Start Date/Time:2019 4/22 8am
End Date/Time: 2019 4/25 6pm
Course Total Hours: 40
Intended Audience: Open to fire service, law enforcement, health, environmental and specific private industry personnel, this course includes class, didactic and hands-on training in real world scenarios-based experience.
Prerequisites: FRO, HazMat Technician 1A, 1B and 1C
Location: Nas North Island BLDG 47 Rogers Rd San diego
Deadline to Register:April 22, 2019
Description:Module 1D: Tactical Field Operations Module 1D focuses on the tactics and strategy of entry operations, emergency rescue and medical considerations while wearing chemical protective clothing. Hands-on activities include drum and tank patching, pipeline and industrial pipe system repair, use of the chlorine emergency kits, decontamination corridor set-up and a full scale scenario activity. The course is a capstone to the technician program and participants will have to incorporate the information learned in previous modules to respond to a variety of simulated emergencies. Laws and regulations that pertain to response activities, emergency response planning and both bulk and non-bulk packaging requirements for highway, rail, pipeline, aircraft and water transportation are covered extensively. Chemical and biological terrorism are also included within this program.
Equipment Students Should Bring: SCBA's, turnouts/PPE's, gloves, safety glasses, radio communications, monitoring equipment, chemical boots, Level A" training suits