Spec Rescue provides a wide range of training opportunities for your organization. Our training is unique in that we focus on not just the knowledge, skills and abilities you need to succeed but in our 'hidden modules' we focus on teamwork, team life cycles and team decision training.
This half day, four hour program is designed for hospital employees who may be in a position to identify the arrival of unannounced victims from an incident involving the release of a hazardous substance. Students will learn procedures for proper notification, safe distance practices, and how to limit the contamination of the hospital facility. Course is designed for Hospital Employees who during the course of daily duties may be presented with a contaminated person.
This one day, eight hour program is designed to meet the OSHA Best Practices for Hospital-Based First Receivers of Victims from Mass Casualty Incidents Involving the Release of Hazardous Substances. The student will become familiar with Emergency Preparedness, Hazard Communications, Respiratory Protection, Chemical Protective Equipment, and Decontamination Procedures. Practical evolutions will be conducted during this program utilizing hospital's equipment to allow students hands on training in equipment use.Course designed for Hospital Employees who will perform decontamination for the hospital as well as any employees who will be operating in protective equipment outside during the receiving of patients.
Course requires instructor ratio of 10:1.
This one day, eight hour class is designed to present the HEICS system to hospital employees and management. HEICS is an optional NIMS (National Incident Management System)-based command system tailored specifically for use by hospitals and is designed to operate in conjunction with other common incident management systems. Table-top activities are included as well as practical demonstrations of incident management. Course is designed for Hospital Employees who may operate at or manage an incident at or involving hospital facility.
Customized drills can be conducted for hospital employees to test the facility readiness to respond to an incident as well as procedures of the Emergency Response Plan. After the drill an after action report can be presented to the facility as an evaluation of their response.
This course is designed to meet the criteria for annual refresher training. Previous training topics are reviewed as well as the presentation of current information and new technology along with its application in the hospital environment. Students must have previously attended an Awareness or Operations Level class in order to be eligible for refresher training. Classroom lecture along with hands on evolutions will help keep the students training up to date. Course requires instructor ratio of 10:1 for hands on evolutions.