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Emergency Film Group

Company Details:
P.O. Box 1928
Edgartown, MA 02539

Phone: 508/627-8844

Website: http://www.efilmgroup.com

Film-based training in emergency response, terrorism response and hazardous materials issues. Available in DVD, Video on Demand, Online courses, VHS.

  • Audiovisual (videos, slides)
    Hospitals and other healthcare facilities need an emergency management plan for any type of event that adversely affects the facility. This ...Continue Reading
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  • Education, Training
    An incident involving mass casualties from a hazardous material or WMD event would place healthcare facilities and ems staff at risk of contamination ...Continue Reading
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  • Education, Training
    EMTs and paramedics need to know how to work with hazmat responders if called upon to respond to a hazmat incident. ...Continue Reading
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  • The training program examines the critical process hazmat responders of all levels should take when sizing up a hazardous materials incident. ...Continue Reading
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  • Education, Training
    Emergency Film Group has produced "NIMS for EOCs" to help organizations and jurisdictions organize a NIMS-based Emergency Operations Center and implement it when needed. Combining realistic training exercises that simulate crisis situations wi ...Continue Reading
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  • Education, Training
    Hospitals must have a plan to decontaminate large numbers of casualties in the event of a major terrorist, hazmat or natural catastrophe resulting in contaminated patients. Without a plan, hospitals risk contaminat ...Continue Reading
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  • Education, Training
    Healthcare workers risk exposure to hazardous materials or terrorist agents when hospitals receive contaminated patients. This program provides training in the initial care and treatment of contaminated victims in order to prevent contamination of ...Continue Reading
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  • Apparel, Uniforms
    Selecting the proper type of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is important to protect healthcare workers from exposure to contaminated patients. This DVD program, part of Hospital First Receiver, explains about ...Continue Reading
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  • Communication, Dispatch
    DVD-based program provides Awareness level training for NFPA 1670 and NFPA 1006. Designed for emergency responders who may be first on the scene of a technical rescue incident. Package includes DVD plus Leader's Guide. Topics covered: ...Continue Reading
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  • Education, Training
    This DVD-based package provides training and response guidelines to emergency personnel who would be called upon to respond to a terrorist incident involving biological agents. Package includes 29-minute DVD plus a separate ...Continue Reading
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  • Audiovisual (videos, slides)
    Designed for EMS, medical services, hospitals and public health agencies, this important training resource prepares personnel in the medical community to be pro-active in planning for and responding to a terrorist incident. ...Continue Reading
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