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Jul 29th 8:00 am - 1:30 pm

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CBRNE Awareness certification

The events of 9/11/2001 changed our landscape forever and the Health Care setting has very much been impacted by this change. Emergency Preparedness has become our catch phrase for the new millennium. Having a plan for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive based emergencies has become a mandatory component of the Health Care Emergency Plan. This 8-hour course will certify your staff and enable them to adopt the mandatory roles and responsibilities necessary for a successful response.


  • A bit about legislation – why are we here and what standards impact on my certification today
  • The Emergency Incident Management System – the organized structure for our response – our roles and responsibilities.
  • Communications – will your staff be able to communicate effectively during the emergency – internal and external communications are vital – the block game
  • Chemical emergencies - how will I be able to identify them and what actions will I take when?
  • Biological Emergencies – what are nerve and blister agents, what signs and symptoms should I be looking for, and what actions should I take?
  • Radiological events – what is radiation (alpha, beta, gamma and neutron), how will it impact on this facility and how will we respond to a Rad based event?
  • Explosives – what are the concerns for explosive based emergencies – what are common explosives used by terrorists and what hospital based actions will be necessary
  • PPE (personal protective equipment) – what level of protection should our staff have available for any emergency – what are the different levels of respiratory protection available and what are the limitations to each level – what type of chemical protective clothing will we need (gloves, boots and suits)
  • Air monitoring devices – will we require any hand held monitoring devices to assist us during any event
  • Decontamination issues – how will we deal with contaminated victims or staff?
  • Practical scenario and tabletops

Duration:   8 hours

Included:   2008 Emergency Response Guide Books, manuals, certificates, wallet cards

Training Dates:


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