Monday, October 10
8:00 AM–4:00 PM
Host: Orange County Fire Rescue Department (Florida)
This interactive and dynamic course is designed to allow participants to engage in training that will equip them for an Active Shooter Hostile Event Response (A.S.H.E.R). Emergency Medical Service agencies, Fire Departments, and Law Enforcement agencies will assume various roles of unified command during a full scale, hands-on, complex incident.
The class will begin with an informative presentation on best practices and industry standards regarding an Active Shooter Hostile Event. The class will be conducted by a cross-section of industry professionals with backgrounds including all-hazard incident management team leaders, special operations technicians and commanders, task force team specialists, and members of the Orange County Fire Rescue Department Operations division and Training and EMS Sections.
Participants from the command-and-control lesson will have the opportunity to direct participants involved in the operator class through a vigorous and intense scenario to bring elements of an ASHER into perspective. The scenario will include multiple events in satellite locations that will be streamed to the incident command post. Additionally, participants will be given indispensable information to implement a new program or enhance their current program back at home. Participants will be able to observe a functioning patient collection point, as well as patient treatment triage and transport.
Course components will focus on the following areas: Incident Command System, Unified Command, ASHER, RTF concept, integrated response, and NFPA 3000.
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