Interactive Webinar Component Applied Learning Exercise Chemical Disasters

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Interactive Webinar Component Applied Learning Exercise Chemical Disasters © 2015 National Disaster Life Support

Interactive Webinar Component Applied Learning Exercise Chemical Disasters © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

GROUP ASSIGNMENTS GROUP 1 Gregory Millwater Candy Anderson Anna Gardner Kelly Smith Vasilios Lianos

GROUP ASSIGNMENTS GROUP 1 Gregory Millwater Candy Anderson Anna Gardner Kelly Smith Vasilios Lianos Tammy Healy GROUP 3 Kimberly Maguda Keith W Collins-Allen Shawna Rizzi Amy Romanik Rachael Nees Emily Warfle © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. GROUP 2 Lynn Gordner Mark Vitale Susan Burke Tanja Peters Daniel Neaverth Heather Loftus GROUP 4 Deb Weaver Andrew Dunnick Dan Hedgecock Winnie Romeril William Mc. Gill Andrew Parker BDLS® v. 3. 2

P R E D I S A S T E R lanning and preparation

P R E D I S A S T E R lanning and preparation esilience ducation and Training etection ncident Management afety and Security ssess Hazards Are my needs > resources? upport riage and Treatment vacuation ecovery h t g n i t Put R E T S A S I D E R P e © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. ! e c i t c a nto pr i ™ m g i Parad BDLS® v. 3. 2

Chemical Disasters Scenario Graniteville, SC 911 calls and radio calls to emergency communication center

Chemical Disasters Scenario Graniteville, SC 911 calls and radio calls to emergency communication center concerning patients © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

Lesson Scenario 2: 40 am 911 calls, reporting train accident. 2: 46 am Responding

Lesson Scenario 2: 40 am 911 calls, reporting train accident. 2: 46 am Responding fire chief reports driving into a cloud of fumes and almost being overcome by fumes. Orders responding units to stage at marshaling point. 2: 53 am Fire chief and responding units arrive to an upwind marshaling point. 911 calls report trouble breathing and fumes. Instructions to shelter in place given. 3: 18 am EMS contacts local hospitals and advises of potential for multiple incoming patients from a chemical spill. © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

© 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3.

© 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

© 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3.

© 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

lanning and preparation esilience ducation and training Shannon Arledge/FEMA P R E D I

lanning and preparation esilience ducation and training Shannon Arledge/FEMA P R E D I S A S T E R etection ncident management afety and Security ssess hazards Are my needs > resources? upport riage and Treatment vacuation ecovery Putting i ™ m g i d a r a P TER ! e c i t c a nto pr AS S I D E he PR t © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

PRE-DISASTER Paradigm™ Planning and Practice GROUP 2 • What chemical disaster plans are in

PRE-DISASTER Paradigm™ Planning and Practice GROUP 2 • What chemical disaster plans are in place? • What are the key components to an effective disaster plan? © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

PRE-DISASTER Paradigm™ Resilience GROUP 2 • What prior actions could have been taken to

PRE-DISASTER Paradigm™ Resilience GROUP 2 • What prior actions could have been taken to mitigate the effects of the event? © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

PRE-DISASTER Paradigm™ Education and Training GROUP 2 Shannon Arledge/FEMA © 2015 National Disaster Life

PRE-DISASTER Paradigm™ Education and Training GROUP 2 Shannon Arledge/FEMA © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. • What type of training should responders have? • What about just-intime training? BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Detection GROUP 3 • Based on information from callers, what type

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Detection GROUP 3 • Based on information from callers, what type of incident is this likely to be? Jason Pack/FEMA © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Incident Management GROUP 3 • What NIMS areas the impact health

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Incident Management GROUP 3 • What NIMS areas the impact health and medical role? § What is your role within the ICS structure? § Where could command posts be set up? Staff Sgt. Vernon Young/US Air Force © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Safety and Security GROUP 3 • What steps must be taken

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Safety and Security GROUP 3 • What steps must be taken immediately on scene? • What level of PPE? • What must the receiving hospital do in order to ensure the safety of its patients and workers? © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Assess Hazards GROUP 4 • What type of hazards are expected

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Assess Hazards GROUP 4 • What type of hazards are expected from this incident? • How will you assess the dangers or threat levels? © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. Shannon Arledge/FEMA BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Support GROUP 4 • How should support be provided during this

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Support GROUP 4 • How should support be provided during this event? • Who is needed? Marilee Caliendo/FEMA © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Triage and Treatment GROUP 4 • How should triage occur? •

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Triage and Treatment GROUP 4 • How should triage occur? • What triage principles might apply? • When should decontamination occur? How? • What is the treatment for casualties? © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Evacuation GROUP 1 • How is the decision for people to

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Evacuation GROUP 1 • How is the decision for people to shelter in place or to evacuate the area made? Shannon Arledge/FEMA © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Recovery GROUP 1 • What are the priorities for recovery from

The DISASTER Paradigm™ Recovery GROUP 1 • What are the priorities for recovery from a chemical incident? Shannon Arledge/FEMA © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

Chemical Disasters After-Action Review • During chemical incident, proper level of personal protective equipment

Chemical Disasters After-Action Review • During chemical incident, proper level of personal protective equipment must be used • Contaminated or those at risk must be decontaminated thoroughly and in a timely manner • Through incident command system, resources are utilized efficiently and information gathered to make critical decisions such as when to evacuate area © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2

Questions? © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v.

Questions? © 2015 National Disaster Life Support Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. BDLS® v. 3. 2