TargetSolutions’ all-new course, NFPA 3000: Standard for Preparedness and Response to Active Shooter and/or Hostile Events, uses current standards and evidence-based findings to help prepare public safety personnel for their roles in responding to Criminal Mass Casualty Incidents (CMCIs).
NFPA 3000 Course Overview
Premised on data and consensus standards from a range of national stakeholder entities, NFPA 3000: Standard for Preparedness and Response to Active Shooter and/or Hostile Events incorporates the evolving standards for fire and EMS agencies for response, triage, stabilizing care, rapid evacuation and definitive treatment (both prehospital and at trauma centers).
This course features eLearning innovations such as video-driven lessons, an in-course instructor and premium 3D animations. With these engaging learning tools, individuals taking this course can better visualize potential scenarios and understand procedures and related terms.
Course Details and Objectives
This all-new course includes evidence-based findings and best practices from lessons learned by fire rescue and EMS providers during events to give the best immediate and tangible lifesaving interventions to victims of CMCIs. Lessons cover topics such as Unified Command, Rescue Task Force Model, Warm Zone Emergency Care and more.
Upon completing this course, personnel will understand and be able to implement the following:
- Integrate and apply the appropriate terms and vocabulary in the context of planning, preparedness, responding, and recovery from an active shooter CMCI
- Compare various active shooter CMCI outcomes and timelines for perspective on evolving best practices
- Describe the unique differences between the Cold Zone, Warm Zone and Hot Zone of an active shooter CMCI
- Sequence actions required by both the Rescue Task Force and the Force Protection Team within the Warm Zone, as determined by NFPA 3000 and other recommendations made within the course itself
- Define the care which will have the most impact upon saving lives in the Warm Zone, versus that which should not begin until the patient is transferred to other rescuers at the casualty collection point
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