Practice Makes Perfect Conducting First Responder Exercises for Critical Performance Areas

Practice Makes Perfect Conducting First Responder Exercises for Critical Performance Areas
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded April 27, 2015
Unit 1 Slide Deck
Unit 2 Video

Description

How often do law enforcement, fire, and EMS organizations practice or exercise critical tasks? Conducting exercises targeted towards critical performance areas is a proven method to improve your response to emergency incidents. Join the discussion to learn how you can put the power of exercises to work for your organization.

In this webinar we will discuss how to identify task and procedures to exercise with all stakeholders. Define discussion and operations based exercises you can apply based on the needs of your organization. Review four planning concepts to help make exercises a frequent activity that will improve specific response capabilities of your law enforcement, fire, or EMS organization.

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