain an active Puyallup CERT, members are required to attend one CERT training session/event each year and one CERT call-out/drill each year. All forms can be submitted to prepare@puyallupwa.gov or delivered to: 1100 39th AVE SE, Building A, Puyallup, WA 98374.

Puyallup CERT Forms

Members must keep copies of the following documents in their CERT Response Bags:

  1. CERT Response Bag Checklist
  2. CERT Forms
  3. ICS 214
  4. State of WA Emergency Worker Daily Activity Report
  5. CERT Accident, Injury, Illness, and Exposure Report
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