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Hazardous Materials Incident Management



January 11-16, 2016

Hazardous Materials Incident Management

Download

FEMA General Admissions Application Form 119-25-1

Download

Instructions on how to obtain a FEMA Student ID number

FEMA Website

 


Course Description

This 6-day program focuses on the duties and responsibilities of the emergency response personnel who will assume the Incident Commander role in hazardous materials emergencies above the initial response. Based on current requirements of Title 20 of the Code of Federal Regulations Section 1910.120 (29CFR1910) and the applicable national standards, the program follows 3 phases of an incident: pre-planning, incident operations and post-incident responsibilities. Topics include negligence and liability, planning, and emergency response plans. Evaluation of the studentís knowledge of the subject is attained through written tests and grades scenarios. Evening classes and projects are required.


 

Target Audience

Emergency response personnel who may be called upon to assume the duties of the IC at hazardous materials incidents as described in 29 CFR 1910.120. Safety officers as described in 29 CFR 1910.120. Departmental training officers, Chief Officers, company officers, and regularly acting officers. Emergency management personnel who would interface with emergency response personnel through an EOC operation at a hazardous materials incident. While safety officers and training officers meet the acceptable criteria for this program, the program is not designed for technician-level personnel.


Prerequisites


Location

West County EMS and Fire Protection District
13790 Manchester Road
Manchester, MO 63011

 

 

Fee

No cost. This course is being provided by the National Fire Academy.


Hotel Information

Students are responsible for their own lodging and travel arrangements.


Registration

The National Fire Academy requires a minimum of 15 students to be registered 40 days in advance (December 2, 2015) of the class start date. Once the minimum number of students are met, applications will continue to be accepted, up to the maximum of 30 students.

To register, complete the registration form and return to MU FRTI. Applicants will need a FEMA Student Identification (SID) number. For information on how to obtain an SID please visit: https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID.

Send completed forms along with any additional documentation by one of the following methods:

FEMA General Admissions Application Form 119-25-1 – PDF

Instructions on how to obtain a FEMA Student Identification number – FEMA Website

3 Easy Ways to Register!

Download the Registration Form Here

Send completed forms along with any additional documentation by one of the following methods:

  1. Fax: 573-882-0678
  2. E-Mail: frti@missouri.edu
  3. Mail: Your completed form to:
    MU FRTI
    1110 South College Avenue, Room 232
    Columbia, MO 65211-3410

 

Point of Contact

Questions can be addressed by calling MU FRTI at 800-869-3476 or be e-mail at frti@missouri.edu


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