Emergency Response Action Plan Training

Prepare yourself for any disaster or emergency situation anytime, anywhere

Natural and man-made disasters can strike you anytime, regardless of the industry. Prepare yourself for these emergencies and know how to respond quickly and effectively with this training course. Minimize injuries to humans and damage to properties. It is better to be prepared than caught off guard.

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What's Covered in This Course?

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Course Outline

Emergency Preparedness & Response Action Plan Training Course covers the following:
1.   Introduction
  • Overview
2.   Fire Safety and Prevention
  • Elements of a Fire
  • Exercise:Elements of Fire
  • Classes of Fire - Class A
  • Classes of Fire - Class B
  • Classes of Fire - Class C
  • Classes of Fire - Class D
  • Classes of Fire - Class K
  • Exercise:Classes of Fires
  • Fire Extinguishers - What Are They?
  • Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher
  • Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher
  • Foam Fire Extinguishers
  • Pressurized Water Fire Extinguishers
  • Dry and Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers
  • Using a Fire Extinguisher
  • "Defend" Against Fire
  • Fire Safety Quiz
  • Chapter Feedback
3.   Medical Emergencies - Planning
  • Take Universal Precautions
  • Responding to a Medical Emergency
  • Chapter Feedback
4.   Severe Weather
  • Common Types of Severe Weather
  • Severe Weather Emergency Preparedness
  • Severe Weather Emergency Alertness
  • At Home
  • Final Review
  • Chapter Feedback
5.   Conclusion
  • Course Feedback
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