Face-to-Face MGT-319 Medical Countermeasures: February, 2018

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Location: FDLE Conference Center, 921 N. Davis St. Jacksonville
Date: February 27 – 28, 2018 Time: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Point of Contact: Beth Payne, NEFLHCC Phone: 904-279-0880
Register: https://mgt319_medicalcountermeasures.eventbrite.com

Continuing Education Credits: IACET = 1.6 CEUs, AAFP = 13.75 hours, and ENA = 11.41 hours

This training course is to enhance jurisdiction preparedness and emergency response efforts by providing the knowledge of how to exercise and revise a plan that utilizes an all-hazards, whole community approach toward a medical countermeasures event. Assists with coordination of planning and training for, and responding to a medical countermeasure response for a public health incident. This course responds directly to the National Preparedness Goal; as it applies to delivery of medical countermeasures to exposed populations.

Topics
• Category A, B, C Agents, natural hazards, man-made, or terrorism events.
• Points of Dispensing Command Structure for planning, execution, and demobilization of a jurisdictional response
• Emergency Use Authorizations (EUA)
• Discussions as it applies to local Emergency Support Function (ESF-8 and ESF-6)
• Public Health Preparedness Capabilities

Venue: Jurisdiction Course Length: Two days (16 hours)

Participants
• Public Health
• Health care and ancillary service groups
• Law Enforcement (LE)
• Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
• Fire service
• Emergency management organizations
• Tribial, City, County, State, Federal
• Public works
• Public safety communications
• Educational community
• Private Industry
• Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
• Support services: IT and Clerical

Prerequisites:
FEMA / SID Number
Students must register and bring a copy of their SID number to class. Register online for a FEMA / SID Number: cdp.dhs.gov/femasid