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Name AWR-140: Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Operations
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Target Audience Emergency Management Emergency Medical Services Fire Service Governmental Administrative Hazardous Material Law Enforcement Health Care Public Health Public Safety Communications Public Works Citizen/Community Volunteer Security and Safety Search & Rescue Transportation
Additional Information Course time is 8AM-12PM. The purpose of the Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear Operations, AWR-140, course, is to provide awareness and operations level training to those participants, who in the course of their normal duties could encounter a radiological/nuclear incident. The course will introduce topics that are relevant to a radiological/nuclear operation: Radiation, Radiological/Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Threats, Recognition and Notification, Protective Actions. This training will provide the participant with the fundamental knowledge of radiation and give the participant the awareness level knowledge (defensive posture) to respond to a radiological/nuclear WMD incident. It will train the awareness level tasks - recognition, self-protection, notification and secure the area - as it relates to a radiological incident. This will be accomplished by explaining protective actions and presenting administrative and engineering controls/procedures to help minimize health risks during a radiological emergency. The course also covers material found at the operations level and meets a large portion of NFPA-472 Annex D-Analyzing the Incident. Participants who complete this course (AWR-140) along with the CTOS Instrument Course and Operations Response to Radiological/Nuclear WMDs will have completed the competencies, behaviors and tasks found in NFPA-472 Annex D and met the intent of the Standard.
Location Osceola County EOC
Address 2586 Partin Settlement Road
Kissimmee 34744
Osceola
Region 5

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Date Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020 - Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020
Point of Contact Margaret Hart
407-742-9013  
margaret.hart@osceola.org
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NameCountyOrganization
Andrew SullivanOsceola Osceola County Fire Rescue & EMS
Brian ChabotOsceola Osceola County Fire Rescue
Jaime GarciaOsceola Emergency Management
Margaret HartOsceola Osceola County Office of Emergency Management
James CollingsOsceola  
John CrichtonOsceola  
Brad ShafferOsceola  
Morgan LenhartOrange Other-Orange
Ihab OsmanOrange Department of Health
Robert MuscoLake United States Coast Guard Auxiliary
Nicholas MassotOrange Other-Orange
Tiffany EstevesOrange Other-Orange
Steve CarrollOsceola  
Jimmy EnriquezMarion Marion County Fire Rescue
Brendon CookMarion  
Andrew FinzMarion  
Alan ChanceyHighlands Civil Air Patrol
Sylma Diaz DiazOrange Other-Orange
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