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Shelter-in-Place procedures may be required for a variety of reasons to respond to a natural or man-made hazard, disaster or accident.

The local Fire, Police, Emergency First Responders or Incident Commander are responsible for determining when the public needs to Shelter-in-Place. 
 
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Industrial Safety - Shelter In Place

 

Every year hazardous emergencies take their toll in dollars and human lives. While some losses are
unavoidable, adding shelter-in-place to emergency plans can help businesses cope with a fast-moving toxic cloud when there isn’t time to evacuate.

This training is to help facility managers, safety officers, and others who manage emergencies, understand how sheltering works, identify areas in buildings for sheltering occupants, and develop shelter-in-place plans for short-term chemical vapor releases.

Your business may already have an all-hazards or business continuity plan that includes evacuation as a
protective action. Adding a shelter-in-place strategy can increase your options for protection during emergencies.

The next Shelter-In-Place class will be held August 13 th from 9 AM to 4 PM at I.E.M.E. in Canton.

To register please print the course application from our website fill it out and return it with your payment.  If you have any questions please contact Scott Bumpus Training & Equipment Rep. by phone at 339-502-5050 x-214 or by e-mail at [email protected]


The IEME team has developed a 4-hour Shelter in Place training program that can be tailored to your individual companys needs. This program which involves video, classroom interaction, lecture and practice scenarios makes the program well balanced for learning.  For consultation or to schedule a class please contact:

Scott Bumpus Training & Equipment Rep.  by phone at 339-502-5050 x-214 or by e-mail at [email protected]

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