Command and Response for All Hazards
The Command and Response for All Hazards course is an 8-hour course that provides the responder with an overview of pre-incident planning and response plan development, domestic and international terrorism, chemical, biological, radiological and explosives agents and materials associated with weapons of mass destruction. The responder participates in hands-on practical exercises including interactive scenario discussions where the responders discuss incident response options.
- Identify and describe WMD chemical, biological, and radiological agents and materials
- Describe the dynamics of the terrorist WMD threat relative to the emergency management cycle
- Describe incident command, the Incident Command System (ICS), and the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and National Response Plan (NRP)
- Identify and describe the complexity of command decisions at a WMD site, the need for vulnerability and risk assessment, course of action development, resource management, planning, and media response
- Identify the components of a WMD response planning methodology system
- Describe the various roles and responsibilities assumed during a WMD response and the challenges of coordinating multiple agencies and available resources
How this course is offered:
This course is offered as part of a resident delivery in combination with other courses. It can also be delivered locally. If you wish to host this course, contact Rick Schlegel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-480-0929.
Prerequisites & Other Information:
Successful completion of awareness-level training for CBRNE response and successful completion of IS-700
No tuition is charged.
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