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Since it's inception in 1998, the TEEX WMD/EMS program has educated responders throughout the United States and their Territories. From 1999 through 2007 the program has educated over 13,000 students in the management of injuries and illnesses which result from terrorist events and other disasters.
"This class was the most relevant WMD class that I have attended..."
Paramedic, Onslow County EMS, Jackson, NC
"This class was a great experience and reached many levels of training and discussion."
Patrolman, Newton Police Department, Newton, MA
Medical Management of CBRNE Events PER 211 course program utilizes state-of-the-art Human Patient Simulators to allow students to treat simulated patients of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or explosive disaster. Students are facilitated by a team of Instructors who are all subject matter experts in the area of disaster patient management and terrorist events. This course offers students a unique and unforgettable training experience.
This course will equip first responders and first receivers with the skills needed to ensure proper patient triage, treatment, and transportation in the event of exposure to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) weapons. Exercises conducted in a CBRNE scenario will reinforce classroom lectures and interaction. Participants will use their training to demonstrate proper techniques for assessment, triage, mass decontamination considerations, treatment and stabilization. In addition, course participants will receive training on the proper techniques for protecting themselves and limiting cross-contamination.
This course addresses medical preparedness for and response to blast effects through a combination of lectures, small group activities and tabletop participant exercises. Participants completing this course will gain an enhanced understanding and awareness of issues and considerations relating to a bombing incident.
Content areas include identification of targets, explosives characteristics, pre-attack indicators, pre- and post-detonation response, bombing injuries, security, and resource management.
This course represents a cooperative effort between the Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center (EMRTC) and the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC), which is operated by the Texas Engineering Extension Service, a member of The Texas A&M University System.