First responders frequently encounter hazardous materials (Hazmat) unexpectedly despite general awareness and information sharing efforts between industry and the public safety community. General community-wide planning efforts fail to provide useful products for first responders that enable immediate actions and effective risk assessments during incident response. The tragedies of West, TX, Tianjin, China, and Lac-Magentic, Quebec remind us of the need for effective planning and response to Hazmat incidents. Conducting and implementing Pre-Incident Plans for Hazmat facilities is a way to mitigate future tragedies, but unfortunately many private and public sector planners lack the training needed to do them properly.
This course is designed by ASG's emergency preparedness subject matter experts and builds a foundation of knowledge of the NFPA 1620 Standard for Pre-Incident Planning and helps businesses with the beginning steps of conducting and implementing Pre-Incident Plans for their facilities.
Bob Campbell, PE
A Certificate of Completion with 2.5 Professional Development Hours will be issued to students completing all course requirements and with a passing score of 70% or higher on the section quizzes.
- Understand regulatory foundation for public-private emergency planning
- Apply the principles outlined in NFPA 1620 Standard for Pre-Incident Planning, to strengthen Hazmat Preparedness
- Community Emergency Response Planning
- Industry EHS Compliance
- What is Pre-Incident Planning?
- Pre-Incident Planning Case Studies
- Best Practices and Application for the EHS Professional
Students can complete the course at their own pace but are required watch all three section video lectures, take the section quizzes, and submit the Course Feedback Form before receiving the certificate.
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