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CRISIS TRAINING

In today's world, you can encounter an unexpected crisis, anywhere, at any time.

 

M3V eLearning offers all types of emergency and crisis management training for our clients, including professionals in the human resources, medical emergency, educational and industrial/manufacturing fields.

 

Case study overviews for two of our crisis management courses are below. 

 

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Keep Yourself Safe: Hazard Labels

Objective

Every year, thousands of employees are unable to work, either temporarily or permanently, due to injury while working with a hazardous material.  Workers need to understand environmental regulations in order to either avoid injury or manage an environmental crisis. 

 

What We Did

I partnered with the environmental compliance experts from M3V Environmental Consulting and M3V Data Management to develop this interactive, scenario-based training. During the training, learners are partnered with four employees from different industries, and asked to find the information in a Safety Data Sheet or Hazard Label that will help keep the employee safe while working with a hazardous material.

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FEMA Active Shooter/Active Killing

Objective

It is not enough to stand by or ignore the potential to be involved in an active shooter/active killing event. You need to be prepared and trained to know how to react, in order to save your own life and the lives of those around you.

 

What We Did

We partnered with George Washington University to create an Active Shooter/Active Killing classroom curriculum training for FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). This curriculum trains civilians and emergency personnel to stay safe in a high-threat situation and to save the lives of those wounded.*

 

*The FEMA project was supported by Continuing Training Grant EMW-2014-CA-00085 administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Points of view or opinions expressed in this document are those of the author and do not represent the official position or policies of U.S. Department of Homeland Security.  FEMA’s National Training and Education Division (NTED) offers a full catalog of courses at no-cost to help build critical skills that responders need to function effectively in mass consequence events. Course subjects range from Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) terrorism, cybersecurity, and agro- terrorism to citizen preparedness and public works. NTED courses include multiple delivery methods: instructor led (direct deliveries), train-the-trainers (indirect deliveries), customized (conferences and seminars) and web-based. Instructor led courses are offered in residence (i.e., at a training facility) or through mobile programs, in which courses are brought to state and local jurisdictions that request the training. A full list of NTED courses can be found at www.firstrespondertraining.gov.