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eBay HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FIRST RESPON       ABOUT US: Fully Licensed Business since 2000 Approved for National Contracting with Government & State Agencies! Verified Rights Owner (VeRO member) 10,000+ Positive Feedback Ebay Seller since 2000     BID WITH CONFIDENCE WITH MY EXTENSIVE FEEDBACK RATING AND 12+ YEARS AS A SELLER ON EBAY! You will receive all of these files on one DVD+R.  Data files are all in Adobe Acrobat so you can easily print out all the reference tools or save directly to your computer for a hands on reference.  All  Reader files are included for easy access. This DVD was designed for computer access because it contains both Data and Video files, which can only be accessed through a computer with a DVD-rom and Videos are in MPEG/computer format. Partner this training DVD with my other comprehensive Firefighter or EMS Training CD's/DVD's for the ULTIMATE Firefighter/EMS training tool! 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Copyright © 2000-2018 Strictly Business Services Strictly Business Services is the sole owner of the rights to this training cd which is in full compliance with all of Ebay's Rules & Regulations DO NOT REMOVE All rights reserved.      In order for firefighters to competently and safety function in the dangerous situations and environments that they are often placed in, they must be involved in active training in a safe low stress environment. This builds confidence and allows for the recognition of conditions that could endanger their lives. The final step is the review of actual fire incidents through debriefing. It has been my professional opinion that everyone tries to do their very best at an emergency incident. Rarely is the performance “perfect”, there is always something to be learned from every incident. Firstly, everyone must encourage each other to honestly appraise their own performance and then to appraise the performance of others in the team in a positive manner to ensure that people are not discouraged, strengths should be reinforced, and areas of improvement should be identified. Strategies can then be developed to ensure increased efficiency and safety. To obtain this maximum benefit I am offering Tactical Training and Reference Cd/DVD's that focus on individualized training topics. Review of realistic training sessions can greatly assist in identifying and rectifying deficiencies in training, equipment, protective clothing and operational procedures. This training DVD is great for the new firefighter looking to improve his skills, the volunteer firefighter who is looking to land a Full-time position or for a department who is seeking to enhance their training library.   This training DVD(rom) has been broken down into training modules. You will the following. HAZMAT FIRST RESPONDER AWARENESS (FRA) - FIRST RESPONDER OPERATIONS (FRO) & DECON Hazardous Materials Full Hazmat Instructor/Student Training Course with Presentations and Workbook Guides Intro Hazardous Materials Table Shipping Papers Labeling Placarding Packaging Carrier Requirements (Highway/Air/Rail/Water) 2008 Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) (374 pages) 2008 ERG Video Training 2008 ERG Practice Exams 2008 ERG Powerpoint Training       Hazmat Response Assessment (132 pages) NIOSH Chemical Hazard Pocket Guide (454 pages)Guide for Preparing Hazardous Materials Incident Reports Hazmat Technician Practice Exam - 100+ Questions with Answer Key! 6-part Powerpoint Presentations Overview Identification Terms Contamination  & Toxicology Decontamination Protective Equipment and Medical Monitoring HAZMAT VIDEO TRAINING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS GENERAL AWARENESS AND FAMILIARIZATION - mpeg 17:15 min. This video provides general awareness and familiarization of the Hazardous Materials Regulations and communication requirements, e.g., proper shipping name, hazard class, and warning labels and placards. This video may be used to meet the hazardous materials General Awareness training requirement in 49 CFR, §172.704. UNDERSTANDING MATERIALS OF TRADE REGULATIONS - mpeg 17:17 min. This video defines materials of trade and describes what parts of the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) apply to them. 18:33 min   FULL HAZMAT FIRST RESPONDER    AWARENESS / OPERATIONS / DECON COURSES Hazmat First Responder Awareness Course (FRA) HAZMAT First Responders at the awareness level (FRA) are individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release and who have been trained to initiate an emergency response sequence by notifying the proper authorities of the release-they would take no further action beyond notifying the authorities Includes: Instructor Guide with Answer Keys Student Workbook Powerpoint Presentations Image Bank Hazmat First Responder Operations Course (FRO) A HAZMAT First Responder at the Operations level (FRO) responds to Hazardous Materials Incidents in a defensive fashion within existing resources and capabilities to contain the release from a safe distance, to keep it from spreading and to prevent exposures to nearby persons, property or the environment. Appropriate response concepts and procedures, safe containment, protective actions and the Incident Command System are summarized Includes: Instructor Guide with Answer Keys Student Workbook Powerpoint Presentations Case Studies Hazmat First Responder Decon Course (FRO DECON) This course focuses on training HAZMAT emergency responders to perform decontamination operations at a HAZMAT incident. The competencies we teach through classroom and hands-on training, in the procedures and personal protective equipment needed will provide you with the skills to participate as a decontamination team member for your agency or company. Addresses the response concepts, appropriate actions, and protective equipment involved in decontamination. The Incident Command System components are summarized as related to an incident decontamination team. Provides student with knowledge and skill to respond in a safe manner as part of a hazardous materials decontamination team Includes: Instructor Guide with Answer Keys Student Workbook Powerpoint Presentations Student Exercises  Miscellaneous TrainingA-Z Firefighter Terminology Drug Lab Training- Top 10 hazards for emergency responders at a drug lab: Flammable/explosive atmosphere Toxic atmosphere Damaged/leaking compressed gas cylinders Weapons Water reactive/pyrophoric chemicals Damaged Leaking Chemical Containers Electrical hazards/sources of ignition Ongoing chemical reactions Violent people Bombs/Booby traps Review the physical properties of methamphetamine Describe the effects of meth on the human body 3 Conditions of an Illegal Drug Lab Describe process and hazards present in meth/illegal drug labs List hazmats found at various types of lab sites List clues to the presence of a drug lab Safety procedures to follow when responding to a drug lab call Describe criminal issues of a drug lab INCLUDES: Powerpoint Presentations Training Resources          HAZMAT INVOLVING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION (WMD) The threat of terrorism involving weapons of mass destruction (WMD), combined with the increasing use of hazardous materials in criminal activities mandate that fire departments and emergency responders assess their hazmat/wmd training program. This WMD training course addresses all levels of responding to a terrorism or WMD incident, including First Responder Awareness (FRA), First Responder Operations (FRO), Incident Command and Decon. **NOTE: Participants should have previously completed hazardous materials "First Responder Awareness and/or Operations." This class does NOT meet the hours and competencies for the initial HAZWOPER "FRA and/or FRO" level training requirements. This training is in addition to the previous Hazmat training. The IC WMD Course is a "Specialty" Class that compliments CSTI’s "Hazardous Materials Incident Commander" (IC) Course. Both instructor and student guides are included with each course and include in-depth exercises, powerpoints and other audio/visual training aids. HAZMAT WMD FIRST RESPONDER AWARENESS (FRA) At the conclusion of the "First Responder AWARENESS – Weapons of Mass Destruction" (FRA WMD) Class, the participants will be able to: Define WMD and Terrorism; describe the current threat of terrorism in the United States (including the use of NBC+E weapons on local vulnerabilities via a "Threat Assessment" system); identify ways to prevent or deter a terrorist event; identify and describe the general types of NBC+E weapons (including the hazards each present to responders); describe the similarities and differences between a traditional Haz Mat and WMD incident; understand the FRA "Role" and "Goals" at a WMD incident; and understand need to balance life safety with evidence preservation;   Identify the indicators that would help first responders recognize when an incident may involve NBC+E weapons (including identifying at least one recognition clue and physiological sign/symptom for each type of NBC+E weapon); and know the value and limits of the "IDHA" (Identification and Hazard Assessment) steps to validate incident information;   Understand the need to coordinate with typical WMD first responders; understand the function and structure of the Incident Command System; understand mass casualty implications and decontamination requirements; describe the three basic FRA "SIN" initial priority actions upon discovery of a WMD/NBC+E incident; given a simulated N, B, C or E weapon scenario, recognize the presence of the N, B, C or E, and identify FRA response actions (including safety procedures and required notifications needed for the simulated N, B, C or E incident); and be aware of additional WMD training available to responders.   HAZMAT WMD - FIRST RESPONDER OPERATION - (FRO) At the conclusion of the "First Responder OPERATIONS – Weapons of Mass Destruction" (FRO WMD) Class, the participants will be able to: Better recognize the presence of WMD, including "Nuclear, Biological, Chemical or Explosive" (NBC+E) weapons, and implement actions to protect themselves and the public from the effects of an NBC+E incident (those actions taken should be "Defensive" in nature).     Understand the need to coordinate with typical WMD first responders; understand the function and structure of the Incident Command System; understand mass casualty implications and decontamination requirements; describe the first responder initial priority actions upon discovery of an incident that potentially involves NBC+E weapons; identify sources of assistance (including the current Emergency Response Guidebook/ERG); identify basic actions to follow for each general type of NBC+E incident; and develop a "personal mind jogger" for initial priority FRO response actions; Describe the past uses of NBC+E weapons by terrorists or others (listing appropriate recognition clues and initial response actions for these incidents); Each student will be assigned a simulated N, B, C or E weapon scenario, recognize the presence of the N, B, C or E weapon, conduct a safe identification and hazard assessment using the current ERG, and identify FRO response actions, including safety procedures, isolation distances, required notifications, and additional agencies and resources needed for the N, B, C or E scenario (students must participate in the exercise – Instructor evaluates if objectives are achieved) HAZMAT WMD - INCIDENT COMMANDER- (IC) At the conclusion of the "INCIDENT COMMANDER – Weapons of Mass Destruction (IC WMD) Class, the participants will be able to better recognize the presence of WMD, including "Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Explosive (NBC+E) weapons, and address the unique issues associated with managing an "NBC+E" hazardous materials incident, in order to better protect responders and the public from the effects of NBC+E weapons. This is a "Specialty" Class that compliments CSTI’s "Hazardous Materials Incident Commander" (IC) Course. Participants will be able to: Define WMD and Terrorism; describe the current threat of terrorism in the United States (including the use of NBC+E weapons on local vulnerabilities via a "Threat Assessment" system); identify ways to prevent or deter a terrorist event; identify and describe the general types of NBC+E weapons (including the hazards each present to responders); describe the similarities and differences between a traditional Haz Mat and WMD incident; understand the IC’s "Role" and "Goals" at a WMD incident; and understand need to balance life safety with evidence preservation; Identify the indicators that would help ICs recognize when an incident may involve NBC+E weapons (including identifying at least one recognition clue and physiological sign/symptom for each type of NBC+E weapon); briefly describe the mass casualty implications and decon requirements at a WMD event if/if not recognized as a N, B, C or E incident; and know the value and limits of the current Emergency Response Guidebook/ERG, as well as the 5 "IDHA" (IDentification & Hazard Assessment) steps, to validate incident information and ultimately turn it into intelligence;   Identify the state and federal plans that apply to WMD agent incidents; identify the local, state and federal agencies that are most likely to respond to WMD incidents (including the response times expected for these agencies for a "No Notice" WMD incident); and identify the ways to enhance agency coordination at a WMD incident;   Review ICS management tools; contrast the ICS and FBI organizations for a WMD event; describe the first responder initial priority actions upon discovery of an incident that potentially involves NBC+E weapons, including establishing initial command; and explain the need, scope, and benefits of "Unified" Command at WMD incidents;   Identify at least five (5) "Special Management Issues" unique to an NBC+E incident, and that the IC must address in order to safely and competently manage an NBC+E incident;   Given a simulated N, B, C or E weapon scenario, recognize the presence of the N, B, C or E weapon, incl. the primary hazard of the agent involved per the current ERG; identify the safety concerns, management issues, government resources needed; ICS positions needed, preparedness issues that would have improved the response; and address and resolve at least one (1) "Special/Unique Management Issue" given by the instructor (students must participate in the exercise – Instructor evaluates if objectives are achieved); These in-depth training exercises are used to prepare the following entities for terrorism incidents: Fire Service Emergency Medical Services Hazmat Law Enforcement Public Health Public Works Emergency Management County, State & Federal agency personnel who will res[pond with a local jurisdiction during a WMD/terrorism incident. AWARENESS / OPERATIONS / INCIDENT COMMANDER & DECON COURSES Include: Instructor Guide with Answer Keys Student Workbook Powerpoint Presentations Case Studies Image Bank   PROPANE SAFETY & RESPONDING TO PROPANE EMERGENCIES DVD Propane Safety & Responding to Propane Disasters VIDEO - (45 minutes) Instructor Guide Student Workbook Includes: Introduction, Physical & Chemical Properties, Codes & Regulations, Bulk/Non-Bulk Container, Storage Tanks, Design & Construction, General Emergency Response Procedures, Response Guidelines, Removal, Transfer, Recovery & MORE Includes Powerpoints, Testing, Guidelines PLUS 20 Training Scenarios Excellent for Training or Safety Officer!   Note:  You will receive all of these files on a single DVD+R (DVD ROMS). Data files are all in Adobe Acrobat so you can easily print out all the reference tools or save directly to your computer for a hands on reference. All Reader files are included for easy access.This DVD was designed primarily for computer access because it contains both Data and Video files, which can only be accessed through a computer with a DVD-rom and Videos are in MPEG/computer format.         Check out my other Fire Fighting Video Training CD/DVD's   Fire Behaviour & Wildland Training Incident Command System & Fire Control Ventilation / Backdraft / Flashover Hazardous Materials Handling and Training C.E.R.T Full Training Course with Certification Fire Academy Tactical Training Ropes and Knots Training (also on the Basic Safety DVD) Rescue Operations (Fire Rescue, Confined Space, Elevator Rescue, SAR) Vehicle Extrication Series NCLEX Nursing Training Series (3 DVD set) Advanced Life Support (ALS) 3 DVD set    

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