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*POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE* STEPS Passenger (Surface Transportation Emergency Preparedness and Security for Mass Transit and Passenger Rail) - August 26-27, 2014

*POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE* STEPS Passenger (Surface Transportation Emergency Preparedness and Security for Mass Transit and Passenger Rail) - August 26-27, 2014

Start date:
8/26/2014-8:00 AM
End date:
8/27/2014-5:00 PM
Address:
Juvenile Justice Center - 9300 Quincy Ave. Cleveland OH. 44106

DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT, THE STEPS CLASS IS POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE(TBD)


STEPS Passenger (Surface Transportation Emergency Preparedness and Security for Mass Transit and Passenger Rail)

Facilitated by the Transportation Technology Center (Pueblo Colorado) / Hosted by Office of Emergency Management (OEM)

August 26-27, 2014 – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Juvenile Justice Center (1st Floor Media Room) 9300 Quincy Avenue, Cleveland OH. 44106

Course Objectives:

This 2-day, 16-hr Management & Planning course will train the target audience to conduct threat assessments and identify vulnerabilities within state, local, and tribal jurisdictions as they relate to mass transit and passenger rail systems. The course will educate participants on how to recognize and prioritize passenger transportation facilities and conveyances hardening in order to prevent and protect them against identified threats, especially those involving IEDs. Security and response management plans will also be developed, including procedures on interagency communication, incident command, and evacuation planning. Roles and responsibilities of both public and private sector will be highlighted as protection resources and response partners.

Target Audience

Participants should be management level personnel representing jurisdictions such as states, counties, or cities, including public service agencies, fire service, law enforcement, emergency medical service, emergency planning, public health, hazardous materials response, or the private industry.
Blended learning strategy - Participants will be provided with a course manual and several handouts for quick access to appropriate national guidance and resources.

Prerequisites

Participants should have some responsibility for the management or security of either facilities or jurisdictions in which mass transit or passenger rail systems are present. There are no specific course prerequisites; however, participants are strongly encouraged to complete incident management courses IS100, IS200, and IS700 online at www.nimsonline.com before attending this course.

Register At: STEPS Passenger https://www.regonline.com/2014-STEPS-P

 

 

 

 

 

 


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