Program H (ERHM)

Program H (ERHM)

Event Aug 02, 2012
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Type: Training
Date: 11/25/2012 1:00 AM EST - 12/01/2012 1:00 AM EST
Location: Anniston, Al
https://cdp.dhs.gov/schedules/program/h.html

The Emergency Responder Hazardous Materials Technician for CBRNE Incidents course is a five-day course providing students with a combination of lectures and hands-on practical exercises.

ERHM is designed for students who may be required to perform duties at a CBRNE incident. To be eligible to attend the ERHM course, candidates must have successfully completed AWR-160 Standardized Awareness Training or another certified awareness training course; IS-100.b, Introduction to the Incident Command System or any of the available ICS-100 series; IS-200.b, ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents or any of the available ICS-200 series; IS-700.a, National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction course offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

In its ongoing effort to protect the lives of its community members, the Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance & Rescue Squad is launching its brand new volunteer recruitment and awareness campaign.
St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital will be expanding its emergency department with the $8 million grant received from the state Health Department.
Lifeguard Ambulance Service held its annual mock vehicle accident to show spectators how EMS personnel and firefighters operate during similar scenarios.
Firefighters Jeff Hoover, Peter Lammer, Jeremy Smith and Zachary Bruce received the Sullivan Brothers' Award of Valor for saving the life of a man whose truck was submerged in freezing waters.
The Cypress Creek Communications Center was named Telecommunicator of the Year at the 2017 Texas EMS Conference in Fort Worth.
The Spokane Fire Department has selected its first woman assistant chief, Trisha Wolford, since its start in 1884.
Recently retired Lt. James Baker allegedly groped female patients on numerous occasions before he was arrested for putting a hidden camera in the women's bathroom at the fire station.
Gia Smith, registered nurse and CEO of Central Valley Speciality Hospital, sprang into action on her cross-country flight when a fellow Californian suffered a heart attack.
Josh Granada, an Orlando Fire Department paramedic, was fired for violating privacy laws after taking an audio recording of a patient and later showing it to his coworkers.
Hawkeye Community College demonstrated the roles of various healthcare professionals treating the injured patients, including paramedics, respiratory therapists, nurses, medical lab technicians, and physical therapists.
The Line of Duty Death project recently erected roadway dedication signs with the names of the firefighters who have died since the foundation of Howard County's volunteer fire station.
EmergyCare is taking applications to provide two women with scholarships to pay for EMT school and textbooks along with jobs upon completion of their training.
Manatee County emergency management officials are asking 100 plus businesses to register their AEDs on the PulsePoint app so users know if there are cardiac arrest victims nearby who need aid.
Baltimore City Council has fielded complaints about 9-1-1 callers being on hold during serious emergencies caused by understaffed dispatch centers and too many non-emergency calls.
The small, military-grade sensor device detects gunshot sounds and sends alerts to police to save more lives in active shooter scenarios.