Industrial Emergency Response Refresher-WMD Modules
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Persons who require annual refresher training to update previous industrial emergency response training. Members of an emergency response team which may have torespond to an incident involving hazardous materials at an industrial facility.
OVERALL LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
- Risks of hazardous materials.
- Possible outcomes of an emergency.
- Ways to recognize hazardous matls.
- Your role as an operations-level responder.
- The need for other resources.
- Basic hazard and risk assessment techniques.
- Selecting and using proper protective equipment provided.
- Basic hazardous materials terms.
- Basic control , containment, and confinement procedures.
- Basic decontamination procedures.
- Standard operating procedures and incident termination.
- Size up a scene.
- Work within the system set up for response actions.
- Use protective equipment.
- Perform certain basic response actions.
- Recognize hazards and terms associated with exposures to Sarin, Anthrax, and dirty bombs.
- Use resources available to research hazards associated with other potential agents of terrorist attacks.
- Identify the relationship between the Incident Management System (IMS) and Unified Command (DC).
- Assist in the decontamination of patients contaminated by WMD.
- Understand the different types of stressful events and the nature of the stress response .
- Acquire skills to assist in the management of stress.
- Understand the role of leadership and teamwork in managing the stress of response to a WMD event.
- Understand that a WMD event is a potential cnme scene.
HAZARD RECOGNITION-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Chemical Agents
- Biological Agents
- Radiological Agents
UNIFIED COMMAND-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Functional Areas of the IMS
- Command Staff
- Coordination of Effort
- Activity: Multiple Agency Response
- Purpose of Unified Command
- When a Unified Command Should Be Used
- Who Should Participate in a Unified Command
- Making Decisions in a Unified Command
- Activity: Assigning a Lead Agency
- Elements of an Effective Unified Command
- Activity: Implementing Unified Command
FIELD DECON-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Sizing Up a Scene
- Types of WMD (CBRNE) and Signs /Symptoms
- Signs and Symptoms of Exposure
- Terminating the Incident
CRIME SCENE INTEGRITY-MAJOR CONTENTS
- What is a Crime Scene?
- Guard Against Secondary Casualties
- Size up the Incident
- Cooperate with Agencies
- Isolate the Scene
- Manage Responders
- Secure the Scene to Protect Evidence
- Manage the Media
- Control and Document Access
- Tenninate the Response
- Create Evidence-preserving Pathways
- Control the Spread of Contaminants
- Activity : What’s Wrong with this Picture?
STRESS MANAGEMEN T AWARENESS-MAJOR CONTENTS
- Activity: Defining Stress
- Activity: Breathing Exercise
- Sources of Critical Incident Stress
- Activity: Case Examples of Stress Reactions
- Organizational Factors
- Activity: Team Response to Stress
- Activity: WMD Team Attitudes
- Activity: Next Steps
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