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  • Foam DVD

    EFG-FM9001-DVD
    CA$378.34
  • Fire Investigation Package

    EFG-FIREINVPKG-S D
    CA$529.10
  • Facility Emergency Management DVD

    EFG-FE1002-SD
    Facility Emergency Management DVD training video is designed to help small and medium-sized organizations create facility action plans and institute emergency procedures and comply with FEMA's PS-Prep initiative - the Voluntary Private Sector Preparedness Accreditation and Certification Program.

    The purpose of PS-Prep is to ensure that the private sector is able to prepare for and recover from major disruptive incidents, thereby promoting national resilience and security.In an organization, the Emergency Manager is responsible for protecting those within the facility, whether they are students, employees, patients, customers or visitors. Knowing what to do when faced with an emergency can mean the difference between life and death. This program will help facilities develop an emergency plan to be used at incidents of all sizes, whether inside or outside of the facility.

    Topics covered include:
    Developing an emergency management structure
    The role of the emergency management team
    Setting up the Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
    Procedures for interfacing with local and regional response personnel
    Appropriate response to different levels of incidents
    Mitigation and prevention
    Preparedness
    Response
    Recovery
    The Incident Command System
    Included in the package is a DVD and an accompanying Resource CD-ROM, with a PowerPoint presentation focusing on the some of the national standards that were used in developing PS-Prep, as well as a post-seminar quiz and other materials that will help an Instructor present a training seminar.

    CA$468.82
  • DVD Decon Team

    EFG-DC9201
    Decon Team DVD provides Technician and Operations level training for emergency response personnel and for remediation workers who may be assigned to carry out hazmat decontamination in the field.

    Topics covered include:
    How to select and set up the decontamination area
    Duties of the Decon Unit Leader
    Illustrates the most current decontamination methods
    How to select a compatible method for the particular situation
    Factors that contribute to the severity of contamination
    Steps to take to minimize exposure
    How to detect contamination
    The importance of pre-planning in order to determine materials and equipment needs
    The basic stations of the decontamination process are explained
    Preventing secondary contamination
    Controlling runoff and contaminated waste resulting from decon activities
    Checking the effectiveness of decon operations.
    Leader's Guide included.
    CA$529.10
  • DVD Confined Space Emergency Series

    EFG-CS9501
    This three-part training video series provides a comprehensive examination of response issues in a confined space emergency. Addresses the requirements of OSHA's Permit-Required Confined Space Standard (29 CFR 1910.146), NFPA 1006, Standard for Rescue Technician Professional Qualifications, and NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents. The package includes three DVDs plus a Leader's Guide. The modules include:

    Understanding Confined Spaces:
    This training video defines a confined space and tells where they are likely to be found
    Discusses the hazards associated with a confined space, including flammable and explosive atmospheres, oxygen deficient and oxygen-enriched atmospheres, toxic atmospheres and physical hazards
    Explains the difference between non-permit and permit spaces
    Lists the elements of a confined space permit
    Developing an entry plan
    Responsibilities of the entry supervisor, the entrant, and the attendant
    Blinding and blanking; lockout/tagout;
    Atmospheric testing and ventilation
    Run time: 26 minutes
    Confined Space and the First Responder:
    Teaches the first responder, who typically is not trained or equipped to enter a confined space for rescue, how to deal with a confined space accident in a safe and effective manner
    Communicating with the entrant
    Calling for help
    Potential hazards inside and outside of the confined space area
    Establishing a command post
    Ventilation
    Size-up issues
    Explosion proof and intrinsically safe equipment
    Methods of victim retrieval without entering the space
    The dangers of an unprepared rescue
    Run time: 18 minutes
    Confined Space Technical Rescue:
    This training video is designed for personnel at the Technician Level who may be required to enter a confined space for rescue purposes.
    Covers both workplace and community incidents
    Examines pecialized equipment needed for a rescue team, including air monitoring instruments, protective clothing, specialized lighting, and retrieval systems
    Size-up issues
    Risk evaluation
    Entry procedures
    Rescue techniques
    Command and control activities
    Run time: 19 minutes
    CA$792.00
  • CO: Response to Carbon Monoxide Incidents

    EFG-CO9801-DVD
    CO: Response to Carbon Monoxide DVD provides training to EMTs, firefighters, industrial fire teams, poison control center personnel, plant safety personnel and others who may be called upon to safely respond to an incident involving carbon monoxide, the most common type of poisoning responded to by EMS.

    Topics covered include:
    Hazard properties of carbon monoxide
    Where carbon monoxide is likely to be found
    Exposure limits, and symptoms at various levels of exposure
    Factors that impact symptoms.
    How CO detectors operate and how they may become contaminated and disabled
    Safety procedures to follow to prevent CO poisoning from occurring both in the home and workplace.
    Treating victims
    Monitoring for CO
    Ventilating the building
    How emergency medical personnel reduce the concentration of CO in the blood of victims
    How emergency responders locate the source of the carbon monoxide
    CA$395.15
  • Confined Space and the First Responder - DVD

    EFG-CF9501-DVD
    Confined Space and the First Responder DVD training video is Part 2 of the Confined Space Emergency Series. The program teaches the first responder, who typically is not trained or equipped to enter a confined space for rescue, how to deal with a confined space accident in a safe and effective manner. The first responder may be the attendant or may be fire or rescue personnel who are called to the rescue. Available separately or as a part of the series.

    Topics covered include:
    Communicating with the entrant
    Calling for help
    Potential hazards inside and outside of the confined space area
    Establishing a command post
    Ventilation
    Size-up issues
    Explosion proof and intrinsically safe equipment
    Methods of victim retrieval without entering the space
    The dangers of an unprepared rescue


    CA$368.36
  • Air Monitoring DVD Series

    EFG-AM9101-DVD
    Air Monitoring Series DVDs is a two-part training video series which studies basic monitoring instruments and sampling procedures used in emergency response.
    This package is designed to provide training to emergency responders who carry out atmospheric sampling activities when a hazardous materials incident occurs.

    This program was created with the assistance of major instrument manufacturers and is the most comprehensive program available on the subject of air monitoring.
    Contamination Assessment topics include:
    Hazards and risks of contaminated atmospheres
    Basic instruments used by emergency responders
    The difference between direct reading instruments and air sampling
    Factors which can affect instrument readings
    Monitoring priorities for the incident commander
    Respiratory protection and protective clothing
    Back-up teams
    Fenceline monitoring
    Instrument failure
    Decontamination of personnel and instruments

    Direct Reading Instruments takes a closer look at the primary air monitoring devices, explaining the purpose of each and showing how they work, how to interpret readings and how to avoid common problems. The instruments covered include:
    Combustible gas indicators
    Radiation monitors
    Survey instruments
    Detector tubes
    Oxygen meters
    Toxic gas detectors
    Combination meters
    Demonstrations of these instruments in use are given, with graphics to clearly depict the principals behind their operation. The viewer is taught the safe and correct operation of each instrument, and the concept of intrinsically safe equipment - equipment recognized as safe by testing laboratories for use in flammable atmospheres.

    CA$663.05
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  • CA$292.50
  • Forcible Entry DVD

    ACT-WEF118DVD
    CA$292.50
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