Training Links & Resourses
Below you will find some training videos and links to some training websites as well as a few resource links from us here at Lincoln County EMA. If you would like us to add any items please feel free to send us and email and let us know, Thank you.
A great training opportunity listed below. (07/16/2020)
A Letter from:
Aaron H. Levy
Director (A) | Individual and Community Preparedness Division | National Preparedness Directorate
Federal Emergency Management Agency
I am excited to share the soft launch of our Organizations Preparing for Emergency Needs (OPEN) training.
While our official launch will take place during National Preparedness Month in September, we wanted to
provide you with a sneak peek of this helpful training resource. In the meantime, please consider
completing this training and sharing it with others throughout your organization. OPEN training is available
After taking OPEN, you and your organization will be better prepared to continue operations following a
OPEN training will help you:
Learn ten actions you can take to keep your organization operating in the event of a disaster;
Create a path forward to develop a disaster response plan;
Ensure the safety of workers and individuals; and
Be more resilient against all emergencies, including a pandemic.
participants on how to identify risks, locate resources, and take preparedness actions. With the COVID-19
pandemic still impacting our communities, we’ve included information that will help organizations navigate
this and future pandemics.
OPEN training is for:
Faith-based organization leaders
Small business owners
Human Resource managers
Other employees who work at CBOs
Local and state-level coordinators and employees
Previously trained CBOs
Individuals and groups interested in preparedness and disaster response
Once again, I am thrilled to share our newest OPEN training that our team at FEMA’s Individual Community
and Preparedness Division has created.
I encourage you to share your feedback or send us questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published on Oct 29, 2015
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Published on Oct 27, 2016
Learn the basics on how to use the Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG).The first 30 minutes of an incident involving hazardous materials are critical. The ERG is a go-to manual for first responders who need to identify specific hazmat risks, steps to protect themselves, and the procedures for containing the incident as quickly and safely as possible.
Published on May 3, 2017
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) owns the Transportation Technology Center (TTC) in Pueblo, Colorado. Since its dedication as the High Speed Ground Test Center in 1971, it has played an important part in research, development and testing of rail infrastructure and equipment.
Photo by David Watson - Apr 05, 2016
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