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Name Chemical/Drug Exposure; A Unified Response From Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS/HazMat, & Hospital Emergency Response Train-the-Trainer Program : ( LEPC)
Description On a daily basis, emergency responders face chemical and drug dangers that can cause illness, injury, and even death. From using chemicals to commit suicide to synthetic opioids, chemicals and drugs are easily accessible and are more prevalent because of the availability of information on the internet. A lack of understanding of secondary exposure can further exacerbate those situations. Synthetic opioid based drugs can be dangerous to all emergency responders and first receivers and many chemicals and drugs pose a danger beyond just the scene. Course goals are to present students with: Educate first responders and first receivers on current trends of chemicals and drugs commonly misused by the public; Background information and myths of the current trends of chemicals and drugs commonly misused by the public; Addresses appropriate notifications; Addresses appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE); Addresses unified command concerns; Addresses decontamination of
PreRequisite This course is intended for active law enforcement, fire, EMS, and hospital personnel. *Class is from 0800-1700* Train-the-Trainer Course Student manual will be provided to each attendee along with a zip drive containing the PDF version of the student manual, instructor manual, and PowerPoint presentation.
Target Audience Law enforcement (including command personnel),fire department responders and command personnel, HazMat team members, EMS transport personnel, and hospital first receivers
Additional Information On a daily basis, emergency responders face chemical and drug dangers that can cause illness, injury, and even death. From using chemicals to commit suicide to synthetic opioids, chemicals and drugs are easily accessible and are more prevalent because of the availability of information on the internet. A lack of understanding of secondary exposure can further exacerbate those situations. Synthetic opioid based drugs can be dangerous to all emergency responders and first receivers and many chemicals and drugs pose a danger beyond just the scene. Course goals are to present students with: *Educate first responders and first receivers on current trends of chemicals and drugs commonly misused by the public; *Background information and myths of the current trends of chemicals and drugs commonly misused by the public; *Addresses appropriate notifications; *Addresses appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE); *Addresses unified command concerns; *Addresses decontamination of personnel, equipment, and vehicles.
Location City of Orlando EOC
Address 110 George DeSalvia Way
Orlando 32807
Orange
Region 5

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Date Monday, Nov 25, 2019 - Monday, Nov 25, 2019
Point of Contact Mark Reali
4072450300  
mreali@ecfrpc.org
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NameCountyOrganization
John ChapmanOrange Orlando Utilities Commission
John CorfieldOrange Orlando Health Inc.
Melissa SmithOrange Orange County Fire Rescue
Brett CarrollOsceola Osceola County Fire Rescue
John MurphyOsceola Osceola Coutny Fire Rescue
Jose CampinaOrange Other-Orange
Carole Brown Campbell Lake Other-Lake
Stacy KingOrange Orlando Health
Kesley RichardsonSeminole Other-Seminole
Frank HairOrange Other-Orange
Missiouri McPheeOrange Other-Orange
Robert Weidensaul IIIBrevard Kennedy Space Center Fire Dept
Gerald PangelinanDuval Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
Erin MullenOrange Other-Orange
Steven ForgyOrange Other-Orange
Angel M TorresOrange Other-Orange
Heather SnellerOrange Other-Orange
Sven NormannOrange Other-Orange
Joshua CalkinsOrange Orange County Sheriff's Office
Natalie ChavezOrange OEM
Joseph ChapmanOrange Reedy Creek Emergency Services
Robert KingOsceola Other-Osceola
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