First response to CBRNE incidents – Initial and Intermediate Courses for those engaged in responding to CBRN incidents

STUDENTS ENROLLED

    First response to incidents of CBRNE incidents and Managing the response to CBRNE incidents

    UK CBRN

     

    As members of UKCBRN we are pleased to provide a group of products focused on this important area of security and policing.

     

    This programme will allow officers form all ranks to consider the possibility of CBRNE when responding to incidents; it will help them identify this type of incident from others, take immediate and effective control, coordinate with other emergency responders and contain the risk so that it can be managed by experts.

    This programme will provide leaders and supervisors the opportunity to not just consider how they would respond but to work through scenarios to develop an understanding of how to manage their staff, reduce risks, protect the public and ensure that evidence is preserved to identify and capture those responsible. It will consider how to manage the psychological impact of such events to reduce public fear and increase confidence in the response.

    Aim

    To improve your ability to effectively respond to and recover from CBRNE incidents

    Objectives

    The course will be delivered through three modules with a number of objectives:

    Module 1: Planning and Preparation

    By the end of this module the students will be able to:

    • Recognise characteristics and specific risks of Chemical incidents
    • Recognise characteristics and specific risks of Biological incidents
    • Recognise characteristics and specific risks of Radiological/Nuclear incidents
    • Describe the wider impact of CBRNE from other emergency incidents on yourself, the public and when planning
    • Explain the principles of responding to CBRNE emergency incidents
    • Recognise the importance and key activities within each stage of emergency management – assess, prepare, respond, recover
    • Understand the need to record decisions

     

    Module 2: Response

    By the end of this module the students will be able to:

    • Understand the need to identify potential CBRNE incidents
    • Identify a range of CBRNE incidents
    • Articulate the actions they would take on arriving at suspected CBRNE incident
    • Manage a risk assessment process to identify threats and hazards when responding to CBRNE incidents
    • Understand the multi-agency capabilities (roles and responsibilities) when responding to CBRNE incidents
    • Recognise the importance of situational awareness, how it is achieved and how it supports decision making
    • Put in place processes to manage the scene of a CBRNE incident
    PRIVATE COURSE
    • PRIVATE
    • EXPIRED

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