This course covers basic defensive and offensive mitigation techniques available to responders. This course is primarily hands-on in nature. After appropriate classroom coverage and hands-on exercises, the trainees will apply their skills in mock emergency responses.
This 5-day course is designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120, paragraphs (b) through (o), covering hazardous waste site workers. The course is designed for environmental contractors and consultants, well drillers, regulatory agency personnel, private-sector project managers, and others who need to enter hazardous waste sites.
This 1-day course is designed to address the Emergency Responder requirement 29 CFR 1910.120 (q)(8). It is designed to be of sufficient content and duration to maintain responders’ competencies.
This is an awareness-level course for rural first responders – law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services, and EMA, local emergency planners and private maritime community stakeholders. The course equips participants with the basic competencies associated with port and vessel security and a working knowledge of maritime security appropriate to public safety responders in rural jurisdictions. Participants are given instruction on specific maritime security regulations affecting facilities and vessels (e.g., MARSEC levels, SSI, TWIC, etc.). Potential hazards in the dock and vessel environment are also identified.
This awareness-level course educates rural emergency responders on freight rail car incidents involving hazardous materials. Participants learn the potential hazards at a train derailment, properties of specific chemicals, and various incident control, confinement and containment techniques. In addition, participants learn damage assessment strategies to help interpret damage to rail cars in the event of an incident.
This is an 8-hour awareness level training course to educate administrators and personnel responsible for school safety/security, plus rural law enforcement, on effective response to school-based emergencies. The course emphasizes bringing potentially effected groups together in collaborative planning, preparing, communicating, responding, and recovering from an incident.
This awareness-level course has been developed to bring together rural pipeline security stakeholders to recognize pipeline security threats and identify mitigation strategies within their jurisdictions to ensure the rural pipeline sector is secure and resilient.
This course builds on, utilizes, and refines the rescue skills provided and will further the worker’s understanding of the procedures and techniques of non-entry and limited entry rescue in a realistic, scenario driven environment.
This course is designed for general industry and construction workers to provide a basic understanding of the OSHA Confined Space Regulation 29 CFR 1910.146 and associated regulatory requirements.
This comprehensive 2-day training course is designed to meet DOT training requirements applicable to hazmat employers with hazmat employees — 49 CFR Part 172, Subpart H. (Testing is conducted as required)
The Center for Rural Development (CRD) has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (DOT PHMSA) and has partnered with the All Hazards Training Center (AHTC) to provide hazardous materials training for volunteer and remote emergency responders. This training is specifically for responses to incidents that involve shipments of crude oil, ethanol, and other flammable liquids. Through this DOT grant, the All Hazards trainers can present this workshop at your location at no cost. This training is recommended for first responders, law enforcement, emergency management personnel, and other community stakeholders, including railroad representatives.
This training is provided free by The Center for Rural Development and the AHTC on behalf of the U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration through the DOT PHMSA Award # 693JK31940002HMAT.
This one-day training course meets the “once every three years” 49 CFR recurrent training requirement, as specified by DOT for hazmat employers and hazmat employees. (Testing is conducted as required)
This U. S. Coast Guard-accepted course provides Facility Security Officers (FSOs) the knowledge and skills needed to meet the requirements of 33 CFR 105.205, the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code, and the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA).
This 3-day course introduces participants to the incident command system as addressed by OSHA, as well as the National Fire Academy, EPA, and FEMA. Trainees will participate in contingency-planning development exercises as well as tabletop exercises designed to enhance their skills in planning and managing an emergency response utilizing an incident command structure.
This 1-day course is designed to address the Emergency Response requirement 29 CFR 1910.120 (q)(8), and NIMS/ICS. It is designed to be of sufficient content and duration to maintain responder competencies.
In the post 9/11 reality, maritime regulations require that all maritime facility employees receive security training. This includes not just full-time employees, but part-time and contractor workers as well. This 4-hour course responds to that need by satisfying the content requirements of 33 CFR 105.215.
This 8-hour course provides facility personnel having dedicated security duties the knowledge and skills needed to meet the requirements of 33 CFR 105.210 and the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code.
This 2-day course is designed to provide operational-level details to support many of the topics discussed in AWR 148 – ‘Crisis Management for School Based Incidents’. This management-level course brings together key decision makers from schools, law enforcement, fire, emergency management and other community stakeholders to collaborate in the planning, preparation, communication, response, and recover in the event of a school-based incident.
This 1-day RCRA annual refresher reviews the major aspects of hazardous waste management procedures, regulatory compliance, and RCRA contingency plan implementation. Current RCRA issues that are surfacing and being debated in Washington, D.C., and regional and state EPA offices will also be addressed.
This 2-day training course is designed for environmental compliance personnel at industrial facilities, federal facilities, and commercial businesses who have RCRA regulatory responsibilities. Environmental staff members who are responsible for hazardous waste management procedures, and those responsible for supervising employees that work with hazardous waste, will also benefit from this course.