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 bombing incidents.
Content areas include identification of targets, explosives characteristics, pre-attack indicators, pre- and postdetonation response, bombing injuries, security, and resource management.
This course represents a cooperative effort between New Mexico Tech?s Energetic Materials Research and
Testing Center (NMT/EMRTC) and the Texas Engineering Extension Service?s National Emergency Response and
Rescue Training Center (TEEX/NERRTC), a member of The Texas A&M University System.
Sat. Sep 21, 2019 0800 - 1700
Sun. Sep 22, 2019 0800 - 1700
Rowan County Emergency Services
2727 Old Concord Rd., Salisbury NC 28146
||FED, Direct Delivery
None, although familiarity with the National Incident
Management System (NIMS) and the Incident
Command System (ICS) via completion of FEMA
independent study courses IS-100, IS-200, and IS-700
(or their equivalents) is recommended.
||Physicians, Nurses, ER Personnel, EMS, EM
|# Open Seats
|# on Wait List
Offering Specific Information
Course Point of Contact: Bradley Dean (704)216-8902 or firstname.lastname@example.org
State Point of Contact: Jamie Walker (919)825-2574 or email@example.com
NCEM is providing meal and lodging reimbursement for this offering within the NCOSBM Guidelines. The guidelines and reimbursement forms are located as an attachment for this class.