This course is designed to meet the requirements as defined by 1910.120(q)(6)(v) for your facility Incident Commanders on the use of the Incident Command System (ICS)/National Incident Management System (NIMS). They will learn how the incident command structure is formed to manage emergency incidents at industrial emergency scenes, increase responder safety and more effectively use available resources. They will implement key concepts through group activities, computer simulation and table top exercises of crisis events.
Topics include implementation of the incident command system, facility emergency response plans, risks associated with working in chemical protective, the importance of decontamination and being able to implement the company's decontamination plan.
Travis is the principal owner and one of the main program developers for many of E-Med’s courses. Travis retired as an Operations Division Chief from the Columbia Fire Department with over 25 years of service and is now sharing his passion for teaching and training full-time.
Travis is an accomplished fire service speaker and has conducted multiple international train-the-trainer sessions in Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait.
Danny joins the E-Med team with over 30 years of Nuclear and Industrial fire brigade expertise. He is a credentialed master-instructor through Texas A&M and has taught extensively in the US and Canada. Specialties include Emergency Care Programs, National Safety Council Emergency Care Course Instructor-Train-the-trainer, NIMS All-Hazard Training / ICS, NFPA 1006/1670 Rescue Technician, OSHA 1910.120 Hazmat, and NFPA 600/1081 Industrial Fire Brigade Emergency Response.
Robbie is a Battalion Chief with the Columbia Fire Department with over 16 years of fire service experience, assigned to Battalion 4 in Richland County. Robbie has technical rescue experience as well as Hazardous Materials response and is one of E-Med's industrial fire brigade instructors.
Chris is a Captain with the Columbia Fire Department assigned to Ladder 7 with nearly 24 years of fire service experience. Chris is an adjunct instructor for the South Carolina Fire Academy, and teaches new recruits for the Columbia Fire Department. Chris also has technical rescue expertise, and industrial fire brigade instruction.
Chad is a Captain with the Columbia Fire Department with over 20 Years of fire service experience. He is assigned to Rescue 1, the department's heavy technical rescue unit. Chad is also an adjunct instructor for the South Carolina Fire Academy.
Jeremy is a Battalion Chief in Columbia, SC with over 22 years of experience and has a background in Hazmat, Technical Rescue and Medical. Jeremy is the senior instructor-trainer and client program coordinator. Jeremy teaches all of E-Med's programs nationally and internationally.
Robert is a Battalion Chief in Columbia, SC with 22 years in the fire service. Rob has has been teaching for nearly 18 years and is also an Adjunct instructor with the South Carolina Fire Academy. Rob is one of E-Med's senior instructors with instruction specialty in Hazmat response and introductory fire fighter programs, along with industrial response training programs, covering all 6 of E-Med's training disciplines.
Creating confident responders since 2005.
JP started his fire brigade career in 1983 while serving in the U.S. Navy. He has been serving his community as a volunteer captain for nearly 25 years. JP currently works as a Reliability Technician for Michelin and serves as a Team Leader on their industrial fire brigade. He has also been an adjunct South Carolina Fire Academy Instructor since 1996.
Battalion Chief (Retired) Steve Curry was a member of the Columbia Fire Department for 25 years and served as the Chief of Training for 5 years as well as an Operations Battalion Chief. Steve has been instructing at the South Carolina Fire Academy for the past 23 years primarily focusing on Hazmat training programs and is a Lead Instructor with FEMA Homeland Security at the Center of Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Alabama where he has been teaching hazardous materials and WMD classes for the past 15 years. Steve is also an Instructor for SERTC remote delivery in Pueblo, CO. Before retirement, he served as the assistant hazmat team leader for the Midlands WMD Regional Response team and functioned as Safety Officer for the Midlands Type 3 IMT team and as also served SCTF-1 as a Hazmat Manger and Safety officer and with Columbia Fire Department’s Hazardous Materials Team for over 16 years..
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