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DSCC Installation CPR and AED Training Program
Associates at the Defense Supply Center Columbus participate in a free adult specific cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator training. Once trained, associates may volunteer to be part of the First Response Team members to assist employees at the worksite in an emergency situation in the areas they are trained until the response team arrives.
May 28, 2019 - The training and existence of voluntary First Response Team members lessens the impact of sudden cardiac arrest by supporting employee and worksite preparedness and response and optimizing a person’s chance for survival. Team members are volunteers, who are currently certified. Responsibilities include providing CPR, the use of an AED or Heimlich Maneuver for choking in an emergency situation to associates who are in need of assistance until emergency personnel arrive. Associates can register for a class by calling the Building 21 Health Clinic at 614-701-5104.

EMS Week Spotlight: Jason Stanley
Jason Stanley is a firefighter and emergency medical technician for the Defense Logistics Agency Columbus Fire and Emergency Services. Stanley has been an EMT for 23 years and has worked at the Defense Supply Center Columbus for the past 10 years. He decided to become an EMT to help people in need and serve his community by making a positive difference.
May 21, 2019 - “DLA Columbus Fire and Emergency Services would like to honor Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician Jason Stanley for his efforts beyond the call,” said, DLA Columbus Assistant Fire Chief Paul Alexander. Stanley first became a firefighter and an EMT in 1994. He joined DLA Columbus as a fire inspector in 2008. In 2010, he transitioned from a fire inspector role to that of a firefighter and EMT. Stanley joined the Ohio Air National Guard as a Search and Extraction Medic in 2013. He’s current a Staff Sergeant and will be promoted to Technical Sergeant June 1.

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About Leadership Development Council

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Mission Statement

The Leadership Development Council is committed to fostering leadership and critical decision-making skills by providing the DLA Land and Maritime workforce with continuous learning opportunities through education forums, networking and professional events.

Vision

The Leadership Development Council is a vital resource in providing DLA Land and Maritime associates with opportunities for the development of skills, competencies and abilities needed to succeed in personal and professional leadership roles.   

Responsibilities

To succeed in this mission, officers and members of the Leadership Development Council are charged with:

  • Consistently demonstrating the organization’s core values of enthusiasm, initiative, poise, industriousness, confidence, integrity and loyalty. They will strive each day, through their actions, to inspire others to reach their potential. 
  • Developing leadership and critical decision-making skills by providing associates with continuous learning opportunities through educational forums, networking and professional events.
Membership
  • Any active or retired military or civilian employee working at the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) can become a member.
  • Associates interested in membership should contact the Membership Chair.
  • Each member has the right to nominate a current member, including themselves, for election to the Board of Directors.

Events & Activities

View all events and activities on the official DLA Land and Maritime calendar.


Related Videos

No more barriers. More valuing our differences. "...our greatest accomplishments are achieved when diverse perspectives are brought to bear to overcome our greatest challenges." President Barack Obama. Our differences are our strengths. For more information visit your local Equal Employment Opportunity Office. Mr. Brad Bunn, Director of DLA Human Resources, talks to the DLA Human Resources team about Continuous Process (CPI) and how they can use CPI to improve J1 services and support to their customers. For more information DLA Human Resources personnel should contact their CPI point-of-contact in J1 or the DLA Transformation office (DT).

 

 

Employee resiliency is something we can all support. The Profiles in Resiliency video series highlights different employees sharing their story and what they did to stay strong and resilient. For more information about DLA's program visit: www.dla.mil/info/resiliency

This Profile in Resiliency video highlights Linda Yoneshige, DLA Troop Support Pacific, sharing her story and what she did to stay strong and resilient. This Profile in Resiliency video highlights CSM Charles Tobin, DLA Headquarters, sharing his story and what he did to stay strong and resilient.