Emergency Response to Terrorism:
Tactical Considerations For Emergency Medical Services

This two-day program is designed for the first on the scene responding EMS personnel with the responsibility to render patient care to victims of terrorist incidents. Training will cover security considerations, identifying signs of terrorism, anticipating unusual response circumstances, assessing information and taking corrective actions, and determining strategies for survival. You will also learn to apply your knowledge about response to B-NICE events, providing patient care, identifying and preserving evidence, managing site safety, documenting the event and debriefing personnel.

It is assumed that students of this program have had exposure to FEMA’s ERT: Basic Concepts course or the ERT: Self-Study course.

Course Date and Location

January 30 & 31, 2001 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – CT. Fire Academy – Course #01200106

Emergency Response to Terrorism:
Tactical Considerations for Company Officers

This two-day program is designed for the first on the scene supervisor (company officer). Students will be able to identify signs of terrorism, anticipate unusual response circumstances, assess information and take corrective actions, and determine strategies for survival. Students will be expected to apply their knowledge about response to identify and preserve evidence, manage site safety, document the event and debrief personnel.

The goal of the course is to supply the responding office with the strategic and tactical tools to recognize a hostile act, minimize losses, identify self-protective measures to other arriving units, establish command, mange the incident, and direct operations until relieved by a senior ranking officer.

Either FEMA’s ERT: Basic Concepts course or the ERT: Self-Study course is a prerequisite to this course.

Course Date and Location

February 13 & 14, 2001 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – CT. Fire Academy – Course #01200105

Emergency Response to Terrorism:
Tactical Considerations for Hazardous Materials

This two-day program is designed for the first on the scene hazardous materials technician or persons with haz-mat responsibilities for developing initial tactical considerations. It will cover the needs of response personnel, who could be career or volunteer. Training includes security considerations, identifying signs of terrorism, anticipating unusual response circumstances, assessing information and taking corrective actions, and importantly, determining strategies for survival. You also will apply your knowledge about response to B-NICE events: identifying and preserving evidence, managing site safety, mitigating the incident, documenting the event, and debriefing personnel.

Either FEMA’s ERT: Basic Concepts course or the ERT: Self-Study course is a prerequisite to this course.

Course Date and Location

April 21 & 22, 2001 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – CT. Fire Academy – Course #01200107

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Application - Emergency Response to Terrorism: Tactical Consideration Courses

NAME: _________________________________________________________________________ _____

SS#: _____________________________________________________________________

HM. ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________________

CITY: ______________________________ STATE: _____________ZIP: _______________

HM #: _______________________________ WK #: _______________________________

_____ ERT:TC for EMS - January 30 & 31, 2001 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – CT. Fire Academy – Course #01200106

_____ ERT:TC for CO. Officers - February 13 & 14, 2001 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – CT. Fire Academy – Course #01200105

_____ ERT:TC for HazMat - April 21 & 22, 2001 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – CT. Fire Academy – Course #01200107

CHIEF/SUPERVISOR’S SIGNATURE:__________________________________

DEPT: _________________________________

RETURN TO:

Commission on Fire Prevention and Control - Connecticut Fire Academy
34 Perimeter Road - Windsor Locks, CT. 06096

THERE IS NO COURSE FEE FOR THIS PROGRAM.

Any questions on this program email john.gamble@po.state.ct.us