Disaster Preparedness Training Video Package Details
Emergency Action Preparedness - 5 Safety Videos in one package.
5015A Bomb Threat Procedures - VIEW COURSE
Bombing and the threat of being bombed are harsh realities in today's world. The public is becoming more aware of those incidents of violence and the potential for destruction and physical harm. Law enforcement is charged with the responsibility of protecting life and property, but law enforcement alone will not do the job. It's up to each and everyone to do their part. Training and awareness will go a long way toward making your homes and workplaces safer and more secure environments.
5016A Emergency Evacuation - VIEW COURSE
Concern and commitment for the safety and health of all employees is a high priority. Throughout the world, there are disasters of many types such as hurricanes, floods, bombs, toxic chemical releases, radioactive releases, fires, tornados, earthquakes, and other disasters. One of the most important considerations in surviving any type of disaster is preparing for the emergency.
18007A Chemical and Biological Threat - Emergency Preparedness - VIEW COURSE
This program outlines the potential chemical and biological threats facing Americans today. Excellent training for companies looking to help prepare employees for these potential threats. Discusses measures organizations can take to reduce these concerns and threats at work and at home.
18008A The Anthrax Threat - VIEW COURSE
Although there is a massive amount of information on this subject, it's important to help allay any fears of Anthrax. This program explains what companies and employees can do to reduce the threat and address misinformation. Features Dr. Dennis Perrota, State Epidemiologist for the State of Texas, who explains how to protect yourself from the threat. This is the best training video on this topic in the industry.
18009A Nuclear and Radiological Weapons - VIEW COURSE
This program was developed with the assistance of Homeland Security, Louisiana Emergency Response, and the 62nd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Response Team. Additionally, Chris Troesh, a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical expert has made this program easy to understand and provides needed information for anyone who may be exposed to nuclear radiation, such as from a dirty bomb, nuclear device or accidental release. This is an important program for all employees, as experts rate the threat of a dirty bomb in the USA as high.
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