Prevention of, Response to, and Recovery from Campus Emergencies

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Add to Calendar 2015-10-14 00:00:00 2015-10-14 00:00:00 Prevention of, Response to, and Recovery from Campus Emergencies The South Carolina Emergency Management Division is offering a training course on how to navigate through the difficult aspects of dealing with campus emergencies involving natural or man-made events, including acts of violence. The training consists of small, problem-based, integrated group activities that require a coordinated approach to solve. All are welcome to register for the course but it is recommended for school officials, emergency managers, emergency medical services, law enforcement, firefighting, public safety communications, hazardous materials personnel, and other first responders. To learn more and to register, click here. West Columbia, SC West Columbia, SC noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The South Carolina Emergency Management Division is offering a training course on how to navigate through the difficult aspects of dealing with campus emergencies involving natural or man-made events, including acts of violence. The training consists of small, problem-based, integrated group activities that require a coordinated approach to solve. All are welcome to register for the course but it is recommended for school officials, emergency managers, emergency medical services, law enforcement, firefighting, public safety communications, hazardous materials personnel, and other first responders. To learn more and to register, click here.


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