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From: Phillips, Scott T. [mailto:PHILLIST@dhec.sc.gov]
Sent: Friday, January 02, 2015 12:57 PM
Subject: ICS 300 Course- SCEMD
Good afternoon and Happy New Year! Attached is information for an ICS-300 course at the SCEMD in February. Please contact the SCEMD if you are interested. Note- there are prerequisites for the course and if you need to complete any, forward a copy of your certificates to me and a copy of the certificate from this course.
Scott T. Phillips, MPA
SC DHEC Midlands Region
Office of Public Health Preparedness
From: Mary Stargel [MStargel@scha.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2014 4:24 PM
Cc: Mary Stargel
Subject: FW: ReachSC Message: Official CDC HAN Info Service: CDC Ebola Update #1
Good afternoon everyone;
Please see attached the latest Health Alert Network information bulletin from the CDC. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions regarding this bulletin.
This is an official CDC HAN Info Service regarding a CDC Ebola Update 1.
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Yale New Haven Health System for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response has announced two new online courses to support first responders.
AWR-307-W: Evacuation and Shelter in Place Needs of People with Medical Dependencies During a Disaster (Awareness Level) – This introductory course is designed for responders who require the skills necessary to recognize and report a potential catastrophic incident or who are likely to witness or investigate an event.
PER-302-W: Evacuation and Shelter in Place Needs of People with Medical Dependencies During a Disaster (Performance Level) – This performance level course is designed for first responders who perform tasks during the initial response to a catastrophic event, such as safeguarding the at-risk public, rescuing victims, or decontaminating victims.