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DVD-based training package describes the function of the Emergency Operations Center and how it is staffed, organized and activated. Designed for federal, state, tribal and local emergency management personnel as well as private industry and disaster response organization personnel. Portrays how... Read more »
DVD-based training package provides safety training for hospital personnel who may participate in decontamination of patients during mass casualty events. Provides at least 8 hours of OSHA Hazwoper training, leading to Operations Level certification. Follows accreditation standards of the Joint... Read more »
DVD-based training package provides 8 hours of OSHA Hazwoper training for emergency responders. The package comprises five DVDs plus a Leader's Guide and teaches the core competencies required for certification at the Operations Level. It helps set up a program to apply the lessons learned to a... Read more »
DVD-based training package helps small and medium-sized organizations create action plans to be used at incidents of all sizes and to help them conform with the new Private Sector Preparedness Accreditation and Certification Program from FEMA. Topics covered include developing an emergency... Read more »
Best-selling 8-part DVD-based training series provides Operations Level, Technician Level & Command Level training for hazardous materials incidents, as required by OSHA's Hazwoper law and NFPA 472. Based on the highly-regarded manual, Hazardous Materials: Managing the Incident, this series is a... Read more »
Safety training for emergency responders who may be involved in response to a mass shooting. In such incidents, normal safety protocols may be suspended as law enforcement personnel and others quickly respond without waiting for support teams. This compelling program combines realistic scenarios... Read more »
This program provides meth lab response training for emergency personnel who may encounter a clandestine drug lab during routine calls, or who may be involved in taking down a lab. It is an ideal resource for law enforcement, hazmat teams, EMS, and other emergency personnel. Topics covered... Read more »
The Rapid Intervention Crew is a unit made up of emergency responders trained in emergency scene rescue techniques. The Crew's objective is to rescue emergency responders who become trapped, injured or missing during response activities. This program provides training for those personnel.... Read more »
Comprehensive & thorough, this new program trains emergency personnel in mission specific Operations Level competencies. It is designed for emergency personnel who may respond to incidents involving radiation resulting from accidents, natural disasters or terrorism. This new program: •Follows... Read more »
Three titles provide a comprehensive examination of response issues in a confined space emergency. Addresses the requirements of OSHA's Permit-Required Confined Space Standard (29 CFR 1910.146), NFPA 1006, Standard for Rescue Technician Professional Qualifications, and NFPA 1670, Standard on... Read more »
"Sulfuric Acid and Hydrochloric Acid" is a DVD-based safety training program about the hazards of acids and safe response to incidents involving acids. Corrosives have a destructive and irreversible effect on tissue. This training program provides important safety information for workers who... Read more »
"Anhydrous Ammonia" is a DVD-based safety training program about the hazards of Anhydrous Ammonia and safe response to incidents involving this dangerous gas. This program was updated in 2008 with new footage, new animations, information about the use of anhydrous ammonia in clandestine drug... Read more »
"Chlorine" is a safety video about the hazards of the industrial gas chlorine and safe response to incidents involving chlorine. It is part of the HazChem Series and is available separately or as a part of the series. Chlorine is found in almost every town because it is used in water and... Read more »
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