MGT348 - Medical Preparedness and Response to Bombing Incidents - 16.00 Hours
|Start Date||End Date||Location||Class Number|
|6/20/13||6/21/13||Vega Alta, PR USA||FP MGT348 195||[register] [details]|
|6/25/13||6/26/13||Valhalla, NY USA||FP MGT348 188||[register] [details]|
|7/12/13||7/13/13||Waco, TX USA||FP MGT348 199||[register] [details]|
|7/16/13||7/17/13||Chesterfield, VA USA||FP MGT348 207||[register] [details]|
|7/18/13||7/19/13||Chesapeake, VA USA||FP MGT348 200||[register] [details]|
|This schedule is subject to change without notice. If you have not received confirmation of the class prior to the class start, please contact the division to get the latest schedule.|
This course addresses medical preparedness for and response to blast effects through a combination of lectures, small group activities and tabletop participant exercises. Participants completing this course will gain an enhanced understanding and awareness of issues and considerations relating to a bombing incident. Content areas include identification of targets, explosives characteristics, pre-attack indicators, pre- and post-detonation response, bombing injuries, security, and resource management.
The course development team identified the primary audience for this course as first receivers and first responders. This group consists of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel and health care personnel such as nurses and physicians (particularly those who staff emergency rooms), trauma surgeons, and emergency managers. The secondary audience includes all other disciplines that may be involved in the medical response to an explosive incident, such as fire service, law enforcement, public works, and public health personnel
Minimum of 32 participants
Maximum of 50 participants
Course Point of Contact JuanGuerrero, tel. (979) 862-1063
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be awarded 16 Continuing Education Units (CEU) certified through the International Association for Continuing Education & Training.
This course is grant-funded and there is no direct cost for hosting or attending the course.
This course represents a cooperative effort between the Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center (EMRTC) and the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC), which is operated by the Texas Engineering Extension Service, a member of The Texas A&M University System.
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