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.

Maine Basic Emergency Manager Training Program

Maine Basic Emergency Manager (BEM) is a program that is intended to provide a "basic training" curriculum for local EMA Directors or those that aspire to enter the field of Emergency Management. This training is a combination of online and classroom courses and workshops. Upon completion of each level the respective County Emergency Manager will recognize the student with a completion certificate from the

Maine Emergency Management County Director's Council.


The opportunities are available for your viewing by clicking the link below.


Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

and Webinar Opportunities 

The Center for Domestic Preparedness offers a variety of training opportunities via virtual and webinar platforms. The opportunities are available for your viewing by clicking the link below.


Federal Railroad Administration

Published on Oct 29, 2015


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Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

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.

Federal Railroad Administration

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.






The FEMA app is your one-stop-shop with tools and tips to keep you safe before, during, and after disasters. Stay updated with weather-related alerts from the U.S. National Weather Service. Upload and share your disaster photos to help out emergency managers. Save a custom list of the items in your family’s emergency kit, as well as the places you will meet in case of an emergency. Get tips on what to do before, during, and after over 20 types of disasters. And locate open shelters and where to talk to FEMA in person at Disaster Recovery Centers. Terms of use:

Photo by David Watson - Apr 05, 2016