This course focuses on the plans that facilities must prepare to protect their employees and the surrounding community from potential emergencies. Participants will learn how to use the National Response Team's guide for developing an Emergency Response Plan to cover fires, explosions, hazardous materials incidents, technical rescues, emergency medical incidents, natural disasters, and acts of terrorism.
SafeResponse has developed this on-line training program on Emergency Response Planning. This includes personnel who are responsible for creating, maintaining or implementing the Emergency Response Plan for their facility. Some of the examples used in the training program have been specifically developed for Ford Motor Company. These materials are included as examples only.
Certificates of completion can be printed by the participant once a 70% or greater score is achieved. The participant may take the quiz as many times as necessary in order to reach the 70% mark. A representative from your employer will have to sign the certificate in order to be complete. In order to be certified, all participants must complete the required information on the registration form. Each participant must also complete the training on an individual basis. If you ask someone else to go through the program for you, you will not learn the information that will be necessary to protect your safety and the safety of others. This will also render your certificate null and void.
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This course is designed for personnel who are responsible for creating, maintaining or implementing the Emergency Response Plan for their facility. This may include:
A number of state, provincial, and federal regulations require employers to develop one or more emergency response plans to address strategies for handling potential incidents that may occur. This may include fires and explosions, hazardous materials incidents, technical rescues, emergency medical incidents, natural disasters, and acts of terrorism. In the United States, states and local units of government must also develop emergency response plans to address potential threats to the citizens of their respective jurisdictions. This course will focus on the plans that employers must prepare to protect their employees and the surrounding community from potential emergencies.