EssexCountyPublic Health Reserve Corps Trainings

2014-2015

 

All courses are offered in the offices of Essex Regional Health Commission, 204 Hillside Ave., Livingston, NJ

All courses are between 5:30 pm-9:00 pm

You must have an NJLMN account to register for these courses.

You can register for a free account at: https://njlmn.rutgers.edu

If you have questions or need more information please call

Michael Fonzino MRC Coordinator at 973-445-2514

 

 Please enter through front door of the Livingston Senior Community Center.

 

1.    MRC Orientation/Personal Preparedness:Introduces MRC volunteers to activation, reporting and deactivation procedures and describes the role of the local MRC unit in a public health event or emergency response. Helps MRC members identify limits to their own skills, knowledge and abilities as they pertain to MRC roles.

 

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

 

 

2.  ICS-100 (Introduction to ICS): Designed to give an introduction to the principles, common terminology and position responsibilities when responding to an event using the Incident Command System. This course specifically discusses major ICS functions and responsibilities, ICS organizational units, span of control, major incident facilities and the function of each, an Incident Action Plan and how it is used and the common responsibilities associated with incident assignments from the Federal disaster response workforce perspective.

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

 

3.    Introduction to PODS: Points of Dispensing Operations. This module will introduce the participant to the concepts associated with the distribution of emergency supplies to the community. Discussion of the purpose and goal  of a POD, when it is necessary to open one, an Incident Command Structure for the organization of POD staff, job functions and job action sheets for POD functions

 

Training Dates TBD

 

4.    Psychological First Aid/Psychology of a Disaster: This module describes the impact of an event on the mental health of the MRC members, responder and others and steps that responders can take to relieve their own stress and those of disaster survivors.

 

Training Dates TBD

 

 

5.    ICS 700: Introduction to the National Incident Management SystemNIMS provides a nationwide template to enable all government, private sector and non-governmental agencies to work together during a domestic incident.  This course is an introduction to NIMS, its components, concepts and principles.

 

Thursday, June 24, 2015

 

6.   Ebola Preparedness and Response Training:  provides an update on Ebola outbreak, history and overview of Ebola Virus, Healthcare System and Public Health Preparedness and response efforts, Active Screening and Post-arrival monitoring of at risk population, and Public Health Messaging

 

 
December 10, 2014