Certification Counts: Recognizing the Learning Attainments

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If no evacuation is necessary but the threatened event is such that interruption with the normal operations of the University is likely, the Crisis Management Team will determine the best method to notify the campus community depending upon the immediacy of this threat. Facility Survey - Evaluate facilities for occupancy, residence units have priority, and identify and seal off contaminated areas. Recertification candidates must document at least 100 hours of continuing education training and six contributions to the emergency management field within the previous five years.

Pages: 236

Publisher: International Institute for Educational Planning; First Edition edition (September 30, 2009)

ISBN: 928031324X

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