Industrial Emergency Response Team (IERT)
Customized training for Industrial Emergency Response Teams (IERT) including: medical emergency response, chemical spill response, incipient fire response, incident command, facility hazard assessment, confined space emergencies and other emergency situations. Training is focused on your facility and employee needs to be capable of responding to, assessing and mitigating an emergency.
Frequently requested industrial emergency response training includes:
**Industrial Emergency Response: *Team Training***
This course is designed to provide customized training and drills in a variety of emergency response topics including, incipient fire response as defined by 29 CFR 1910.156, basic first aid response to medical emergencies, basic spill response for chemical spills, incident management and more.
**Industrial Emergency Response: *Operations, Technician***
This training is designed for individuals who respond to situations with the expectation of using aggressive techniques to control the situation and/or stop a chemical release, as defined by 29 CRF 1910.120. The training includes lecture and hands-on experiences using equipment common to industrial emergency response teams, including air-monitoring equipment. The participants don various items of protective clothing, including Level A. Participants will be involved with mock situations, including assessment and implementation of a response plan.
**Industrial Emergency Response: *Operations, Refresher***
This training is intended to meet the requirements for annual refresher training at the operations level, under 29 CFR 1910.120. The training serves as a review of the key topics introduced in the operations-level course. Focus includes hazard identification, spill containment and decontamination.
**Industrial Emergency Response: *Technician, Refresher***
This training is intended to meet the requirements for annual refresher training at the technician level, under 29 CFR 1910.120. The training serves as a review of the key topics introduced in the technician-level course. Focus includes hazard identification, spill control and hot zone procedures.