DVD Terrorism Detecting Weapons of Mass Destruction




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Provides training to special operations units such as hazmat teams, bomb squads, tactical units, National Guard troops, and other emergency responders who may be called upon to carry out monitoring and sampling activities at a suspected WMD incident in order to help identify the weapons used.

  • Focuses on equipment used as part of initial emergency response operations:
  • Dosimeters
  • Radiation pagers
  • Contamination survey instruments
  • Spectrometry
  • M8/M9 paper
  • High speed chromotography
  • Hazmat Smart Strips
  • Infrared technology
  • Biological sampling kits
  • many more! Also:
  • The complexities of detecting for weapons of mass destruction
  • Detection priorities
  • Technologies used to monitor for radiation, explosives, chemical weapons and biological weapons
  • The advantages and limitations of each type of technology is discussed
  • How to avoid false positives
  • How to document findings
  • 29 minutes.
  • Guide included
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DVD Terrorism Threat Identification, Recognition & Response




The focus of this program is on the characteristics and potential effects of prohibited weapons: explosives, hazardous substances and compounds that pose a risk to ships and port facilities.

The elements of this course include sections on:

  • Recognition and detection of weapons, dangerous substances and devices
  • Methods of physical searches and non-intrusive inspections
  • Implementing and coordinating searches
  • Recognition, on a non-discriminatory basis, of persons posing potential security risks
  • Techniques used to circumvent security measures
  • Crowd management and control techniques

DVD TerrorismvThe EOC & Crisis Management




This program reviews what happens when an incident becomes a crisis. It stresses the need for a crisis management plan to support on scene emergency response activities, to get outside resources to help control the situation, and to manage the crisis.

This program covers:

  • The role of the Emergency Manager
  • Setting up the Emergency Operations Center
  • Communications
  • How the Crisis Management Team operates
  • The role of the Public Information Officer
  • Managing the media
  • Media briefings
  • Incident termination & recovery
  • 29 minutes

DVD Terrorism Anthrax: Response to Anthrax Threats




Five common scenarios involving threats are examined and proper response procedures for each are illustrated:

  • A threat is made but no substance is discovered
  • An unopened letter or package is discovered that claims to contain anthrax
  • A package is opened that claims to contain anthrax, but no suspicious material is included
  • A package or letter is opened that claims to contain anthrax, and a suspicious substance is found
  • A suspicious powder is found, but no threat has been made.
Other topics covered:
  • Protective clothing and equipment
  • Obtaining samples
  • Handling victims
  • Clean-up.
Purchase includes a supply of handy wallet-sized response guides. 29 minutes.

DVD Terrorism Bomb Threat




UPDATED IN 2007! Designed for security and maintenance personnel, school officials, building management, government officials, fire and police, crisis management teams, and others who may respond to bomb threats as a part of their duties.
  • The type of locations bombers are most likely to target
  • Steps that building management can take to harden the site against becoming a potential target.
  • Major elements of a bomb incident plan
  • Chain of command
  • Setting up a command center
  • Developing a communications plan
  • Alerting, evacuation and search procedures
  • How to substantiate the threat
  • Responsibilities of the on-site emergency manager
  • When to order an evacuation
  • Coded alerts and low-profile searches
  • The role of the bomb squad
  • Anthrax scares
  • Recognizing a potential bomb
  • Searching for secondary devices. 25 minutes.

DVD Terrorism ICS The Incident Command System




Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) calls for development of the National Incident Management System (NIMS)...a consistent yet flexible nation-wide framework for managing all types of domestic incident at the local, state, and federal levels of government. ICS (the Incident Command System) is a core element of NIMS. Response organizations are required to adopt NIMS in order to receive federal preparedness grants. Designed for law enforcement, firefighters, emergency managers, emergency medical personnel, government agencies, the military, security, and facility management personnel who may respond to incidents or be involved in joint response operations.
  • How to manage resources from multiple agencies and jurisdictions.
  • How all key players in a response work together effectively.
  • A common organizational structure
  • Decision-making under ICS
  • The relationship of federal, state, and private sector officials,
  • Unified command
  • Defining roles and resource channels
  • The role of the Incident Commander
  • The importance of adopting a spirit of cooperation and trust.
  • Operations, Planning, Logistics, and Administration & Finance Section roles and responsibilities.
  • Developing response objectives.
  • Establishing the command post and emergency operations center(s);
  • Communications
  • Size-up issues, securing the area and control zones.
  • Includes a Model Procedures Guide to help jurisdictions establish an ICS System.

DVD Terrorism ICS and Unified Command




ICS & Unified Command is part of the Oil Spill Response Series. Available separately or as a part of the series.

When a spill occurs, many public and private agencies will become involved in the response. A Unified Command system is necessary to blend these diverse agencies together into an effective, cohesive response team. This program teaches

  • How a single organizational structure is formed through the mutual agreement of cooperative agencies.
  • Who the key players will be in the response to an oil spill
  • The responsibilities of each
  • How resources are integrated successfully. 28 minutes.

DVD ICS for Industry



3 part series describes how industries can prepare to properly handle an incident in order to avert a crisis. It describes how to set up and implement an Incident Command System that will work effectively with public safety organizations.

Narrated by Greg Noll, a Certified Safety Professional and a member of many national safety committees, including the NFPA Technical Committee on Hazardous Materials Response Personnel (chair). In 2006 Greg was a recipient of the IAFC Hazardous Materials Committee's Level A Award for his lifetime contributions to the hazardous materials training and education community.

The series consists of 3 DVDs plus an accompanying Model Procedures Guide on CD-Rom. After taking the training provided by the course of instruction suggested, the student should be able to identify the benefits of using ICS, describe the key concepts and principles underlying the National Incident Management System, and describe the basic features of ICS. The student will be able to describe the roles and functions of the Incident Commander, the Command Staff and the four principle sections under ICS. The student will also be able to describe the elements of a crisis management plan and understand the role of the Emergency Operations Center.

Safety safety Emergency Film Group Incident Management - All  Industry
Incident Management
Part 1 - Incident Management geared to the industrial sector. 

Safety safety Emergency Film Group The Response Organization - All  Industry
The Response Organization
Part 2 - Examines the Incident Command System and the roles and responsibiltiies of the key players.

Safety safety Emergency Film Group The EOC & Crisis Management  - All Industry
The EOC & Crisis Management
Part 3 - How industry can successfully manage a crisis using the media effectively.

Safety safety Emergency Film Group ICS for Industry Model  Procedures Resource CD-Rom - Emergency Planning
ICS for Industry Model Procedures Resource CD-Rom
Accompanies the DVD series ICS for Industry. Includes four PowerPoints, a post seminar quiz..

DVD Terrorism IED Package



Training to strengthen IED attack preparedness as well as deterrence, prevention and protection capabilities. This training is designed to meet funding priorities for the Department of Homeland Security's Grant Program. It is designed for law enforcement, emergency management, bomb squads, fire departments and rescue personnel.

The package includes 4 DVD-based programs plus 2 texts:

  • IEDs & VBIEDs
  • Suicide Bomber
  • Bomb Threat
  • Terrorism: Explosive & Incendiary Weapons
  • Explosives & Identification Guide (text)
  • Jane's Unconventional Weapons (text)
Safety safety Improvised Explosive Devices
Limited time - Save $100 on this program!

Safety safety Emergency Film Group Suicide Bomber - All Law  Enforcement
Suicide Bomber
Plan for, recognize and respond to suicide terrorism with this award winning film!

Safety safety Emergency Film Group Terrorism Explosive &  Incendiary Weapons - All Terrorism Response
Terrorism Explosive & Incendiary Weapons
Pre- and post-detonation response to IEDs and other types of bombs

Safety safety Emergency Film Group Bomb Threat - Bomb response
Bomb Threat
Learn how to develop a bomb threat plan to maximize safety and minimize the disruption of activities... read more

Safety safety Emergency Film Group Janes Unconventional Weapons  Response Handbook - Terrorism
Janes Unconventional Weapons Response Handbook

Safety safety Emergency Film Group Explosives Identification Guide  - Terrorism
Explosives Identification Guide

DVD Terrorism IEDs & VBIEDs




Recent history has shown that IEDs (improvised explosive devices) and VBIEDs (vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices) are often the terrorists’ weapon of choice. It is likely that these attacks would be carried out in non- battlefield environments. The first responder community will be a community's first line of defense if these deadly weapons are involved in an incident. This program, IEDs & VBIEDs, will raise the awareness of emergency personnel regarding these weapons.

Designed for police officers, firefighters, hazmat teams, bomb squads, EMTs, emergency management, military personnel, security guards and others who may encounter or respond to incidents involving IEDs. Both pre- and post-detonation response are portrayed. Topics covered:

  • Types of explosives and precursor chemicals that are often used to construct an IED
  • Warning signs of the presence of a possible VBIED including new configurations based on al-Qaeda intelligence
  • Conducting reconnaissance, evacuation distances, and using remote robots.
  • Establishing Unified Command
  • Sizing up the incident,
  • Managing victims
  • Preserving evidence
  • 28 minutes
  • Includes an accompanying resource CD-Rom which includes a customizable PowerPoint presentation, quiz, references and other materials that will help an Instructor present a seminar.