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Online Hazardous Waste and Environmental Tech Training

Through a partnership with the Hazardous Materials Training & Research Institute (HMTRI) and Kirkwood Community College

Resource Management of Western New York, Inc. is now offering online training programs to prepare students for environmental technology certificates and/or college level credits through Internet-based instruction. If needed, equipment-intensive, hands-on training and competency demonstration components will be delivered on- site. College credits and/or CEUs are available for specified classes. The following on-line classes are now available for your convenience:

HAZWOPER - MODERATE RISK

24 Hours
This Internet-based course provides 24 hours of interactive training online for those needing Moderate Risk certification (29 CFR 1910.120). The course consists of an online text, interactive exercises, web links, self-grading quizzes, and final exam.

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HAZWOPER REFRESHER

8 Hours
This Internet-based course provides eight hours of interactive training online for the annual refresher to the 40-hour Hazardous Wastesite Worker course (29 CFR 1910.120). This course fulfills the requirement for OSHA/EPA.

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HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE WORKERS

24 Hours (18 hours online/6 hours face-to-face)
This Internet-assisted class is a 24-hour Moderate Risk course for those in the solid waste field. Eighteen hours of the course are delivered over the Internet and can be taken anytime anywhere. The course includes online text, interactive exercises, web links, self-grading quizzes, final exam, and job specific hands-on training. The six hours of hands-on training has been designed for those employed at landfills, recycling centers, and household hazardous waste facilities.

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INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM FOR SINGLE RESOURCES & INITIAL ACTION INCIDENTS (ICS 200)

3 Hours
This online class provides the student with further information on the ICS process. The units contain information on leadership and management, delegation of authority, functional areas, postings, briefings, organizational flexibility and the transfer of command.

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INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (NIMS - ICS 700)

3 Hours
This course is designed to meet the mandate set out on February 28, 2003, by President Bush when he issued Homeland Security Presidential Directive-5. HSPD-5 directed the Secretary of Homeland Security to develop and administer a National Incident Management System. NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together during domestic incidents.

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INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

60 Hours
Using the Internet this course will provide the student with a comprehensive look at solid waste management; combining the aspects of landfill, composting and household hazardous waste operations. This class will meet or exceed most state requirements for the educational components of certification and/or licensing required for solid waste professionals.

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INTRODUCTION TO CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS (COOP - ICS 546)

5 Hours
This web-based course is designed for a broad audience - from senior managers to those involved directly involved in the continuity of operations (COOP) planning effort. The class provides a working knowledge of the COOP guidance found in Federal Preparedness Circular 65, "Federal Executive Branch Continuity of Operations" and provides activities to enhance your COOP program. Topics include an overview of: essential functions, delegations of authority, succession planning, alternate facilities, interoperable communications, vital records and databases and human capital.

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INTRODUCTION TO MASS FATALITIES

4 Hours
This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of key issues to be addressed when developing mass fatalities response plans. It focuses on the primary functions that must be fulfilled in order to facilitate mass fatalities response and community recovery. Some of the concepts discussed in this course include: Essential Emergency Management Issues, Hazardous Materials Identification, Primary Sites of Mass Fatalities Response Operation, Headquarters Staff Processing Center, Disaster Site, Morgue Site, Family Assistance Center, and Management of Traumatic Stress. No final exam is required.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS 100)

3 Hours
This online course provides the student the background and development of ICS. As the standard for emergency management across the country ICS is designed to be interdisciplinary and organizationally flexible. The class also goes into the application of ICS and its role as a key feature of the National Incident Management System.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE NATIONAL RESPONSE PLAN (NRP - ICS 800)

3 Hours
The course is designed for Federal, State, local and private sector emergency management professionals. The purpose of the course is to introduce those taking the class to: describe the purpose of the NRP, locate information within the NRP, describe the roles and responsibilities of entities as specified in the NRP, identify the organizational structure used for NRP coordination, describe the field-level organizations and teams activated under the NRP, and identify the incident management activities addressed by the NRP.

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