What is R.O.G.E.R.?

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OUR APPROACH TO SAFETY IS FOCUSED ON EMPOWERING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS TO RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO ANY CRISIS. 

Since 2007, we have: 

Issued over 200,000 First Aid and CPR Cards

Issued over 200,000 First Aid and CPR Cards

Protected the lives of over 100,000 students

Protected the lives of over 100,000 students

Protected the lives of over two (2) million eventgoers

Protected the lives of over two (2) million eventgoers

Served over 911,000 slices of pizza

Served over 911,000 slices of pizza


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A Letter from Founder and CEO, Chris Joffe

At Joffe Emergency Services, our mission is to shape and improve school, business, and event safety. We believe safety should be fun, empowering, and transformative. By staying true to our mission, we’ve helped protect millions of lives since 2007.

Each interaction you have with preparedness should be matched with a deeper investment and a more powerful understanding. That’s why we’re in the business of professionalizing the field of emergency and disaster education. When communities we’ve engaged with understand the underlying concepts without fear or apprehension, we believe we’ve succeeded. Every successful training, drill, or life saved is cause for celebration, and every challenge is an opportunity.

Our strong commitment to excellence has given us the edge in technology, resources, and partnerships, providing the best possible solutions to our clients for any emergency situation that may arise. Responding to the very emergencies we train our communities to prevent allows us incredibly authentic real-world scenarios and a unique ability to understand our communities’ culture.

In addition, we offer clients several levels of preparedness with our vitals and essentials plans, as well as an online webinar series alternative. Products such as emergency food and water, lockdown kits, and AEDs are available to order.

As we continue this conversation, we hope to specify what will become our shared vision for this work. As always, thank you for your time, energy, and willingness to participate in creating a safer world.

Chris Joffe, CEO and Founder

Chris Joffe, CEO and Founder

Chris has helped protect millions of lives since 2007. Based on the belief that people have the power to save lives through education and training, Chris has built Joffe Emergency Services to become the leader in life-saving training, event safety, and disaster preparedness. Chris has flown commercial so much that he's becoming a pilot now. Seriously. Ask him for a ride somewhere.

Chris has helped protect millions of lives since 2007. Based on the belief that people have the power to save lives through education and training, Chris has built Joffe Emergency Services to become the leader in life-saving training, event safety, and disaster preparedness. Chris has flown commercial so much that he's becoming a pilot now. Seriously. Ask him for a ride somewhere.

Chris Joffe
Founder and CEO

With more than ten years leading organizational operations and culture, Andrew has had extensive experience with emergency planning, communication, and protocols to ensure safe communities. Andrew helps schools and businesses develop organizational capacity to manage new situations and the skills to address any situation a community may encounter with a process-oriented approach.

With more than ten years leading organizational operations and culture, Andrew has had extensive experience with emergency planning, communication, and protocols to ensure safe communities. Andrew helps schools and businesses develop organizational capacity to manage new situations and the skills to address any situation a community may encounter with a process-oriented approach.

Andrew Barrett-Weiss
Campus Safety Manager

As a Joffe regional response manager, Will provides planning services that mitigate dangerous situations in order to protect lives. He has a degree in history and loves to cook, favoring recipes from the 18th century.

As a Joffe regional response manager, Will provides planning services that mitigate dangerous situations in order to protect lives. He has a degree in history and loves to cook, favoring recipes from the 18th century.

Will Brown
Regional Response Manager

 

Jack has 20 years of experience in human capital management with nationally recognized success in the programs he helped build.  At Joffe, Jack aims to foster progressive employment practices that ensure high employee engagement and mission fulfillment. Jack has climbed Mt. Fuji in Japan twice but claims that the hillside in his backyard is harder to conquer!

Jack has 20 years of experience in human capital management with nationally recognized success in the programs he helped build.  At Joffe, Jack aims to foster progressive employment practices that ensure high employee engagement and mission fulfillment. Jack has climbed Mt. Fuji in Japan twice but claims that the hillside in his backyard is harder to conquer!

Jack O'Laughlin
Chief of People and Operations

Patrick joined the Joffe team to help manage emergency response initiatives in the Bay Area.  Working alongside military personnel around the globe has helped shape his commitment to being of service to others.  Patrick’s daily life struggle is tiring out his dog, a Vizsla named Chugo.

Patrick joined the Joffe team to help manage emergency response initiatives in the Bay Area.  Working alongside military personnel around the globe has helped shape his commitment to being of service to others.  Patrick’s daily life struggle is tiring out his dog, a Vizsla named Chugo.

Patrick Rosca
National Director, School Safety

Darren has worked in the healthcare field since becoming an ER tech at a level I trauma center in 1998. He's since worked both in an out of the hospital as an ER Tech, EMT, and Advanced EMT doing street EMS, standby EMS for 50k+ person events, and in the urgent care environment. He has a strong belief in preparation, training and continuing education, and has completed advanced training in Disaster Life Support & Medical Life Support. During a break from working in healthcare Darren worked as a writer and editor, and spent time as a photojournalist. He continues to write and edit today when he's not out on the water sailing or settled down with a good book. He is enrolled in Paramedic school.

Darren has worked in the healthcare field since becoming an ER tech at a level I trauma center in 1998. He's since worked both in an out of the hospital as an ER Tech, EMT, and Advanced EMT doing street EMS, standby EMS for 50k+ person events, and in the urgent care environment. He has a strong belief in preparation, training and continuing education, and has completed advanced training in Disaster Life Support & Medical Life Support. During a break from working in healthcare Darren worked as a writer and editor, and spent time as a photojournalist. He continues to write and edit today when he's not out on the water sailing or settled down with a good book. He is enrolled in Paramedic school.

Darren Dale
Regional Incident Commander

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"Charlie"
Company Friend

Zach Menzer arrives at Joffe after spending over 15 years in education working as a teacher and school administrator.  Zach has worked with public, charter, and independent schools, making school safety a priority at every level.  As the director of business development, one of Zach’s primary responsibilities is to know Joffe’s clients and increase the number of organizations Joffe empowers on a daily basis.  Zach is a 200+ average league bowler and competes in the annual United States Bowling Open Championships

Zach Menzer arrives at Joffe after spending over 15 years in education working as a teacher and school administrator.  Zach has worked with public, charter, and independent schools, making school safety a priority at every level.  As the director of business development, one of Zach’s primary responsibilities is to know Joffe’s clients and increase the number of organizations Joffe empowers on a daily basis.  Zach is a 200+ average league bowler and competes in the annual United States Bowling Open Championships

Zach Menzer
Director of Development

Shannon comes to Joffe with over 20 years of combined experience as an Emergency Medical Technician, a CPR/AED/First Aid instructor, and a security professional. She has served in varying roles in an independent school for 16 years, most recently as the Director of Health, Safety, and Security, and is passionate about helping people help others through training. She holds a doctorate in Clinical Forensic Psychology and is currently an adjunct professor who teaches courses in threat assessment, family violence, and mental health law. Shannon also works in animal rescue in the Los Angeles area and has had over 90 foster dogs in her home, (though not all at the same time). Interestingly, while she has completed two full and two half-Los Angeles marathons, she still insists on finding the closest parking space to any store entrance when driving.

Shannon comes to Joffe with over 20 years of combined experience as an Emergency Medical Technician, a CPR/AED/First Aid instructor, and a security professional. She has served
in varying roles in an independent school for 16 years, most recently as the Director of Health, Safety, and Security, and is passionate about helping people help others through training. She
holds a doctorate in Clinical Forensic Psychology and is currently an adjunct professor who teaches courses in threat assessment, family violence, and mental health law. Shannon also works in animal rescue in the Los Angeles area and has had over 90 foster dogs in her home,
(though not all at the same time). Interestingly, while she has completed two full and two half-Los Angeles marathons, she still insists on finding the closest parking space to any store
entrance when driving.

Dr. Shannon Wasley

Regional Response Manager

An enthusiastic transplant from Boston, Nina is thrilled to make Santa Monica her new home and contribute her sales experience to a locally based, community minded company. Nina earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Science, and to Get CPR Done, she contributes her background in medical research, extensive sales experience, and desire to serve clients. Outside of coordinating classes, Nina is a long-time yoga instructor and enjoys hiking the countless trails of L.A. County. 

An enthusiastic transplant from Boston, Nina is thrilled to make Santa Monica her new home and contribute her sales experience to a locally based, community minded company. Nina earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Science, and to Get CPR Done, she contributes her background in medical research, extensive sales experience, and desire to serve clients. Outside of coordinating classes, Nina is a long-time yoga instructor and enjoys hiking the countless trails of L.A. County. 

Nina Hayes
Outside Sales Manager, Get CPR Done