Emergency Management

C4SEM-EM-100 Introduction to Emergency Management

24 Clock Hours

 

This course provides an introduction to principles of emergency management programs as it relates to preparedness, planning, response and recovery from all hazard approach viewpoints. It includes overviews of the evolution of the National Response Framework (NRF) and Homeland Security Presidential Decision Directives (HSPDs).

Objectives:

  • Define the term Emergency Management

  • Identify vital elements of emergency management programs

  • Explain various methodologies and mitigation strategies

  • Describe best practices for maintaining a viable emergency management program

  • Discuss various examples of a viable program

 

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C4SEM-EM-101 Consequence Management

24 Clock Hours

 

This course addresses the potential results from natural and man-made disasters with a primary focus on nuclear, biological, and chemical incidents or uses. Topics include public health consequences of such incidents, emergency planning and response measures in place among U.S. Departments and Agencies, and emerging detection and management technologies. Existing vulnerabilities to these types of incidents and attacks will also be discussed.

Objectives:

  • Identify and discuss the historical development and use of chemical and biological weapons

  • Explain and discuss the types of chemical and biological weapons and their impacts

  • Analysis of case studies related to the development and use of chemical and biological weapons, and research on chemical and biological warfare

  • List and describe various biological weapons used by terrorists

  • List and describe various chemical weapons used by terrorists

  • Identify and discuss possible targeted locations of terrorist attacks

 

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C4SEM-EM-102 Homeland Security Organization

24 Clock Hours

 

This course is a study of federal, state, local, private, and other organizational entities involved in homeland security. It provides a brief history as well as discussions regarding terrorism; management; crisis communication; conventional and unconventional threats; network leadership; weapons of mass destruction; lessons learned from other nations; civil liberties and security; intelligence and information; and homeland security technology. In addition, the course discusses current policies associated with emergency management and preparedness, planning, response and recovery strategies. It includes overviews of National Security Strategy  May 2010, Executive Orders (EO), Federal Preparedness Circulars (FPC), Federal Continuity Directives (FCD), relevant Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPD), National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan, National Incident Management System, National Response Framework (NRF), National Preparedness Guidelines, National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza, National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza Implementation Plan, relevant Presidential Decision Directives (PDD).

 

Objectives are to explain and discuss the evolution of homeland security from early to modern times with an emphasis on the emerging homeland security structure, culture and organization.

 

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C4SEM-EM-103 Continuity Programs

24 Clock Hours

 

This course provides direction for developing comprehensive and viable continuity plans and programs. Continuity planning facilitates the performance of essential functions during all-hazards, emergencies or other situations that may disrupt normal operations. The ultimate goal of continuity is the continuation of Essential Functions. It includes overviews of National Security Strategy May 2010, Executive Orders (EO), Federal Preparedness Circulars (FPC), Federal Continuity Directives (FCD), relevant Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPD), National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan, National Incident Management System, National Response Framework (NRF), National Preparedness Guidelines, National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza, National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza Implementation Plan, relevant Presidential Decision Directives (PDD)

Objectives:

  • Identify the elements and components of a Continuity Plan

  • Examine various methods of Continuity Considerations Checklists

  • Assess the need for additional resources and the resources scarcities

  • Identify current strategies and methodologies used by government and private sectors

 

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C4SEM-EM-104 NIMS: Incident Command System (ICS)

24 Clock Hours

 

This course is a study of the theory and practice of incident command, the various methods of incident command, and specific focus on the Incident Command System (ICS) used in crises, disasters, and emergency management response systems. This course includes a tabletop or simulation exercise designed to test participant knowledge, awareness, flexibility, leadership, decision-making, and interpersonal skills under extreme pressure in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) environment.

 

Objectives:

Option 1:

  • IS - (Persons who will serve  as a team member, general staff in an ICS organization, has multi-agency coordination responsibilities, area commanders, emergency managers, and emergency operations center staff and managers.)

  • IS-100.a - Introduction to the Incident Command System*

  • IS-100.HC - Introduction to the Incident Command System for Healthcare/Hospitals*

  • IS-100.LEa - Introduction to the Incident Command System for Law Enforcement*

  • IS-100.PWa - Introduction to the Incident Command System for Public Works Personnel*

  • IS-100.SCa - Introduction to the Incident Command System for Schools*

  • IS-200.a - ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

  • IS-200.HC - Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations

  • IS-700.A - National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

  • IS-701 - NIMS Multiagency Coordination System

  • IS-702 - NIMS Public Information Systems

  • IS-703 - NIMS Resource Management

  • IS-704 - NIMS Communications and Information Management

  • IS-706 - NIMS Intrastate Mutual Aid, An Introduction

  • IS-800.B - National Response Framework, An Introduction

  • (*) Select one only.

 

Option 2:

  • ICS-300 (All Mid-level Management Federal/State/Local/Tribal/Private Sector & Nongovernmental personnel to include should take ICS-300, including: Persons serving as command staff, section chiefs, strike team leaders, task force leaders, unit leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors, and multi-agency coordination system/emergency operations center staff.)

  • ICS Staffing and organization to include: reporting and working relationships and information flow.

  • Transfer of Command

  • Unified Command functions in a multi-jurisdictional or multi-agency incident

  • ICS forms

  • Resource Management

  • Interagency mission planning and procurement

 

Option 3:

  • ICS-400 (Persons who will serve as command or general staff in an ICS organization, select department heads with multi-agency coordination system responsibilities, area commanders, emergency managers, and multiagency coordination system/emergency operations center managers.)

  • Command and General Staff

  • Deputies and assistants

  • Unified Command functions in a multi-jurisdictional or multi-agency incident

  • Unified command

  • Organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, Multi Entity Coordination Systems, and Emergency Operations centers (EOCs)

  • Interagency mission planning and procurement

 

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C4SEM-EM-105 Hazardous Materials

24 Clock Hours

 

This course provides an introduction to the methods required for positive resolution of emergency hazardous material incidents, including container/vehicle placard identification, personal protective equipment, and methods of containment.

Objectives:

  • Discuss the purpose of OSHA and its role in regulating occupational safety

  • Discuss the use of Material Safety Data sheets (MSDS) to identify and properly handle hazardous materials

  • Identify hazardous materials in the workplace and the possible methods, symptoms and preventative measures of exposure

  • Discuss the importance of personal protective equipment in limiting hazardous exposure

  • Discuss the importance of establishing an effective Site Control Program to limit the risk of exposure to only those working in the hazardous work zone

  • Describe what hazardous materials are and the risks associated with them in an incident

  • Recognize the potential outcomes associated with an emergency that is created when hazardous materials are present

  • Recognize the presence of hazardous materials in an emergency

  • Apply the role of the First Responders at the Awareness Level in the Department’s emergency response plan which includes site security and controls and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Emergency Response Guidebook

  • Assess the need for additional resources and the importance of making proper notifications

 

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C4SEM-EM-106 Responsibilities of First and Secondary Responders

24 Clock Hours

 

This course focuses on the specific duties and responsibilities of First Responders at the scene of a critical incident, including a terrorist attack. It includes the examination of a suspected release of a Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) agent and addresses specific concerns such as resource coordination, the treatment of victims, vehicle staging and maneuverability, communications, and officer safety and survival.

Objectives:

  • Explain and discuss the First Responder’s primary responsibility at a terrorist incident

  • Explain and discuss the four phases of a Critical Incident

  • Explain and discuss how the First Responder can assess a critical situation

  • Explain how the First Responder should communicate and coordinate at a Critical Incident

  • List the duties and responsibilities of Secondary Responders

  • Explain symptoms associated with a possible Nuclear, Biological or Chemical agent attack

  • List and describe various Biological weapons used by terrorists

  • List and describe various Chemical weapons used by terrorists

  • Identify and discuss possible targeted locations of terrorist attacks

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