Working in the extreme cold temperatures can be dangerous leading to cold stress, hypothermia, frostbite, and even death.
In this awareness level course, students receive an introduction to cold stress, its causes, and strategies to prevent it. Symptoms of the three main types of cold stress are taught alongside factors that increase your risk of cold stress. Such factors include increased wind speed, being wet or damp, failure to dress correctly, exhaustion, poor physical conditioning, and certain health conditions.
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Making notifications of an oil spill or a release of hazardous materials to federal, state, and local agencies can be confusing and daunting. It does not need to be. We all hope to never have the need to make these calls; however, if placed in that position, wouldn’t it be great to be well prepared and to have had training first? In this video we demonstrate how to make the required notifications to the National Response Center, the State Emergency Response Commission, and the Local Emergency Planning Committee. You will know what to expect and how to plan for these calls by seeing it done.
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