Industrial Emergency Response Refresher-Performance Based
Description: This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the refresher requirements of emergency responders. During this program you will learn about risks of hazardous materials, possible outcomes of an emergency, ways to recognize hazardous materials, your role as an operations-level responder, the need for other resources, basic hazard and risk assessment techniques, […]
This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the refresher requirements of emergency responders. During this program you will learn about risks of hazardous materials, possible outcomes of an emergency, ways to recognize hazardous materials, your role as an operations-level responder, the need for other resources, basic hazard and risk assessment techniques, selecting and using proper protective equipment, basic hazardous materials terms, basic decontamination procedures, standard operating procedures and incident termination. When you finish you will be better able to size up a scene, work within the system to set up for response actions, use PPE, and perform certain basic response actions.
Persons who require annual refresher training to update previous industrial emergency response training. Members of an emergency response team which may have respond to an incident involving hazardous materials at an industrial facility. Emergency Response Personnel.
Training Provider: UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
This course requires two instructors. Instructors should have demonstrated teaching experience and possess the expertise in the areas covered by the course.
Open enrollment: Yes
Delivery Method: Classroom-based
Course Hours: 8 hours
Prerequisites: Minimum 24-Hour Industrial Emergency or Technician Level Training
The material has been copyrighted by the Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training. A recipient of the material other than the federal government may not reproduce it without the permission of the copyright owner. The material was prepared for use by experienced insturctors in the training of persons who are or who anticpate responding to industrial emergencies. Authors of this material have prepared it for the training of this category of workers as of the date specified on the title page. Users are cautioned that the subject is constantly evolving. Therefore, the material may require additions, deletions, or modifications to incorporate the effects of that evolution occurring after the date of this material prsentation.
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University of Cincinnati, Midwest Consortium
3223 Eden Avenue, PO Box 670056
Cincinnati, OH 45267
3223 Eden Avenue, PO Box 670056
Cincinnati, OH 90095-1478
OVERALL LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
- Risks of hazardous materials.
- Basic control, containment, and confinement procedures.
- Possible outcomes of an emergency.
- Ways to recognize hazardous materials.
- Basic decontamination procedures .
- Your role as an operations-level responder
- Standard operating procedures and incident termination.
- The need for other resources.
- Size up a scene.
- Basic hazard and risk assessment techniques.
- Work within the system set up for response actions.
- Selecting and using proper protective equipment provided.
- Use protective equipment.
- Perfom1 certain basic response actions.
- Basic hazardous materials tem1s.
CHAPTER 1: INITIAL ACTIONS-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Activity 1: Notification.
- Activity 2: Basic Hazardous Materials Terms
- Activity 3: Hazard Assessment
- Activity 4: Isolation
- Activity 5: PPE and Air Monitoring Selection
CHAPTER 2: TACTICAL OPERATIONS-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Strategic Goals
- Tactical Operations
- Job Assignments
- Activity-Tactical Operations
CHAPTER 3: SUSTAINED ACTIONS-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Activity 1: Entry Briefing
- Activity 2: Donning and Doffing PPE
- Activity 3: Confinement
- Activity 4: Decontamination
CHAPTER 4: TERMINATION-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Termination / Personnel
- Activity-Resupply and Reinventory