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June 2, 2020
8:15-9:15AM

Navigating NFPA Standards and the Certification Pathway for Credentialing Emergency Responders

Gordon Lohmeyer, Executive Associate Division Director, Texas A & M Engineering Extension Service

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Training is a key element in any successful response to an Industrial Emergency. Without it, you would have mass chaos on the emergency response scene.  The key elements of a successful training plan are the type, the amount and the frequency.  This presentation will take an in-depth look at OSHA Regulations and NFPA Standards and how they shape our training plans.  We will take a look at several training/certification options including: in-house training (AHJ), training provided by an accredited training provider and the newly-developed Texas Industrial Emergency Services Board (TIESB) voluntary certification program.

 

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2020-06-02 08:15:00 2020-06-02 09:15:00 America/Detroit Navigating NFPA Standards and the Certification Pathway for Credentialing Emergency Responders Training is a key element in any successful response to an Industrial Emergency. Without it, you would have mass chaos on the emergency response scene.  The key elements of a successful training plan are the type, the amount and the frequency.  This presentation will take an in-depth look at OSHA Regulations and NFPA Standards and how they shape our training plans.  We will take a look at several training/certification options including: in-house training (AHJ), training provided by an accredited training provider and the newly-developed Texas Industrial Emergency Services Board (TIESB) voluntary certification program.   Expo A3