Register for the following courses at the U-Train website.
Decontamination Operations for Hospital-based First Receivers
When: Thursday, September 5, 2019 8:00am - 5:00pm
Register: UTrain Course # 1081907 (Registration page: UTrain Decon)
Decontamination Operations for Hospital-based First Receivers was developed by the ICDP as an OSHA-compliant, 8-hour initial training for healthcare providers who, through the course of their work, may be required to care for contaminated patients. This course combines classroom instruction and hands-on skills validation to prepare hospital-based caregivers for hazardous materials incidents.
Lunch & Learn: Tactical Emergency Medical Response
When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 11:30am - 1:30pm
Register: UTrain Course # 1086968 (Registration page: UTrain Lunch & Learn)
Cost: FREE (Lunch is provided!)
The 2019 Lunch & Learn Series concludes with an overview and case study discussion of law enforcement emergency medical response.
Presented by tactical medic staff from the SLC Police Special Weapons Unit (SWAT)
Annual Disaster Symposium
When: Friday, November 8, 2019 8:00am - 5:00pm (Sign-in starts at 7:30am)
Register: UTrain Course # 1065094 (Registration page: UTrain Symposium)
Cost: FREE (Breakfast and Lunch are provided)
Please join the ICDP for our 6th Annual Disaster Symposium. This free event brings together community members to build relationships, increase resilience, and improve knowledge on disaster readiness, response, and recovery.
- Access & Functional Needs Before During and After a Disaster - Ana Acton, Executive Director for FREED Center for Independent Living
- Rising Seas Threaten the Village of Shishmaref, AK - Twyla Thurmond, Local Coordinator for Native Village of Shishmaref
- Importance of Flood, Energy, and Social Resilience - Dawn Zimmer, Former Mayor of Hoboken, NJ
- Mission Act - The Adventist Health Feather River Camp Fire Experience - Ryan Ashlock, Former Administrator-on-Call for Adventist Health Feather River Hospital
- Mental Distress from Indirect Exposure to Disasters - Karen Blackwood, PhD, Director for the Intermountain Center for Disaster Preparedness