HZM: Haz Mat

 

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HZM001INTRODUCTION TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT SERIES (TAPE 1): After completing this tape, firefighters should be able to: Demonstrate a practical knowledge of resource materials & how they are used; Identify markings that signal the presence of hazardous materials; Describe different types of haz-mat emergencies & state where such emergencies could occur in their geographic area; List ways that hazardous chemicals can affect responders & explain how responders can protect themselves from exposure; & Define the most common terms relating to chemical exposure.
HZM002MANAGING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENTSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 2): After completing this tape,firefighters should be able to: Identify & apply the 6 steps of incident management called HAZ MAT; List key points for each of the 6 incident management steps; Demonstrate how to give a good arrival report; Define the different methods & procedures of decontamination; and Describe &/or demonstrate how to set up a personnel decontamination station (PDS).
HZM003UNDERSTANDING EXPLOSIVESSURVIVING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 3): After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Describe the common types of explosives; Identify the 4 DOT classifications of explosives; Understand the components that make up explosives & their dangers; List the different forms of explosions-chemical, mechanical & nuclear; and Identify the containers in which explosives may be shipped &/or stored.
HZM004RESPONDING TO EXPLOSIVE EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 4): After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Recite the cardinal rule of explosive emergencies; Identify the shapes, markings & components of explosives; Describe action needed at an explosive emergency involving no fire; Describe action needed at an explosive emergency involving fire; and List areas in the community that present an explosive hazard.
HZM005UNDERSTANDING COMPRESSED & LIQUIFIED GASESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 5) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Explain the physical & chemical properties of compressed & liquified gases; Describe the placards & warning labels used for compressed & liquified gas containers; Identify the shipping & storage containers, & uses of compressed & liquified gases; Identify the types & design features of pressurized rail cars; List & explain the operation of gas cylinder safety devices; and Define BLEVE & list warning signals of a possible tank rupture.
HZM006UNDERSTANDING CRYOGENICSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 6) After completing this tape, the firefighters will be able to: Describe the characteristics of cryogenics; Identify & explain in detail the hazards of cryogenics; List & identify the 3 basic types of cryogenics cylinders; & Explain the safety devices used on cryogenic cylinders & cryogenic transport trailers.
HZM007RESPONDING TO GAS EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 7) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Identify the hazards of compressed, liquified, & cryogenic gases; Apply the HAZMAT acronym to simulated incidents involving compressed, liquified & cryogenic gases; Explain the action plan for a gas leak where no fire is present and where fire is present; & Describe rescue & medical considerations for each type of gas emergency.
HZM008UNDERSTANDING FLAMMABLE & COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 8) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Explain the physical & chemical properties of flammable & combustible liquids; Recognize the containers & storage vessels used to store these liquids; Describe the common methods for transporting flammable & combustible liquids; Identify the safety valves & devices on several over the road transport trailers; & Understand the health & safety hazards for responders.
HZM009RESPONDING TO FLAMMABLE & COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS EMERSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INCIDENT (TAPE 9) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Know how to estimate the amount of foam & foam solution needed to cover a spill or fire; Describe several practical methods to control product runoff, such as dikes, dams, diversions, etc.; Identify the general medical treatment for these types of exposures, List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving these liquids; & apply HAZ-MAT acronym to flammable & combustible liquid emergencies.
HZM010UNDERSTANDING FLAMMABLE SOLIDSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 10) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List classifications for flammable solids; Be familiar with several common flammable solids; Describe the toxic effects of several flammable solids; Identify the placards for these solids; & Recognize common shipping & storage containers.
HZM011RESPONDING TO FLAMMABLE SOLID EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 11) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Identify the hazards of flammable solids; Describe 4 extinguishment options for flammable solid fires & discuss the limitations &/or merits of each; List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving these solids; Identify the general medical treatment for flammable solid exposure; & apply HAZ-MAT acronym to simulated incidents involving flammable solids.
HZM012UNDERSTANDING OXIDIZERSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 12) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List 4 categories of oxidizing materials & define &/or describe each ; Describe a basic technique for recognizing the oxidizing potential of an inorganic oxidizer; Discuss several common inorganic oxidizing materials, Explain the uses & hazards of pool chemicals; Recognize 4 potential hazards of all types of oxidizers; Define SADT or self-accelerating decomposition temperature; & Understand identification features of oxidizing materials including placards, labels, & container shapes & sizes.
HZM013RESPONDING TO OXIDIZER EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 13) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Discuss the effects of extinguishing agents on oxidizers; Explain the hazards present when oxidizing materials are involved in a fire; List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving oxidizers; Identify rescue & medical treatment considerations for oxidizer incidents; Describe the importance of thorough decontamination when equipment or clothing is impregnated with an oxidizer; & Apply HAZ-MAT acronym.
HZM014UNDERSTANDING POISONSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 14) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Discuss the DOT & OSHA classifications of poison materials; Describe the health effects of poison exposure; Be familiar with several categories of agricultural poisons; Understand the toxic properties of solvents; Explain the hazards present at a Clandestine drug lab; List the response considerations when faced with clandestine drug lab incident; Recognize placards & labels used on poisonous substances; Explain how to use a pesticide label to identify the product & its hazards; & Identify general characteristics of poison containers.
HZM015RESPONDING TO POISON EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 15) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List 3 components of PPE; Describe the use & limitations of 3 types of respiratory protection; Explain the levels of protection offered by various types of chemical protective clothing; Describe the use & limitations of various types of chemical & thermal protective clothing; List action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving poisons; Recognize the possible hazards of using water on poison fire; Identify general medical treatment for poison exposures; & Apply HAZ-MAT acronym.
HZM016UNDERSTANDING RADIOACTIVE MATERIALSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 16) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Understand key radiation terms; Identify the terms used for measuring radioactivity; List the ways exposure to radioactivity can occur; Explain 3 ways to minimize exposure to radioactivity; Identify the placards & labels used for shipments of radioactive materials; Recognize containers used for radioactive materials; & Explain the use of radiation monitoring equipment.
HZM017RESPONDING TO RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 17) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List the areas in the community or workplace that present a radiological hazard; List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving radioactive materials; Understand how radiation monitoring devices are used to zone a radioactive material incident properly; Identify rescue considerations for radiological incidents; & Apply the HAZ-Mat acronym.
HZM018UNDERSTANDING CORROSIVESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 18) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Understand the physical & chemical properties of corrosive materials; Describe the hazards posed by acids & bases; Discuss how to stop the chemical action of a corrosive material on the skin; Identify placards & labels found on corrosive materials in transport; Recognize several non-bulk containers used for corrosives; & Explain some of the identification & safety features of rail & highway tank carriers of corrosive liquids.
HZM019RESPONDING TO CORROSIVE EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 19) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving corrosives; Compare & contrast the concepts of “evacuation” & “protection in place”; Identify rescue & medical treatment considerations for corrosive incidents; & Apply HAZ-Mat acronym.
HZM020MISCELLANEOUS HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 20) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Describe Other Regulated Materials (ORMs); Explain the use of the “dangerous” placard; Discuss several other types of miscellaneous hazardous materials; Present the one cardinal rule when responding to any incident; & Summarize how the HAZ-MAT acronym applies to miscellaneous haz-mat emergencies.
HZM021INTRODUCTION TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT SERIES (TAPE 1): After completing this tape, firefighters should be able to: Demonstrate a practical knowledge of resource materials & how they are used; Identify markings that signal the presence of hazardous materials; Describe different types of haz-mat emergencies & state where such emergencies could occur in their geographic area; List ways that hazardous chemicals can affect responders & explain how responders can protect themselves from exposure; & Define the most common terms relating to chemical exposure.
HZM022MANAGING TE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENTSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 2): After completing this tape,firefighters should be able to: Identify & apply the 6 steps of incident management called HAZ MAT; List key points for each of the 6 incident management steps; Demonstrate how to give a good arrival report; Define the different methods & procedures of decontamination; and Describe &/or demonstrate how to set up a personnel decontamination station (PDS).
HZM023UNDERSTANDING EXPLOSIVESSURVIVING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 3): After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Describe the common types of explosives; Identify the 4 DOT classifications of explosives; Understand the components that make up explosives & their dangers; List the different forms of explosions-chemical, mechanical & nuclear; and Identify the containers in which explosives may be shipped &/or stored.
HZM024RESPONDING TO EXPLOSIVE EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 4): After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Recite the cardinal rule of explosive emergencies; Identify the shapes, markings & components of explosives; Describe action needed at an explosive emergency involving no fire; Describe action needed at an explosive emergency involving fire; and List areas in the community that present an explosive hazard.
HZM025UNDERSTANDING COMPRESSED AND LIQUIFIED GASESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 5) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Explain the physical & chemical properties of compressed & liquified gases; Describe the placards & warning labels used for compressed & liquified gas containers; Identify the shipping & storage containers, & uses of compressed & liquified gases; Identify the types & design features of pressurized rail cars; List & explain the operation of gas cylinder safety devices; and Define BLEVE & list warning signals of a possible tank rupture.
HZM026UNDERSTANDING CRYOGENICSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 6) After completing this tape, the firefighters will be able to: Describe the characteristics of cryogenics; Identify & explain in detail the hazards of cryogenics; List & identify the 3 basic types of cryogenics cylinders; & Explain the safety devices used on cryogenic cylinders & cryogenic transport trailers.
HZM027RESPONDING TO GAS EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 7) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Identify the hazards of compressed, liquified, & cryogenic gases; Apply the HAZMAT acronym to simulated incidents involving compressed, liquified & cryogenic gases; Explain the action plan for a gas leak where no fire is present and where fire is present; & Describe rescue & medical considerations for each type of gas emergency.
HZM028UNDERSTANDING FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 8) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Explain the physical & chemical properties of flammable & combustible liquids; Recognize the containers & storage vessels used to store these liquids; Describe the common methods for transporting flammable & combustible liquids; Identify the safety valves & devices on several over the road transport trailers; & Understand the health & safety hazards for responders.
HZM029RESPONDING TO FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTLE LIQUID EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INCIDENT (TAPE 9) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Know how to estimate the amount of foam & foam solution needed to cover a spill or fire; Describe several practical methods to control product runoff, such as dikes, dams, diversions, etc.; Identify the general medical treatment for these types of exposures, List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving these liquids; & apply HAZ-MAT acronym to flammable & combustible liquid emergencies.
HZM030UNDERSTANDING FLAMMABLE SOLIDSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 10) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List classifications for flammable solids; Be familiar with several common flammable solids; Describe the toxic effects of several flammable solids; Identify the placards for these solids; & Recognize common shipping & storage containers.
HZM031RESPONDING TO FLAMMABLE SOLID EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 11) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Identify the hazards of flammable solids; Describe 4 extinguishment options for flammable solid fires & discuss the limitations &/or merits of each; List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving these solids; Identify the general medical treatment for flammable solid exposure; & apply HAZ-MAT acronym to simulated incidents involving flammable solids.
HZM032UNDERSTANDING OXIDIZERSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 12) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List 4 categories of oxidizing materials & define &/or describe each ; Describe a basic technique for recognizing the oxidizing potential of an inorganic oxidizer; Discuss several common inorganic oxidizing materials, Explain the uses & hazards of pool chemicals; Recognize 4 potential hazards of all types of oxidizers; Define SADT or self-accelerating decomposition temperature; & Understand identification features of oxidizing materials including placards, labels, & container shapes & sizes.
HZM033RESPONDING TO OXIDIZER EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 13) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Discuss the effects of extinguishing agents on oxidizers; Explain the hazards present when oxidizing materials are involved in a fire; List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving oxidizers; Identify rescue & medical treatment considerations for oxidizer incidents; Describe the importance of thorough decontamination when equipment or clothing is impregnated with an oxidizer; & Apply HAZ-MAT acronym.
HZM034UNDERSTANDING POISONSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 14) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Discuss the DOT & OSHA classifications of poison materials; Describe the health effects of poison exposure; Be familiar with several categories of agricultural poisons; Understand the toxic properties of solvents; Explain the hazards present at a Clandestine drug lab; List the response considerations when faced with clandestine drug lab incident; Recognize placards & labels used on poisonous substances; Explain how to use a pesticide label to identify the product & its hazards; & Identify general characteristics of poison containers.
HZM035RESPONDING TO POISON EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 15) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List 3 components of PPE; Describe the use & limitations of 3 types of respiratory protection; Explain the levels of protection offered by various types of chemical protective clothing; Describe the use & limitations of various types of chemical & thermal protective clothing; List action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving poisons; Recognize the possible hazards of using water on poison fire; Identify general medical treatment for poison exposures; & Apply HAZ-MAT acronym.
HZM036UNDERSTANDING RADIOACTIVE MATERIALSSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 16) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Understand key radiation terms; Identify the terms used for measuring radioactivity; List the ways exposure to radioactivity can occur; Explain 3 ways to minimize exposure to radioactivity; Identify the placards & labels used for shipments of radioactive materials; Recognize containers used for radioactive materials; & Explain the use of radiation monitoring equipment.
HZM037RESPONDING TO RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 17) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List the areas in the community or workplace that present a radiological hazard; List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving radioactive materials; Understand how radiation monitoring devices are used to zone a radioactive material incident properly; Identify rescue considerations for radiological incidents; & Apply the HAZ-Mat acronym.
HZM038UNDERSTANDING CORROSIVESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 18) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Understand the physical & chemical properties of corrosive materials; Describe the hazards posed by acids & bases; Discuss how to stop the chemical action of a corrosive material on the skin; Identify placards & labels found on corrosive materials in transport; Recognize several non-bulk containers used for corrosives; & Explain some of the identification & safety features of rail & highway tank carriers of corrosive liquids.
HZM039RESPONDING TO CORROSIVE EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 19) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: List the action plan considerations for spills, leaks, &/or fires involving corrosives; Compare & contrast the concepts of “evacuation” & “protection in place”; Identify rescue & medical treatment considerations for corrosive incidents; & Apply HAZ-Mat acronym.
HZM040MISCELLANEOUS HAZARDOUS MATERIAL EMERGENCIESSURVIVING THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT (TAPE 20) After completing this tape, firefighters will be able to: Describe Other Regulated Materials (ORMs); Explain the use of the “dangerous” placard; Discuss several other types of miscellaneous hazardous materials; Present the one cardinal rule when responding to any incident; & Summarize how the HAZ-MAT acronym applies to miscellaneous haz-mat emergencies.
HZM041CLANDESTINE DRUG LABSMULTI-AGENCY AWARENESS. PART 1: Defines clandestine drug labs, detecting visual clues that a lab may be present, dangers inherent in active, inactive, stored,in-transit, and trashed drug labs, chemicals and hazards. PART 2: the fire department’s role during a typical law enforcement raid, pre-plan, staging, and entry. How to survive an encounter with an unexpected drug lab, avoiding booby-traps, and other aggressive tactics
HZM042HYDROGEN: THE MATTER OF SASFETYThis is a 20-minute introduction to the issues of hydrogen safety. All fuels, by their very nature, pose safety risks if not handled properly. This introduction shows how hydrogen compares to such commonly used fuels as natural gas, propane and gasoline. Currently, the U.S. aerospace, food, petrochemical and semiconductor industries consume more than eight million tons per year of hydrogen, and they have amassed decades of experience safely using hydrogen.
HZM043THE INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM“IMPLEMENTING THE ICS AT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENTS” is the second program in a two-part series. This program describes the elements of the ICS that specifically relate to hazardous materials incidents.
HZM044INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM“OVERVIEW OF THE INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM” is the first program in a two-part series on the ICS for Hazardous Materials. This program presents general information about the ICS, & describes the components & functions of the Incident Command System.
HZM045FUEL OF THE FUTUREGENERAL INFORMATION This video includes: refrigerated liquid methane (RLM), how the methane (RLM) works in a locomotive and the safety devices.
HZM046FUEL OF THE FUTUREEMERGENCY RESPONSE This video includes: Emergency procedures for refrigerated liquid methane, emergency responders will need to : protect themselves and others, identify the hazard, isolate and secure the scene, determine immediate needs, first aid procedures, and leaks.
HZM047FIRST RESPONDER AWARENESSThis action filled program teach the duties of those first on the scene at a hazardous materials incident, including: Using caution around hazmats; How to size up the situation; Importance of calling for help; & Securing the area to protect others.
HZM048HAZARDS OF LIQUEFIED & COMPRESSED GASESThis video includes: cryogenic gases, protective equipment, characteristics, first aid procedures, containers, safety devices and procedures.
HZM049HAZARDS OF LIQUEFIED & COMPRESSED GASESThis video includes: cryogenic gases, protective equipment, characteristics, first aid procedures, containers, safety devices and procedures.
HZM050CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESSProgram Highlights: Advanced hands-on training that enables response to real world events. CDP offers the only program in the nation featuring civilian training exercises in a true toxic environment using chemical & biological agents. Healthcare/Hospital training focuses on mass-casualty incidents. Training provided at no cost for state, local, & tribal responders including travel, lodging, & meals.
HZM051INCIDENTS INVOLVING FUEL TANK TRUCKSThis program presents information about tank trucks and offers procedures to follow in the event of an emergency involving the fuel tank truck. The program is divided into 4 training objectives: To describe the structure & safety features of fuel tank trucks; To present the 4 types of incidents that can occur; To demonstrate basic procedures for controlling leaks in low pressure tank trucks; & To show safety rules for responding to incidents involving fuel tank trucks.
HZM052CO: RESPONSE TO CARBON MONOXIDE INCIDENTSThis DVD teaches fire departments, fire brigades, poison centers, police, EMTs and other emergency organizations how to establish Standard Operating Procedures for responding to carbon monoxide alarms. This video covers: Hazard properties of Co; Exposure limits; Common sources of CO; Monitoring for CO; Treating Victims; Locating the source of the CO leak; Ventilating the building
HZM053SULFURIC ACID & HYDROCHLORIC ACIDThis information-packed film introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: Identifying corrosive acids; Hazards of H2SO4 & HCI; Occupanies where acids are found; Reactivity problems; Why water may be dangerous; Proper protective clothing; Stemming the flow of product; Neutralization operations; Emergency medical treatment; Decontamination; & Environmental concerns. Old #407
HZM054ANHYDROUS AMMONIAThis exciting new film teaches valuable lessons about response to hazardous materials incidents involving this widely used chemical— How to recognize the presence of ammonia; The effect anhydrous ammonia has on human tissue; Why indoor releases pose the greatest danger; Why explosions occur with a “non-flammable gas”; How water fog is used to control vapor; New HazMat foams & how they can help; When & when not to use cooling water on tanks; First aid for victims of exposure to anhydrous ammonia; Proper protective clothing to use at incidents; & Elements of good anhydrous safety program.
HZM055ANHYDROUS AMMONIAThis exciting new film teaches valuable lessons about response to hazardous materials incidents involving this widely used chemical— How to recognize the presence of ammonia; The effect anhydrous ammonia has on human tissue; Why indoor releases pose the greatest danger; Why explosions occur with a “non-flammable gas”; How water fog is used to control vapor; New HazMat foams & how they can help; When & when not to use cooling water on tanks; First aid for victims of exposure to anhydrous ammonia; Proper protective clothing to use at incidents; & Elements of good anhydrous safety program.
HZM056CHLORINEThis information-packed film introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: What happens when containers are exposed to fire; Identifying the presence of chlorine; Protective clothing for mitigation activities; How to use cooling & vapor control water; Methods for vapor leak detection; Chlorine Institute A, B & C Kits; Health hazards of exposure; Chlorine container design; Response role of CHLOREP teams; & How vapors behave.
HZM057CHLORINEThis information-packed film introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: What happens when containers are exposed to fire; Identifying the presence of chlorine; Protective clothing for mitigation activities; How to use cooling & vapor control water; Methods for vapor leak detection; Chlorine Institute A, B & C Kits; Health hazards of exposure; Chlorine container design; Response role of CHLOREP teams; & How vapors behave.
HZM058PESTICIDESThis information-packed film introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: Flammability, health, & reactivity hazards; Procedures for spill & leak emergencies; Symptoms of exposure to toxic pesticides; Where pesticides may be encountered; Safe handling & storage procedure; Understanding & using EPA labels; When it’s best to let a fire burn; First aid for pesticide exposure; Protective clothing requirements; When evacuation is called for; & Decontamination.
HZM059PESTICIDESThis information-packed film introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: Flammability, health, & reactivity hazards; Procedures for spill & leak emergencies; Symptoms of exposure to toxic pesticides; Where pesticides may be encountered; Safe handling & storage procedure; Understanding & using EPA labels; When it’s best to let a fire burn; First aid for pesticide exposure; Protective clothing requirements; When evacuation is called for; & Decontamination.
HZM060HYDROGEN SULFIDEThis exciting new film provides up-to-date information about: Why smell cannot be relied on to detect hydrogen sulfide; Action for first responders at suspected H2S incidents; Why fire fighter turnout provide the best protection; Why letting the fire burn may be the best strategy; Symptoms of exposure to hydrogen sulfide; Monitoring equipment & methodology; Decontamination procedure; & Ventilation operations.
HZM061PROPANE, BUTANE & PROPYLENEThis information-packed film introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: Why allowing a fire to burn may be the best tactic; Water flow rates for cooling tanks exposed to fire; Monitoring instruments for LPG emergencies; Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosions; Fire safety analysis for LPG facilities; Requirements for safe storage areas; Controlling vapors with water fog; ASME & DOT container types; & How vapors behave.
HZM062CONTAINER EMERGENCIES “PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKS”The 4 basic types of tanks- cone roof tanks, open floating roof tanks, covered floating roof tanks, & horizontal tanks- are studied. This program teaches: Fire protection features; Spill & overflow protection; Pre-incident planning; & Emergency response to incidents involving petroleum storage tanks: Fighting fires; Offensive, defensive & non-intervention strategies; Use of foam, Water supply; Controlling run-off; & Boilovers.
HZM063CONTAINING LEAKS IN PRESSURIZED CYLINDERSThis program presents basic techniques for detecting & controlling leaks in compressed gas cylinders. The program is divided into 4 training adjectives: To present basic safety information about compressed gases & pressurized cylinders; To show the standard features of pressurized cylinders; To present the 2 types of leaks that can occur in pressurized cylinders; & To demonstrate how to detect & control leaks in cylinders that contain 4 common compressed gases: oxygen, acetylene, ammonia & chlorine.
HZM064PLUGGING & PATCHING DRUMSThis program presents basic techniques for controlling leaks in metal 55-gallon drums that contain hazardous materials. The program is divided into 4 training objectives: To show basic safety rules for working with hazardous materials; To demonstrate the major causes of leaks in drums; To present the features of low-pressure metal drums, & How to use these features to control leaks; To show basic tools that you will need to plug & patch drums; & To demonstrate step-by-step plugging & patching techniques.
HZM065BENZENE, TOLUENE AND XYLENEThis information-packed film introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: Occupancies where these solvents are found; Long-term carcinogenic effects of benzene; Using foam for fire and vapor control; Precautions for safe storage and use; Hazards of aromatic hydrocarbons; Controlling sources of ignition; Spill clean-up on land or water; Emergency medical treatment; Reactivity hazards; How vapors behave; and Decontamination.
HZM066SURVIVAL TRAINING: HAZMAT HANDLING IN-SUIT EMERGENCIESThis video talks about different problems that can happen and how to handle them: SCBA, Suit, Entrapment, Product contamination, Communication, Emergency Involving Fire and Emergency Involving Your Partner.
HZM067TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE:SURVIVING A HAZMAT INCIDENTCLASS GUIDE
HZM068TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM069TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESSTUDENT GUIDE
HZM070TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: PESTICIDESINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM071TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: PESTICIDESSTUDENT TEXT
HZM072TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: RADIATIONINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM073TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: RADIATIONSTUDENT TEXT
HZM074TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM075TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: INCIDENT MANAGEMENTSTUDENT TEXT
HZM076TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: YOUR RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIESINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM077TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: YOUR RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIESSTUDENT TEXT
HZM078TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRYINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM079TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRYSTUDENT TEXT
HZM080TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: CONFINED SPACE OPERATIONSINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM081TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: CONFINED SPACE OPERATIONSSTUDENT TEXT
HZM082TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: CONFINED SPACE RESCUEINSTRUCTOR GUIDE
HZM083TRAINING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: CONFINED SPACE RESCUESTUDENT TEXT
HZM084HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FIRST RESPONDERHazMat first responder and lesson plans: HazMat Operations and HazMat Awareness.
HZM085HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS MATERIALSThis course will introduce you to household hazardous materials and things you can do to protect yourself and your family from injury or death.
HZM086IDAHO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AWARENESS COURSE FOR FIRST RESPONDERSIncludes: Instructor guide, Student manual and viewers
HZM087HAZARDOUS MATERIALS GUIDE FOR FIRST RESPONDERS
HZM088HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FOR FIRST RESPONDERSThe curriculum includes the resources needed to effectively teach both awareness and operational level first responder classes.The curriculum includes: Lesson plans for the instructor including learning objectives, a detailed lesson outline, assignment sheets, skill sheets, lesson quizzes, lesson tests, and final exams; Powerpoint visuals for each lesson.
HZM089EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: HANDOFF COURSES: AWARENESS, ADMINISTRATOR’S GUIDEOn this CD, you will find the following: Instructor Guide; Student Manual; Powerpoint slides; and Administrator’s Guide.
HZM090UNIT 4 MURIATIC ACID: HAZMAT OPERATIONS REFRESHER TRAININGREFRESHER TRAINING ON MURIATIC ACID
HZM091TRAINING FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE: TECHICIANThese cds are intended for personnel who may respond to and mitigate an incident involving hazardous materials. The course contains up to 240 hours and addresses the following 12 modules, most of which can be taught independently, based upon specific needs. Modules include: Regulations: Recognition and identification; Health and safety; Pre-incident planning; Practical chemistry; Detection devices; Personal protective equipment; Decontamination; Control techniques; Incident management; Terrorism; and Patient support
HZM092CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
HZM093CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
HZM094CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
HZM095CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
HZM096CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
HZM097HAZMAT FILES
HZM098HAZMAT
HZM099RESPONDING TO ETHANOL INCIDENTSETHANOL FIXED FACILITIES ASSESSMENT AND GUIDE 2 PART TRAINING
HZM100AN OVERVIEW FOR EMERGENCY RESPONDERSThis DVD contains additional valuable resources, including: Chemtrec Emergency Guide for First Responders; Chemtrec Hazardous Materials Exercise /Drill Request Form; U.S. DOT Chart 13 Hazardous Materials Marking, Labeling & Placarding Guide; 2008 Emergency Response Guide; Chemtrec Video Review Quiz; & Transcaer Brochure
HZM101AN OVERVIEW FOR EMERGENCY RESPONDERSThis DVD contains additional valuable resources, including: Chemtrec Emergency Guide for First Responders; Chemtrec Hazardous Materials Exercise /Drill Request Form; U.S. DOT Chart 13 Hazardous Materials Marking, Labeling & Placarding Guide; 2008 Emergency Response Guide; Chemtrec Video Review Quiz; & Transcaer Brochure
HZM102ETHANOL: RESPONSE CONSIDERATIONS: TRAINING MATERIALS & VIDEOSEthanol: Response Considerations is a seven module, six-hour first responder awareness training program complete with Power Points and a multiple video sources. Upon the successful completion of this course, participants will have knowledge related to ethanol and ethanol-blended fuels including their use, chemical and physical characteristics, transportation, and transfer, bulk storage, and foam fire fighting principles.
HZM103BIODIESEL RESPONSE CONSIDERATIONS TRAINING PACKAGE MATERIALSThis biodiesel: Response Considerations is a five module, four-hour first responder awareness training program complete with Power Points and a companion video. Module !: Chemical & Physical Characteristics of Biodiesel fuels; Module 2: Production and manufacturing; Module 3:Planning and Response; Module 4: Firefighting foam principles and biodiesel fuel: Module 5: Personal protective equipment (PPE) and Decontamination.
HZM104COMPLETE TRAINING GUIDE TO ETHANOL EMERGENCY RESPONSEThis CD includes: Responding to ethanol incidents video; Emergency response considerations video; Instructor’s guide and student manuals to create interactive workshops; Training program consisting of seven modules and powerpoint’s, each focusing on a specific and important aspect of ethanol response: Modules 0 Introduction, 1 – ethanol & ethanol blended fuels, 2 Chemical & physical characteristics of ethanol & hydrocarbon fuels, 3 Transportation & transfer of ethanol blended fuels, 4 Storage & dispensing locations, 5 Fire fighting foam principles & ethanol, 6 Ethanol blended fuel emergencies, 7 tank farm & bulk storage fire incidents; Guidelines for fire departments that have ethanol production facilities in their communities.
HZM105HAZMAT RESPONSE: CONTAINERS & SCENE SAFETYPresents detailed renderings of hazardous material containers. Shows container shapes, container markings and placards. Explains how to interpret facility and transportation container markings.
HZM106HAZMAT RESPONSE: RESPONSE SOURCES AND TERMINOLOGYExplains how to reference hazard and response information. Presents how to predict a material’s behavior in it’s container. Topics covered include: material behavior and health hazard terminology.
HZM107HAZMAT RESPONSE: DEFENSIVE OPTIONS AND OBJECTIVESExplains how to limit exposures, determine defensive objectives and assess risk to responders. Identifies defensive options and presents appropriate control techniques.
HZM108HAZMAT RESPONSE: PROTECTION AND DECONTAMINATIONExplains how to start appropriate respiratory equipment and protective clothing. Shows emergency decontamination and mass decontamination techniques. Topics include contamination and watching for signs of terrorism.
HZM109HAZMAT RESPONSE: SCENE CONTROL AND SAFETY MEASURESShows how to establish scene control. Explains how to determine control zones and take protective actions. Presents how to locate decontamination areas and perform emergency decontamination techniques. Topics covered include the safety briefing and the incident management system structure.
HZM110HAZMAT RESPONSE: DEFENSIVE ACTIONExplains how to work in PPE. Shows how to apply foam and vapor suppressing agents. Identifies defensive actions. Presents search and rescue operations. Topics covered include: limiting the impact of radioactive materials and evaluating your team’s progress.
HZM111HAZMAT RESPONSE: TERRORISM AND WMD AWARENESSPresents indicators of a threat, potential targets and warfare agents. Shows, detection methods. Explains the integrated response structure and basic incident priorities.
HZM112HAZMAT DECONTAMINATION: WHY DECONTAMINATE?Discusses the importance of removing or reducing contaminates to a safe level. Discusses the acute and chronic health risks associated with hazardous materials and the basic rules of “Get it off, keep it off and contain it.” Describes primary and secondary contamination and routes of exposure in the human body. Demonstrates six physical and six chemical decontamination methods and the need for a “no exceptions” decontamination policy.
HZM113HAZMAT DECONTAMINATION: DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURESDemonstrates emergency decontamination procedures and the importance of avoiding cross-contamination. Outlines critical set-up factors to consider before implementing operations. Demonstrates decontamination site set-up and zones of operation. Demonstrates the nine-step technical decontamination process and discusses environmental concerns including runoff.
HZM114HAZMAT DECONTAMINATION: HANDLING CONTAMINATED VICTIMSDiscusses the special attention that contamination victims require and how victims become contaminated through various routes of exposure. Outlines various symptoms of exposure, including SLUDGEM and the ABC guidelines, and the importance of using the Emergency Response Guidebook for assistance. Demonstrates decontamination for ambulatory and non-ambulatory individual victims, including the decontamination of areas of injury. Discusses the packaging and transport of contamination victims for hospital treatment.
HZM115HAZMAT DECONTAMINATION: MASS DECONTAMINATIONExplains the importance of multiple casualty planning efforts by first responders. Demonstrates multiple set-up methods for mass decontamination operations, including with the use of apparatus. Discusses factors regarding the feasibility of remote decontamination of multiple victims and which kinds of facilities to consider. Demonstrates procedures for the mas decontamination of ambulatory and non-ambulatory victims, including during cold weather operations.
HZM116HAZMAT/WMD AWARENESSNow completely updated to address the revised NFPA 472 Standard!
Trains personnel to awareness level competencies: Recognize the presence of hazardous materials; Protect themselves; Call for trained personnel; Secure the area; Other topics covered include:
How hazardous materials can harm people and the environment; Label and placarding systems; Using the Emergency Response Guidebook, MSDS and other hazard identification systems; The 4 categories of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and the associated risks; Addresses both fixed facility and transportation incidentsThe included Leader’s Guide outlines a 4-hour (or longer) training seminar, including pre- and post-seminar tests, ideas for activities, a copy of the script, and reference materials.
This program is designed for police officers, fire fighters, security, highway workers, EMS, industrial personnel and others who could be the first on the scene of an emergency involving hazardous materials or terrorism.
HZM117HAZMAT OPERATIONS – LEADER’S GUIDEThis Leader’s Guide accompanies the video series Hazmat Operations, and is part of an 8 hour training program for first responders to meet Hazwoper and NFPA requirements for Operations Level training. The Leader’s Guide contains: Discussion questions; Quizzes; Scrips & reference materials; Suggestions for activities and drills to provide 8 hours of training to apply competencies to your jurisdiction.
HZM118HAZMAT OPERATIONS – RECONNAISSANCETeaches: Sizing up the incident to determine whether hazmats are involved; Determining the type and quantity of materials involved; Evaluating the condition of containers; Assessing conditions at the site; Gathering information.
HZM119HAZMAT OPERATIONS – HAZMAT CONTAINERSThis DVD illustrates: Identifying container shapes and contents; Bulk & non-bulk containers; Types of containers: tank cars, intermodal, cargo tank, pipelines, vessels, storage tanks, cylinders, drums & totes. The most comprehensive study of hazmat containers anywhere!
HZM120HAZMAT OPERATIONS – FORECASTING EVENTSThis DVD explains: How physical properties of chemicals may lead to container failure; Influencing the sequence of events that lead to a safe and successful termination of the incident; Assessing types of container stress and breach; Dispersion patterns.
HZM121HAZMAT OPERATIONS – ORGANIZING THE RESPONSEThis DVD teaches: Determining objectives; Establishing command; Selecting personal protective equipment; Establishing and enforcing scene control; Decontamination.
HZM122HAZMAT OPERATIONS – TACTICSThis DVD portrays: Leak & spill control & fire suppression; Use of foam and vapor suppression agents; Evaluating risk in search and rescue missions; Controlling the spread of contamination; WMD issues.
HZM123HAZCHEM- “INTRODUCTION TO HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS” -LEADER’S GUIDEThis Leader’s Guide goes with the DVD, but the topics include: DOT hazard classes; Protective clothing; PEL,STEL, IDLH exposure guidelines; NFPA 704 marking system.
HZM124HAZCHEM – INTRODUCTION TO HAZARDOUS CHEMICALSThis DVD is an information-packed film with vital information about basic safety procedures to follow when working with hazardous chemicals or responding to an incident that may involve hazardous chemicals. Physical properties of gases, liquids and solids. NFPA 704 markings. Flammability, reactivity, health, and special hazards of chemicals. Resources for chemical information. US DOT hazard classes. Control zones and other emergency response procedures.
HZM125HAZCHEM – SULFURIC ACID & HYDROCHLORIC ACIDThis DVD is an information-packed film that introduces some fundamental lessons about emergency procedures: Identifying corrosive acids; Hazards of sulfuric acid & hydrochloric acid; Occupancies where acids are found; Reactivity problems; Why water may be dangerous; Proper protective clothing; Stemming the flow of product; Emergency medical treatment; Decontamination; Environmental concerns
HZM126HAZCHEM-ANHYDROUS AMMONIAThis DVD introduces fundamental lessons about the handling of and response to hazardous materials incidents involving this widely used gas: Physical properties of anhydrous ammonia; How to recognize the presence of ammonia; Effects of anhydrous ammonia on human tissue; Why explosions can still occur with a non-flammable gas; Using water fog to control vapors; When to use cooling water on tanks; First aid for victims of exposure to anhydrous ammonia; Proper protective clothing to use at incidents; Elements of a good anhydrous ammonia safety program; Includes resource CD-Rom with quiz, Powerpoint and other elements to help Instructor structure a training seminar.
HZM127HAZCHEM – HAZARDOUS WASTEThis DVD introduces fundamental lessons about the handling of and response to unplanned leaks, spills and fires at hazardous waste sites. Topics covered include: Dangers at waste sites; How to identify unknown substances; Effects of exposure to hazardous chemicals; Sizing up a hazardous waste site; Factors to consider when planning a response; Air monitoring & sampling; Maintaining a defensive approach; Proper protective clothing; Controlling runoff
HZM128HAZCHEM – CHLORINEThis DVD introduces fundamental lessons about handling of and response to hazardous materials incidents involving Chlorine, a poisonous gas widely used in industry and wastewater treatment: Identifying the presence of chlorine; Health hazards of exposure; Exposure limits; Chlorine container design and markings; Safe storage; How chlorine vapors behave; Protective clothing for mitigation activities; Methods of leak detection; Chlorine Institute emergency kits; Protecting containers in fire situations; Treatment for victims of chlorine exposure; Includes resource CD-Rom with quiz, powerpoint and other elements to help Instructor structure a training seminar.
HZM129HAZCHEM – PESTICIDESThis DVD introduces fundamental lessons about the handling of and response to hazardous materials incidents involving pesticides, which are widely used in agriculture, nurseries, cattle ranches, golf courses and grain operations. Topics covered include: Pesticide hazards; Safety precautions for workers who handle pesticides; Safe storage of pesticides; Understanding and using EPA labels; Common symptoms of exposure to pesticides; Emergency response to leaks, spills & fires; Managing runoff from remediation efforts; Decontamination; First aid for pesticide exposure. Includes a resource CD-Rom with quiz, powerpoint and other elements to help an Instructor structure a training seminar.
HZM130HAZCHEM – SODIUM HYDROXIDE & POTASSIUM HYDROXIDEThis DVD discusses the danger of caustics in liquid, solid and dust form, and how they can cause serious injury if used improperly. Includes lessons on preventing explosions, neutralizing operations and environmental protection.
HZM131HAZCHEM- BENZENE, TOLUENE & XYLENETeaches the proper use of aromatic hydrocarbons as well as occupancies where they are found, toxic atmospheres, effects of exposure, treatment of victims, and response to spill and fire incidents.
HZM132HAZCHEM – HYDROGEN SULFICEHydrogen sulfide is one of the leading causes of sudden death in the workplace. This program teaches hydrogen sulfide hazard properties, protective clothing, symptoms of exposure, offensive vs defensive strategies, and more.
HZM133HAZCHEM – PROPANE, BUTANE & PROPYLENEThese three common liquefied petroleum gases are highly flammable. This program tells how to determine fire protection needs for LPG facilities, container types, strategies, and how to avoid BLEVEs.
HZM134HAZCHEM – INORGANIC OXIDIZERSComprehensive training on ammonium nitrate, calcium hypochlorite, and nitric acid. This program also teaches about the symptoms of exposure; assisting victims, containers, placards, and fire fighting.
HZM135HAZCHEM: SODIUM HYDROXIDE & POTASSIUM HYDROXIDEThis DVD introduces fundamental lessons about the handling of and response to hazardous materials incidents involving caustics. Topics covered include: Preventing explosions; Neutralization operations; Hydrogen gas formation; Selecting extinguishing agents for fires; & Protecting the environment. Includes a Resource CD-Rom with quiz, Powerpoint and other elements to help an Instructor structure a training seminar.
HZM136ETHANOL: RESPONSE CONSIDERATIONSEthanol: Response Considerations is a seven module, six-hour first responder awareness training program complete with Power Points and a multiple video sources. Upon the successful completion of this course, participants will have knowledge related to ethanol and ethanol-blended fuels including their use, chemical and physical characteristics, transportation, and transfer, bulk storage, and foam fire fighting principles.
HZM137EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDEBOOK – ERG2008 MOBILE SOFTWAREERG2008 Mobile is the software version of the ERG2008 featuring powerful search capabilities and a convenient, easy-to-use interface designed to run on Microsoft Windows PCs and Windows Mobile devices.
HZM138EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDEBOOK 2008Before an Emergency become familiar with the ERG. The ErG is a guide to aid first responders to quickly identify the specific or generic hazards of the materials(s) involved in an incident, and to protect themselves and the general public during the initial response phase of an incident. Key Features: ERG Training Module; Instructors Edition; Interviews; Closed captions (CC)
HZM139HAZCHEM: ANHYDYROUS AMMONIAAnhydrous Ammonia 4.0 introduces fundamental lessons about the handling of & response to hazardous materials incidents involving this widely used gas: Physical properties of anhydrous ammonia; How to recognize the presence of ammonia; Effects of NH3 on human tissue; Why explosions can still occur with a non-flammable gas; Using water fog to control vapors; When to use cooling water on tanks; First Aid for victims of exposure to NH3; Proper protective clothing to use at incidents; Elements of a good NH3 safety program; Includes Resource CD-Rom with quiz, Powerepoint and other elements to help Instructor structure a training seminar.
HZM140FOAMThis DVD examines all current foam concentrates: Floroprotein(FP), AFFF, AR-AFFF, FFFP, High expansion & Class A Foams; Proportioning to achieve the right mix of water concentrate; Rules of compatibility, Ethanol fires, How polar solvents impact foam; Protecting the integrity of the foam blanket; Eliminating the source of the leak; Fighting tank and spill fires; NFPA foam application specifications for Class B fires; & Equipment used in foam preparation and delivery
HZM141AIR MONITORING: CONTAMINATION ASSESSMENT“Contamination Assessment” provides fundamental lessons about atmospheric sampling procedures under emergency response conditions, including: Emergency response monitoring instruments; Dangers & risks to the air monitoring team; Decontamination for monitoring instruments; When to carry out atmospheric sampling; Personal air sampling devices; Hazards of contaminated atmospheres; Size-up for air monitoring; Air monitoring priorities, Interpreting readings
HZM142AIR MONITORING: DIRECT READING INSTRUMENTS“DIRECT Reading Instruments” provides fundamental lessons about atmosperic sampling equipment used in emergency response. It explains instruments capabilities, how they work, calibration checks, basic use, and interpretation of readings for the following instruments: Combustible gas indicators; Radiation Monitors; Survey instruments; Detector tubes; Oxygen meters; Toxic gas detectors; Combination meters
HZM143CO: RESPONSE TO CARBON MONOXIDE INCIDENTSThis DVD teaches fire departments, fire brigades, poison centers, police, EMTs and other emergency organizations how to establish Standard Operating Procedures for responding to carbon monoxide alarms. This video covers: Hazard properties of CO; Exposure limits; Common sources of CO; Monitoring for Co; Treating victims; Locating the source of the CO leak; Ventilating the building
HZM144PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKSThis DVD is designed to provide information to emergency responders and industry personnel who work with or may respond to emergencies involving petroleum storage tanks. The four basic types – cone roof tanks, open floating roof tanks, covered floating roof tanks, and horizontal tanks – are studied. The program teaches: Fire protection features; Spill & overflow protection; Pre-incident planning; Emergency response to incidents Involving petroleum storage tanks: Fighting fires, Offensive, defensive, & non-intervention strategies, Use of foam, Water supply, Controlling run-off, Boilovers
HZM145HAZMAT OPERATIONS – RECONNAISSANCEThis DVD includes: How to determine if hazmats are involved; Duties of those first on the scene; Determining the type & quantity of materials involved; Evaluating the condition of containers; Assessing the conditions at the site; Gathering information; Labels and markings
HZM146HAZMAT OPERATIONS – HAZMAT CONTAINERSThis DVD includes: Bulk packaging; Non-bulk packaging; Tank cars; Intermodal containers; Radioactive shipping containers; Railroad tanks; Cargo tanks; Pipelines; Vessels; Storage tanks; Cylinders; Drums and totes
HZM147HAZMAT OPERATIONS – FORECASTING EVENTSThis DVD includes: Chemical & physical properties of materials; Flammability, health & reactivity hazards; Hazardous materials behavior; Container stress and failure; Dispersion patterns; Estimating potential harm; WMD concerns
HZM148HAZMAT OPERATIONS – ORGANIZING THE RESPONSEThis DVD includes: The incident command system; Establishing command; Determining objectives; Selecting personal protective equipment; Hazard control zones; Intervention options; Decontamination
HZM149HAZMAT OPERATIONS- – TACTICSThis DVD includes: Leak & spill control; Fire suppression; Foam and vapor suppression agents; Evaluating risk in search and rescue missions; Controlling the spread of contamination; WMD issues; Debriefing and critique