PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: To better prepare responders to work effectively and efficiently with a consistent nationwide approach in preparing for, preventing, responding to, and recovering from domestic incidents, regardless of cause, size, type, or complexity.
The NIMS Development Program being taught in this presentation includes extensive outreach to State, Local and Tribal Officials; to the emergency response community and to the private sector.
PROGARM CONTENT: Instruction is based on the law and directives, recommended standards and procedures and "street-smart norms" taught by veteran emergency responders and is 24 hours in length.
Each attendee will be provided program materials and Certificate of Compliance
The program is equally about the Strategic Incident Commander/ICS types as well as about other individuals/Tactical Commanders and their positions and responsibilities and how important the managing of these operations are to successfully resolving an incident. Focus will be on: Managing first-on-the-scene/first responders as well as advanced operations including fire, police/security, medical, haz mat, environmental, safety, support, public works, emergency management, rescue and many other groups and their respective operations. (The Program addresses basic, intermediate, advanced, multi-agency and executive ICS curriculum.)
Can be used to meet Initial, Refresher and/or Supplemental Training:
Meets Applicable OSHA (29 CFR 1910.120) - EPA (40 CFR) - DOT (49 CFR) USCG (33 CFR) - NFPA 471-473 - CDC - NIOSH - FWPCOA -DOD USAF 32 4002 - SERC, Department Of Homeland Security (HSPD-5)... Compliance and/or Recommended Standards!
This program is also a Continuing Education Class Accredited by the Council of Occupational Education, U.S. Department of Education Title 4C (in conjunction with the Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center).
Please note: Some Safety Systems Courses are National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (Pro-Board) Accredited, through The Partnership/Auspices of Great Oaks Institute of Technology in Cincinnati, Ohio.
LOCATION: Safety Systems' facility located at 8838 CR 137
(4 miles West of the I-75 & I-10 interchange, Exit 292 off I-10) Suwannee County, Florida
(Live Oak, Florida area).
PRIMARY SUBJECT AREAS OF INSTRUCTION INCLUDE:
COMMAND AND MANAGEMENT
Incident Command System (ICS)
COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
ONGOING MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE
COMMAND AND CONTROL OPERATIONS INCLUDE...
Small, Medium and Large Leaks, Spills, Fires and Explosions
Including Cargo And Tank Truck Incidents
Single and Multiple Rail Car Incidents Including Major Derailments
Industrial and Fixed Location Problems Including Pipeline Emergencies
Human Entrapment and Rescue Under Adverse Conditions...
Terrorism/WMD and Work Place Violence/Tradegies
Special and Unusual Events
HANDS-ON SIMULATIONS / EXERCISE:
An on-site leak, fire, and explosion simulated incident will be conducted to which all attendees will demonstrate competencies by responding, implementing the ICS, evaluating the situation and selecting the appropriate mitigation techinques to resolve the problems.
This session will be video taped and critiqued for an additional learning experience.
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