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Training Opporunity: Management and Safety in Response to Hazardous Materials/WMD Incidents

Students work on scenario-based activities relating to the development of science-based incident related information.

The National Fire Academy has immediate vacancy opportunities for the Feb. 14-24 offering of Management and Safety in Response to Hazardous Materials/WMD Incidents (R0258).

This 9-day course is appropriate for hazardous materials personnel operating at technician and specialist levels that addresses systematic issues for operating at a hazardous materials incident safely. This course is an instructor-facilitated, student-centered course that utilizes a risk-based approach to directing and coordinating hazardous materials/WMD incident response from a hazardous materials officer’s and a hazardous materials safety officer’s perspective. Through decision-making activities, students will apply the course objectives which are defined by applicable regulations and standards.

Throughout the course, students work on scenario-based activities relating to the development of science-based incident related information that meets the needs of the community and the incident commander and is justifiable and compatible with the current and emerging standard of care.

By the end of the course, students should be able to:

  • Implement a safe and effective risk-based response for a hazardous materials/WMD incident.
  • Convey response information to hazardous materials team members and others.

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