FS 018 : Emergency Preparedness

FS 018 : Emergency Preparedness

  • course description:

    This course includes Legal responsibilities of environmental and human protection; an examination of staff functions and responsibilities during major emergencies, resulting from human errors and natural disasters, as they influence human and environmental loss potentials. It provides understanding of disaster and recovery planning, review the various types of disasters and hazard potential and how to develop a comprehensive emergency plan that helps reduce and/or prevent injuries and loss of life as well as property.

  • course learning outcomes:

    At the end of the course, the participants will be able to;
    - Classify and identify disasters.
    - Identify occupant, building, and business disaster planning issues.
    - Understanding how regulatory agencies impact an emergency and recovery plan.
    - Understand the various components of an emergency and recovery plan.
    - Comprehend the aspects of managing risk.
    - Develop an emergency and recovery plan.

  • Course outlines:

    - Types of disasters.
    - Planning team.
    - Regulatory compliance.
    - Planning for emergencies.
    - Fire protection and prevention.
    - Bomb threats.
    - Evacuation.
    - Violence in the workplace.
    - Critical business needs.
    - Loss prevention and damage control.
    - Developing a plan.
    - Review and revising a plan.
    - Federal & State Agencies.

  • practical aspects of the course:

    None

  • who should attend?

    - Anyone who is part of the Emergency Operations, emergency response team.
    - Risk engineers, Fire and safety professionals.
    - Managers and supervisors.

  • duration:

    3 Days

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