As a private, non-profit public benefit organization focused on community safety and resiliency, The Safe Community Project, its operational units MySafe:LA and MySafe:Riverside are committed to supporting the actions that will mitigate risk to people living in the geographic areas in which the organization has a presence. The organization advances its mission via education, awareness, training, and collaborative partnerships with first resopnder agencies. Our values are best represented by the people who work with us.
The organization is committed to providing quality service to the people we serve.
Our members understand that preparedness involves all of the various components that make up our core values – to provide service, to be ethical, and to act with selfless commitment to safety and resilience.
DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION
Whether related to accessibility, gender, ethnicity, age or sexual orientation, it’s important to find intentional ways to grow in our understanding and support of others. The Safe Community Project’s (MySafe:LA) commitment to fostering an inclusive culture is a core component of our mission. We believe identifying ourselves as visible and voluntary allies is vital amidst the challenges all of us face in our daily lives. We are focused on encouraging and supporting an environment where all colleagues feels supported to bring their whole selves to work.
We strive to provide educational content and awareness that promotes safety to all of the individuals we come into contact with. This includes home inspections, training sessions, safety fairs, one on one training, and development of emergency response and emergency operation centers materials.
A commitment to the objectives of our mission is an essential part of our code of conduct. Our people believe in our mission, and they believe that to achieve a safer community, each one of us must fulfil our obligations with professional service, honesty, and pride.