Teamwork in Crisis is the unforgettable story of the crash of United Airlines Flight 232 and how the unprecedented teamwork of all involved turned what could have been a major tragedy ...into a miracle.
With new threats facing our society today, an Emergency Action Plan is required not only for OSHA compliance, but also for survival. Make sure your facility has a plan in place by following the guidelines provided in this program.
The National Incident Management System (NIMS) was established by the federal government to help all responders work together. This program will help emergency responders and those responsible for your facility know their roles and responsibilities in an emergency.
Most emergency situations arise with very little warning, and we now know that a terrorist attack can strike in any form. This training highlights important points in maintaining facility security and explains that in an emergency situation, human intelligence is the critical link.
This cutting-edge program outlines port security measures for maintaining safety of visitors, vendors and contractors. Ensure those entering your workplace understand and comprehend the safety requirements as mandated by the Maritime Transportation Act of 2002.
Dealing with crooks is a straightforward affair but with reporters, it's a different ball game. Law enforcement must handle media relations with tact, skill, diplomacy and subtlety. For good reason as the press can build or destroy your reputation.
When disaster strikes cleanup and recovery teams have enough to worry about from searching for and rescuing survivors to restoring power and managing ecological impact. Lend your responders a helping hand and ensure their relief efforts are not compromised by risks to their health and safety.
Every organization is susceptible to threats that can have a spectrum of negative effects. These threats can range from technological ones to bomb scares to intruders. This program shows how to act in case one is faced with a threat in the facility.
MARCOM's DOT In-Depth HAZMAT Security Training makes employees aware of the risks associated with transporting hazardous materials and gives them an understanding of their facility's HAZMAT Security Plan.
Few workers like paperwork, but for everyone's safety, completing the shipping papers, which correspond to hazardous materials, must be done. This training program will help workers understand the importance of these papers and how to complete the shipping order.
Everyone involved in shipping, handling, transporting and/or storing hazardous materials must be trained in compliant HazMat procedures. This training program will help supervisors and employees understand the DOT regulations and comply with 49 CFR 171-180.