Eight phase approach to incident scene management

Eight phase approach to incident scene management
Eight phase approach to incident scene management

The subject matter experts at the Hazmat Academy, most of them current or ex-first responders themselves, have developed a structured ‘eight phase approach to incident scene management’. These eight phases cover everything from pre-planning for a hazmat incident and tactical planning, the implementation of a tactical plan, dealing with priority rescues with limited resources, through to closing it down and post incident considerations covering crew welfare, the importance of debriefing, and sharing the lessons learnt. 

If you respond to such incidents, whether that be as an operational crew member or in an incident command capacity, or are involved in the training of response teams, then this virtual series is for you.

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