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Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations: Skills and Drills DVD

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Description

Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations: Skills and Drills DVD walks students and experienced firefighters alike through the most important hazardous materials skills responders need to know. Capturing more than 50 real-life scenes, this DVD will teach students how to successfully perform each skill and offers helpful information, tips, and pointers designed to facilitate progression through practical examinations. This exciting DVD gives students the chance to witness responders in action and in “real” time.

Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations: Skills and Drills DVD

Contents

  • Chapter  Skill Drill 3-1  Using the Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG)
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 5-1  Performing Emergency Decontamination
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 7-1  Donning a Level A Ensemble
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 7-2  Doffing a Level A Ensemble
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 7-3  Donning a Level B Nonencapsulated Chemical-Protective Clothing Ensemble
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 7-4  Doffing a Level B Nonencapsulated Chemical-Protective Clothing Ensemble
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 7-5  Donning a Level C Chemical-Protective Clothing Ensemble
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 7-6  Doffing a Level C Chemical-Protective Clothing Ensemble
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 7-7  Donning a Level D Chemical-Protective Clothing Ensemble
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 8-1  Performing Technical Decontamination on a Responder
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 9-1  Mass Decontamination for Ambulatory Victims
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 9-2  Mass Decontamination for Nonambulatory Victims
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-1  Collecting and Processing Evidence
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-2  Securing, Characterizing, and Preserving the Scene
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-3  Documenting Personnel and Scene Activity
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-4  Implementing Response Options
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-5  Identifying Samples and Evidence to Be Collected
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-6  Collecting Samples Using the Equipment Provided and Preventing Secondary Contamination
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-7  Documenting Evidence
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 10-8  Evidence Labeling, Packaging, and Decontamination
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-1  Using Absorption/Adsorption to Manage a Hazardous Materials Incident
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-2  Constructing an Overflow Dam
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-3  Constructing an Underflow Dam
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-4  Constructing a Dike
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-5  Using Dilution to Manage a Hazardous Materials Incident
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-6  Constructing a Diversion
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-7  Using Retention to Manage a Hazardous Materials Incident
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-8  Using Vapor Dispersion to Manage a Hazardous Materials Incident
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-9  Using Vapor Suppression to Manage a Hazardous Materials Incident
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-10  Performing the Rain-Down Method of Applying Foam
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-11  Performing the Roll-In Method of Applying Foam
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 11-12  Performing the Bounce-off Method of Applying Foam
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-1  Performing a One-Person Walking Assist
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-2  Performing a Two-Person Walking Assist
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-3  Performing a Two-Person Extremity Carry
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-4  Performing a Two-Person Seat Carry
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-5  Performing a Two-Person Chair Carry
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-6  Performing a Cradle-in-Arms Carry
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-7  Performing a Clothes Drag
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-8  Performing a Blanket Drag
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-9  Performing a Standing Drag
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-10  Performing a Webbing Sling Drag
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-11  Performing a Fire Fighter Drag
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-12  Performing a One-Person Emergency Drag from a Vehicle
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 12-13  Performing a Long Backboard Rescue
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 13-1  Identifying and/or Avoiding Safety Hazards
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 13-2  Conducting Joint Hazardous Materials Operations
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 13-3  Decontaminating Tactical Law Enforcement Personnel
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 14-1  Ten Basic Rules for Detection and Monitoring
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 14-2  Performing a Start-Up Procedure with a Bump Test
  • Chapter  Skill Drill 14-3  Using a Multi-gas Meter to Provide Atmospheric Monitoring

 

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Weight 2 lbs