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Special Training


Anti-Terrorism Training:  WMD, CHEM/BIO, TERRORISTIC Incident Response

Atmospheric Monitoring meet 29 CFR 1910.120(h)(4) Basic & Advanced – (8 hrs, 16 hrs., 40 hrs.)

Building Construction for the Fire Service

Cargo Truck, Tankers and Intermodels:Identification, Handling of Incidents,Accidents & Products

Chemical Health Hazards

Carbon Monoxide Incidents – Emergency Response

Decontamination – All levels of response personnel –  Police, Fire, EMS, Industry, Hospitals, etc.

What do I really need (equipment, personnel,references)

DO I NEED TO KNOW THAT:
    8 hour a quick assessment of pertinent
    information for those who don’t normally
    respond to Hazmat incidents & good
    Operations level refresher

EMS Training: First Aid, CPR & AED, EMR, BBP

EMS Response to Hazmat Incidents – NFPA 473

Firefighter Safety – Industrial and Municipal personnel

Fire House Chemistry

Global Harmonization System (GHS) – Basic - 4 hours

Hazardous Materials Awareness for Police Officers

Health Hazard Considerations for Emergency Responders

Hospital and Emergency Room: Hazmat Operations
    Training specific for Hospital Response
    Personnel (recognition & decontamination)

Incident Safety Officer
    Technical Rescue, Hazardous Materials,
    Fire Scenes, etc.

Instructor Methodology:  Educational Methodology

Law Enforcement: Courses are offered with regard to chemical & interaction with other responding agencies

OSHA 10 hour and 30 hour training programs – Construction & General Industry

Personal Protective Equipment

Preparing for an OSHA Inspection

Preventing Injuries/Death of Firefighters Due to Truss Roof System Failures

Radiation- Basic

Respiratory Protection and fit test

Ropes & Knots – Systems for Rescue – Fall Protection

Toxicology for the Emergency Responder
    8 hours – addressing toxicology for the Firefighter & Industrial response personnel

Water Treatment Utilities – Water Purification & Distribution facilities & Waste Treatment    Plants:  TCPA, OSHA & Emergency Response In Compliance with American Water Works  requirements