Training to understand and practice the roles and functions of a deployed medical component within a task force during a disaster response. Medical team members learn about the unique challenges involving a natural incident, act of terrorism or man made disaster.
Evaluate, plan, prioritize, and perform within a contaminated environment. Utilize protective equipment and best practice to optimize mission success while identifying and isolating hazards. Use proven methodology within an unknown hazardous incident.
Train in methods designed to improve operations in an active hostile threat environment. Utilize equipment and skills that help eliminate or reduce unplanned casualty. Deploy self and team tactical threat reduction techniques and response to ballistic injuries.
Trained Master Exercise Practitioners on staff with experience designing, controlling, and evaluating all-hazards exercises (man-made and natural disasters) for your Public Health and Medical Services and Search and Rescue elements.