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First Responders Workshop

A Component of Risk Assessment Team Model


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Ryan Atteberry-Thurston HighAudience: Law Enforcement agencies, School Resource Officers, Fire Rescue, Emergency Services, Emergency Medical Technicians, Hospital ER staff, Clergy, PTA/PTO leaders, community volunteers and school officials.

Objective: To include affective coordination in the Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operation Plans, unique to each school/organization but uniform in procedure, so that all efforts at the onset of a emergency/crisis can be focused on resolving the crisis.

This training will highlight the uniqueness of each of the designated organizations/schools (like organizations or schools in the; city, district, county or other boundaries which are set) and will identify areas within their emergency response planning that can be made uniform. The organizations/schools will identify ways that they can be a resource for each other in the event of an emergency/crisis. Organization/Schools should insure that law enforcement and Fire Rescue have updated maps of floor plans of all buildings &/or campuses. Law enforcement agencies will discuss jurisdiction and roles in a variety of scenarios. There will be an open discussion of Responsibility and Authority. Medical personnel will discuss on site triage, mass casualty procedures and air evacuation requirements. The concept of Command Post operations will be presented. Those who already have an Emergency Response/Crisis Action Plan, should bring it with them to be incorporated into the training. Assess8

Who Should attend this workshop?:

  • Law Enforcement agencies
  • School Resource Officers
  • Fire Rescue, Emergency Services
  • Emergency Medical Technicians
  • Hospital ER staff
  • Clergy
  • PTA/PTO leaders
  • community volunteers
  • school officials

Objective

To update a coordinated Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operation Plan, unique to each organization or school but uniform in procedure, so that all efforts at the onset of a crisis/emergency can be focused on resolving the crisis/emergency.

Course Description:

This workshop will highlight the uniqueness of each of the schools within the designated district, county or other boundary and identify areas in their crisis/emergency planning that can be made uniform. The schools will identify ways that they can be a resource for each other in the event of a crisis/emergency.

Schools/organizations should insure that law enforcement and Fire Rescue have updated maps of every campus and floor plans of every building. Law enforcement agencies will discuss jurisdiction and roles in a variety of scenarios. There will be an open discussion of Responsibility and Authority.

Medical personnel will discuss on site triage, mass casualty procedures and air evacuation requirements. The concept of Command Post operations will be presented.

This is a follow on training from the “School Violence Readiness Training” It is designed to assist schools and first responders in implementing the procedures covered in the crisis/emergency full blow trainings or in other training that schools may have had.

This training is interactive.

Those who already have a Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operation Plans, should bring it with them to be incorporated into the training. Other areas that may be covered (which can be tailored to specific school needs) are Dress Code Issues, Visitors Policies, Student ID’s, How Students can conceal weapons, Setting District wide Crisis Response Codes & Procedures, When to Evaluate and When not to Evacuate, Bomb Threat Procedures, Traffic Control and more….

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