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Terrorism Training DVDs for EMS and Public Health

$2,630.00

Terrorism Training for EMS/Public Health Package provides training to help prepare healthcare and public health personnel to respond to hazmat and WMD events.

Description

This package consists of eight DVDs, an Instructor Guide, three Resource CD-ROMs with customizable PowerPoint presentations, post-seminar quizzes and other instructional aids for Terrorism Training for EMS/Public Health including hazmat training.

Benefits of the package:

  • Boosts disaster preparedness, as promoted by the US Department of Health & Human Services
  • 8 hours of Operations Level Training
  • Follows Joint Commission accreditation standards for decontamination and emergency planning
  • Follows the guidelines of OSHA’s Best Practices for Hospital-Based First Receivers
  • Explains and portrays the use of ICS within a healthcare environment that is consistent with the most recent revision of the Hospital Incident Command System
  • Helps healthcare facilities integrate with the National Incident Management System (NIMS)
  • Provides Awareness training that is appropriate for all healthcare personnel (Module 1)
  • Provides in-depth training on the use of protective clothing and respiratory protection (Module 3)

Titles included:

Hospital First Receiver Series DVDs

Runtime: 110 minutes

OSHA Hazwoper training for hospitals. Don’t let unexpected contamination close your facility!

Hospital First Receiver Series is a 4-module series of OSHA Hazwoper training videos, providing health and safety training for hospital personnel to protect them against exposure to contaminants during mass casualty situations. This program is peer reviewed.

Hospital First Receiver Series provides at least eight hours of training in the competencies required by OSHA for healthcare personnel to be certified at the Operations Level.

An incident involving mass casualties from a hazardous material or WMD event would place healthcare facilities and staff at risk of contamination. This training package includes four safety training DVDs, an Instructor CD-ROM and Workbook.

Benefits of the package:

  • Boosts disaster preparedness, as promoted by the US Department of Health & Human Services
  • 8 hours of Operations Level Training
  • Follows Joint Commission accreditation standards for decontamination and emergency planning
  • Follows the guidelines of OSHA’s Best Practices for Hospital-Based First Receivers
  • Explains and portrays the use of ICS within a healthcare environment that is consistent with the most recent revision of the Hospital Incident Command System
  • Helps healthcare facilities integrate with the National Incident Management System (NIMS)
  • Provides Awareness training that is appropriate for all healthcare personnel (Module 1)
  • Provides in-depth training on the use of protective clothing and respiratory protection (Module 3)

The four modules are:

Recognizing Contaminated Patients DVD

Runtime: 26 minutes

This hospital staff training video teaches personnel to avoid contamination of self and facility during mass casualty incidents

This DVD can stand alone to provide awareness training to staff about avoiding contamination during the initial care and treatment of victims, or as a part of the series to provide Operations Level training for those who may participate in mass casualty decontamination.

Topics covered include:

  • Types of incidents that could result in widespread contamination
  • Terrorist agents: chemical, biological, radiological, explosive & incendiary
  • Hazardous materials: toxic, corrosive, flammable, reactive, radiological
  • Patient symptoms of exposure
  • First Receiver training requirements

HICS: Hospital Incident Command System DVD

Runtime: 27 minutes

HICS training video teaches hospital personnel to integrate with other agencies to manage incidents.

Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) DVD provides video training in HICS – the Hospital Incident Command System, a nationally-recognized system that gives hospitals and other healthcare facilities an emergency management plan for any type of event that adversely affects the facility.

Using HICS allows healthcare facilities to integrate efficiently and effectively with management systems used by other emergency organizations.

Topics covered include:

  • Concepts of HICS
  • Roles & responsibilities of the key players in HICS
  • Safety Zones
  • Decon Unit roles in HICS
  • Relationship to the National Incident Management System

Self Protection DVD

Runtime: 29 minutes

Teaches first receivers and healthcare workers the proper use of PPE to protect from mass contamination.

Self Protection DVD describes how to select the proper type of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), as required by OSHA, to use during a mass casualty situation in order to protect healthcare workers from exposure to patients contaminated with infectious diseases.

This program is designed to provide training and information about the use of protective clothing and equipment to EMS and hospital staff, first receivers, hazmat teams, law enforcement, and waste management workers. It also explains the different choices in PPE and the issues involved in selecting the correct ensemble.

Topics covered include:

  • How exposure occurs
  • Using respiratory protection
  • Proper donning and doffing of PPE
  • Standards for protective clothing
  • EPA levels of protection
  • Avoiding heat injury while using PPE

Patient Decontamination DVD

Runtime: 27 minutes

Decontamination video training for hospitals. Provides Operations Level OSHA training to hospital staff for mass casualty situations.

Patient Decontamination DVD explains the importance of hospital decontamination plans for large numbers of causalities in the event of a major terrorist, hazmat or natural catastrophe resulting in contaminated patients. Without a plan, hospitals risk contamination of staff, patients and the facility.

This program follows the Joint Commission’s accreditation standards for decontamination and emergency planning and outlines the process of quickly mobilizing a hospital decontamination team. It is also ideal for training new decon teams, as well ad for refresher training.

Topics covered include:

  • Decontamination techniques for ambulatory and non-ambulatory patients
  • Weather and modesty issues
  • Equipment and supplies needed
  • Integrating traige with decon
  • Post decon activities

Medical Operations at Hazmat Incidents DVD

Runtime: 26 minutes

Train medical workers to learn how to work with hazmat responders if called to a hazmat incident.

Medical Operations at Hazmat Incidents DVD training video helps organizations meet the requirements of NFPA 473, and Professional Competencies of EMS Personnel Responding to Hazardous Materials Incidents.

EMTs and paramedics will learn how to work with first responders if needed at a hazmat incident.

Topics covered include:

  • How to protect yourself and others from exposure
  • Where to get information on chemical toxicity
  • Protocol for the medical monitoring of entry teams
  • Dealing with contaminated patients
  • Limitations to medical care in the Hot Zone

Included is Managing Hazardous Materials Incidents: Medical Management Guidelines for Acute Chemical Exposures, prepared by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.

Also included is an Instructor’s CD-ROM to help structure a training seminar.

PPE for Ebola & Other Hazards: Protecting Healthcare Workers

Runtime: 26 minutes

Protect workers from Ebola and other infectious disease contaminants

The threat of Ebola cases in America has highlighted the need for rigid requirements for the use of PPE by healthcare workers to prevent the spread of this deadly disease. Since there are no vaccines, proper use of effective PPE is the only way to stop the spread of Ebola.

PPE for Ebola & Other Hazards: Protecting Healthcare Workers DVD describes how to select the proper type of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), as required by OSHA, to use in order to protect healthcare workers from exposure to patients contaminated with Ebola or other infectious diseases, industrial chemicals, and biological and chemical warfare agents.

This program is designed to provide training and information about the use of protective clothing and equipment to EMS and hospital staff, first receivers, hazmat teams, law enforcement, and waste management workers.

Topics covered include:

  • Routes of exposure;
  • Respiratory protection;
  • Details of PPE;
  • Different ensemble classes;
  • Proper donning and doffing protocols;
  • Fitting storage and inspection of PPE;
  • Avoiding heat injuries while wearing PPE; and
  • Decontamination.

Included in this program is an Instructor CD-ROM with resources, exercises, references, PowerPoint presentation, and testing materials that will help instructors with seminar presentations.

Terrorism: Biological Weapons DVD

Runtime: 29 minutes

This biological terrorism preparedness training video provides first responder training for terrorism events.

Terrorism: Biological Weapons DVD training video provides training and response guidelines to emergency personnel who would be called upon to respond to a terrorist incident involving biological agents.

Topics covered include:

  • Possible targets
  • Likely terrorist devices
  • Hazmat response protocols
  • Site management and control
  • Role of National Guard Civil Support Teams and Medical Strike Teams
  • Specialized equipment and supplies
  • Chem-bio certified protective suits and air purifying respirators
  • Incident management
  • Addresses three different scenarios:
    • Intelligence agencies uncover the probability of a known threat and responders are called out to support the operations of the agencies
    • A device is actually discovered, either prior to or following a release
    • An attack goes unrecognized until a number of victims develop symptoms
  • Examines all categories of biological agents: viruses, bacteria, toxins and rickettsia.
  • How biological agents are be delivered
  • Incubation periods
  • Determining the dispersal site

Also included with the package is a Resource CD-ROM, with PowerPoint presentation, post-seminar test and other instructional aids.

Terrorism: Medical Response DVD

Runtime: 29 minutes

Video of Terrorism preparedness training for EMS and public health personnel.

Terrorism: Medical Response DVD is designed to train EMS, medical services, hospitals and public health agencies to prepare personnel in the medical community to be pro-active in planning for and responding to a terrorist incident.

Topics covered include:

  • Characteristics of various categories of biological and chemical agents
  • General indicators of a terrorist event
  • Symptoms of exposure
  • Elements of an emergency plan for hospitals and public health, including staffing issues & resource needs
  • Legal and security issues
  • Surveillance
  • Protective clothing
  • Decontamination
  • Treating victims
  • Mass fatalities

Instructor’s guide included.

 
Produced by Emergency Film Group.