E-Plan for Emergency Response, Planning and Investigation
This Performance-Level course provides training on the fundamental elements of the use of E-Plan as it relates to emergency situations, facilitating rapid needs assessments during disaster response, conducting risk analyses for planning and preparedness activities, and regulatory program analyses. E-Plan is a tool provided by DHS and EPA that collects Tier 2 and Risk Management Plans data from hazardous materials industrial storage sites. This data is received via rules and regulations created by SARA Title III, Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERLA) and Emergency Planning and Community Right To Know Act (EPCRA). The flexible delivery of the classroom version of this course includes detailed technical information on chemicals and how to respond to them. To better understand how E-Plan interfaces with other computer programs, participants are provided opportunities to practice key procedures that allow users to enhance planning and response activities associated with community risks. These exercises clarify the connections between E-Plan and how responders can enhance their emergency planning and establish a common operational picture.
Course Objectives: At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Display an in-depth knowledge of applicable federal and state requirements concerning SARA Title III & RMPs and describe the information that is provided to a state.
Identify the multiple components of E-Plan how they can be provided free of charge and are easily acquired.
Understand and navigate various E-Plan Search operations to select specific database entries by chemical, locatin and vicinity to specific point or address.
Competently Utilize E-Plan, which includes viewing maps and navigating response efforts at specific Chemical Facilities to find Hospitals and Schools within a given area of concern.
Operate E-Plan plume modeling to produce threat zone estimates for various chemical incidents with the latest census data.
Design Emergency Planning Zones for a facility.
Emergency Management Agencies
Hazardous Materials Responders
Fire Service Responders / Inspectors
Emergency Medical Services
Law Enforcement Personnel
With E-Plan being the Nation's largest Database of Chemical and Facility Hazards Data, our copyrighted E-Plan training program is strategically created and designed, allowing users to learn how to efficiently and effectively use this resource, and take advantage of all that is has to offer.
FSFC 508 160 hr HAZMAT Technician
This course is intended to provide emergency responders with the knowledge, skills, and personal health strategies they need to safely and effectively handle HazMat situations. Training includes offensive procedures for mitigation of hazardous materials spills, leaks, and exposures. Topics include chemistry, detection devices, advanced recognition and identification, pre-incident planning, incident management, scene evaluation and termination, terrorism, toxicology, medical surveillance, emergency care, PPE usage and limitations, and decontamination.
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM
This is a course on emergency response to terrorism, students will be able to describe and perform the duties of an operations-level responder assigned to respond to weapons of mass destruction incidents as outlined in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 472, Standard for Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents.
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