4 hr. (pm) HAZMAT & BloodBorne Pathogens on DL

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Registrations are closed for this event
Date: Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Registration Deadline: Monday, March 12, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Instructor Location:
Sterling Police Dept.
212 3rd Avenue
Sterling, IL
Instructor: Conni Holder, Paramedic/EMS Educator
Member's Fee: $0
Non-Member & Civilian Fee: $0
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LOCATIONS
Galena Police Dept.: 311 N. Bench Street Galena, IL
Morrison Police Dept.: 200 W Main St. Morrison, IL
Ogle County Sheriff's Office: 202 S 1st St. Oregon, IL
Sterling Police Dept.: 212 3rd Avenue Sterling, IL
Freeport Police Department: 320 W. Exchange Street Freeport, IL

The available locations for this training were updated 2-28-18- Dixon was removed as an option

Always register-When there are no registrations for a certain remote location, it will not be staffed.

COURSE CONTENT for Blood Borne Pathogens:  

Who is at risk of exposure                                        Exposure Control Plan

Preventative Measures                                             Hepatitis B (HBV) Vaccination

Universal Precautions                                                 Methods of Control

What to do if exposure occurs                                Record Keeping

 

Hazardous Materials Awareness

This training fulfills the requirement of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and United States Environmental Protection Agency (OSHA/USEPA) final rule for emergency response personnel who may be the first on-the-scene at a hazardous materials incident.  This course is directed to law enforcement officers.         

The Illinois Department of Labor enforces the rules within all state, county and municipal work sites.  This is mandatory training and non-compliance can result in citation and fine under the Illinois Department of Labor rules. 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Identify the risks associated with hazardous materials.

Recognize and identify hazardous materials using several different methods.

Define the law enforcement officer’s role as first-on-the-scene.

Organize essential information into a plan knowing who to call for assistance.

Better understand the decision-making associated with hazardous materials Emergency response