OSHA 7600 - Disaster Site Worker Course
Location & Date to be Announced
Disaster Site Worker course enables the participants to recognize that they have a responsibility to make decisions and choices that will positively affect their personal health/safety and that of others at the site. Workers must complete the OSHA 10-hour Construction or General Industry Outreach Training Course or equivalent prior to attending this course. To provide Disaster Site Workers awareness of the safety and health hazards they may encounter as well as the importance of respiratory and other personal protective equipment and proper decontamination procedures that may be used to mitigate the hazards. Participants will support the use of an Incident Command System through the safe performance of their job responsibilities. They'll be able to show awareness of effects of traumatic incident stress that can result from working conditions and measures to reduce this stress.
- Incident Command System/Unified Command Systems
- Safety and Health Hazards
- CBRNE Agents
- Traumatic Incident Stress Awareness
- Respiratory Protection - inspection of an air-purifying respirator, donning and doffing an air-purifying respirator, and respirator user seal check.
- Other Personal Protective Equipment
What you will learn:
- Recognize characteristics of a disaster site and their responsibility as a disaster site worker.
- Support the purpose and use of an Incident Command System
- Recognize disaster site health hazards
- Recognize disaster site safety hazards
- Recognize CBRNE agents and symptoms
- Show awareness of effects of and techniques for managing traumatic incident stress
- Recognize and demonstrate proper use of respiratory protection equipment
- Recognize proper use of other personal protective equipment
- Cite reasons for and simple methods of decontamination
Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Student Materials