Emergency Response Planning

     

    Introductory Information:

    This course focuses on the plans that facilities must prepare to protect their employees and the surrounding community from potential emergencies. Participants will learn how to use the National Response Team's guide for developing an Emergency Response Plan to cover fires, explosions, hazardous materials incidents, technical rescues, emergency medical incidents, natural disasters, and acts of terrorism.

    Main Topics Covered in this Course Include:

    • Planning Requirements

    • Integrated Contingency Plan

    • Planning Process

    Legal Requirements:

    This course is designed for personnel who are responsible for creating, maintaining or implementing the Emergency Response Plan for their facility. This may include:

    • Human Resource Managers

    • Safety and Security Supervisors

    • Fire Protection Specialists

    • Environmental Engineers

    A number of state, provincial, and federal regulations require employers to develop one or more emergency response plans to address strategies for handling potential incidents that may occur. This may include fires and explosions, hazardous materials incidents, technical rescues, emergency medical incidents, natural disasters, and acts of terrorism. In the United States, states and local units of government must also develop emergency response plans to address potential threats to the citizens of their respective jurisdictions. This course will focus on the plans that employers must prepare to protect their employees and the surrounding community from potential emergencies.

    Course Duration: 4 Hours

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