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FSE/OSH 305 – Hazardous Materials

Dealing with hazardous materials is an important component of emergency response. In this course, students learn the 8-step process involved with responding to a hazardous materials incident and discover how to implement a course of action. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the Incident Management System and be able to identify the hazards associated with the transportation and fixed facilities storage of hazardous materials. Other topics include preparedness, response and recovery of materials, risk assessment, PPE, and decontamination procedures. (Prerequisite course: FSE 120)

Instructor: William D. Hicks

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FSE 305- Immediate Actions
Learn when and how to commit to a full evacuation for emergency response, and the steps necessary to do so.

FSE 305-Site Management and Control
Learn how to implement an incident action plan, and how to effectively allocate emergency response resources.

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