Training ppt on team building

FEMA HiEd Great Plans Are a Smart Thing; Training is Everything!

Study 85% $$$ 98% Fcast Cutting? Special Teams Training!!! Supervisors Patrol Training is Everything! Emergency Services Readiness: Nat’l Research/Train More Than Annually?” Training: Not Just Training Training: Not Just Training 1.Bond Emps into Safety Culture Training: Not Just Training 1.Bond Emps into Safety Culture 2.Build Emp Awareness Training: Not Just Training 1.Bond Emps into Safety Culture 2.Build Emp Awareness 3.Knock Down Silos Training: Not Just Training 1.Bond Emps into Safety Culture 2.Build/


Orientation and Foundations in Autism Spectrum Disorders K-12 Intensive Training.

in order to move the whole system forward This is what the START Project is all about ! START Primary Components Team-based Intensive Training START Early Childhood Intensive Training START K-12 Intensive Training START Building Your Future Training START Intensive Training Intensive yearlong training with multidisciplinary school based teams in the areas of teaming and problem solving, effective educational programming for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and systems change/


Team Building in Primary Care MiPCT Kick Off—March 2012 Kevin Taylor MD, MS Associate Medical Director MiPCT.

Kaiser system adopted an ambitious goal to prevent cardiovascular events called the PHASE program—Prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes Every day. 21 Key Elements of Team Building  Defined Goals  Systems  Division of Labor  Training  Communication California HealthCare Foundation Building Teams in Primary Care: Lessons Learned Clinical systems Procedures for providing prescription refills Administrative systems Procedures for making patient appointments “Standard Office Process” (SOP) Key Elements/


School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (SWPBIS) Getting Started Year One Training - DAY ONE 2015-2016 September 30, 2015 Tracey Lamothe.

of PBIS/SWPBIS –Why SWPBIS? –What is SWPBIS? –Critical Features –Evidence Based Behavioral Interventions –Continuum of Behavior Support –SWPBIS Team Implementation Process Getting Started with SWPBIS (steps 1-3) Action Planning MAIN TRAINING OBJECTIVES Establish leadership team Establish staff agreements Build working knowledge of SWPBIS outcomes, data, practices, and systems Develop individualized action plan for SWPBIS Organize for upcoming school year Self-monitor (Are/


Coaching School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (SWPBIS) Northwest PBIS (NWPBIS) Coaches Training Sue Vande Voort M.Ed, PBIS Specialist.

of SWPBIS Activity Identifying Resources Remember, Review Implementation Guidelines BEFORE DURING AFTER Look Break Time! Overview of SWPBIS and getting started… MAIN TRAINING OBJECTIVES Establish leadership team Establish staff agreements Build working knowledge of SWPBIS outcomes, data, practices, and systems Develop individualized action plan for SWPBIS Organize for upcoming school year OVERVIEW OF SCHOOL-WIDE POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS (CHAPTER I) SWPBIS /


Organization: Overview of Core Frameworks Local Training Module For First-year Associates Associate Handbook.

leadership to get buy- in and advice The leader skill for becoming $1 billion President as sponsor Input –Account plans –People trained Outputs –Price –Share Awareness building – President’s road show Skill building through workshops Reinforcement through VBSS network bulletins Account teams Global account managers Account planning Performance measurement Communications Vision and leadership Problem solving process People development Organizational infrastructure VBSS Associates will often/


CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT MENU TRAINING CATALOGUE Your guide to training and development at Warwickshire County Council COURSE CATALOGUE Your guide to Learning.

Practice the skills learnt and take away some tools, techniques and tips Who’s it for? All staff who run team meetings, training courses and events 23 C OURSE A IMS AND O BJECTIVES Feedback SkillsWFW DP008 1/2 day Aim: To build skills and confidence in giving meaningful feedback and provide tips and techniques of how to do this. Learning Objectives: By/


B UILDING U P T HE B ODY O F C HRIST Last year we looked at making disciples which concentrated on the individual. This year Training Brief will focus.

we looked at making disciples which concentrated on the individual. This year Training Brief will focus on the body of Christ – what some people may call team building or team working. This is a fascinating subject – we know that God deals /keep moving Anchor ContemplationDeterminationActionMaintenanceRelapse? Change Cycle S UMMER R EVIEW So far in 2014 Training Brief has been looking at a number of aspects of team work and team building. As usual we are taking stock during the summer, reflecting on what we/


Building PBIS Tier 2/3 System of Supports Center on PBIS Mid-Atlantic PBIS Network Midwest PBIS Network Eber.

meetings – Blocking out time for coordination, team planning, staff meeting time for training and updates 2. Coordination Team  Attend weekly or bi-weekly meetings  Contribute to decision making for CICO students  Help conduct “Orientation to CICO” meetings  Gather supplemental information  Contribute to student/staff development workshops  Contribute to feedback sessions  Complete any assigned tasks from CICO meeting 2. Team Build a routine for: – Progress Monitoring/


Inspect and Adapt: Lessons Learned from an Enterprise Roll-out of Scrum March 18, 2009 Presented by the US-based Implementation Team Leaders: Cheryl Neeser,

in turn will enable the organization to create competent and effective Scrum teams  Develop a global Trainer program resulting in an internal Scrum training team to provide consistent training in all geographic locations and support cultural change  Develop and maintain a complete set of Scrum training objects sufficient to modularly build and deliver new training programs covering all aspects of the eFunds organization and customer suite  Develop/


SYSTEMS CHANGE THROUGH COACHING. INTRODUCTIONS Training Foundation Concepts from Last Year Foundations in ASD Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support.

Academy K-8 Wexford 4-6 Attwood K-3 Develop a Picture of YOUR District Buildings # students in the building –Intensity of Need (1=Low; 5=High) Current Implementation Tier Identifying Needs of the Building IMPLEMENTATION TIER TIER 1: UNIVERSAL (NEEDS SUPPORT FOR SUSTAINABILITY) --Teaming structure in place --Team(s) trained --Teams meeting regularly --Utilizing the USAPT --Implementing Peer to Peer Support --Ongoing PD TIER 2: TARGETED/


ASBDC Accreditation Committee Training September 15, 2009.

build understanding of where your SBDC is in terms of strengths and weaknesses Identifies the key steps to move to the next levelIdentifies the key steps to move to the next level Helps identify key themesHelps identify key themes Use as a training/circumstances Accreditation Committee How we work What You Should Expect Full committee can accept team’s recommendation, reject, or ask for change of report. Full committee can accept team’s recommendation, reject, or ask for change of report. State/Regions will /


Organization: Overview of Core Frameworks Local Training Module For First-year Associates Associate Handbook.

leadership to get buy- in and advice The leader skill for becoming $1 billion President as sponsor Input –Account plans –People trained Outputs –Price –Share Awareness building – President’s road show Skill building through workshops Reinforcement through VBSS network bulletins Account teams Global account managers Account planning Performance measurement Communications Vision and leadership Problem solving process People development Organizational infrastructure VBSS Associates will often/


1 Building Safe, Healthy, and Drug Free Communities October 18 – 20, 2016 Alexandria, VA National Coalition Academy Training of Trainers.

Community Health and Development, 2007 39 Building Safe, Healthy, and Drug Free Communities CADCA’s Training Transfer Approach 40 Building Safe, Healthy, and Drug Free Communities CADCA Training Transfer Approach 41 Building Safe, Healthy, and Drug Free Communities CADCA Training Transfer Approach 42 Building Safe, Healthy, and Drug Free Communities CADCA Training Transfer Approach 43 Building Safe, Healthy, and Drug Free Communities In your teams – for your assigned topic: 1/


This material is for training use only OR-OSHA 212 Workplace Emergency Action Plan 1. INTRODUCTION We’ve all heard it said, “Hope for the best, but be.

team ã Fire protection and suppression equipment, communications equipment, warning systems, emergency power equipment ã Facilities like emergency briefing areas ã Organizational capabilities including evacuation plan and employee support system Identify Codes and Regulations Identify applicable Federal, State, and local regulations. Where will you look for these codes and regulations? ã OSHA ã DOT ã NFPA/Life Safety ã DEQ ã Uniform Building Code ã etc……. Preparing This material is for training/


Laws and Regulations MiOSHA regulates the standards established in emergency preparedness plans for situations requiring evacuation. The standards indicate.

year and accomplished in a cooperative effort with MSU Police Homeland Security Division, Fire Marshall, Physical Plant and the personnel of MSU community (emergency coordinators/ teams and building personnel) Standards and keeping MSU safe MiOSHA further regulates training and review of the plan: Fire Safety Code FIRE PREVENTION CODE (EXCERPT) Act 207 of 1941 29.19 Fire drills in schools, colleges, universities, and/


Mission Pilot SQTR Tasks Preparatory Training Tasks O-2003, O-2004, O-2009, O-2101, P-2001 Through P-2005, P-2028 Advanced Training Tasks O-2001, O-2005.

personal and professional respect and courtesy to your teammates. Criticism will only serve to build yet another barrier to good communication. Nothing breaks down a team effort faster than hostility and resentment. Always offer opinions or ideas respectfully and constructively./121.5 and 406.025 MHz signals. It also has the ability to track a wide range of training frequencies for training exercises. The direction finder was developed for working under stressful mission conditions such as in an aircraft, /


Building a Project Management Culture

to all trainees Implementation announced for October 2000 Hardcopy and Web versions made available Building a Project Management Culture | Ajay Patel and Jim Stanley | Michigan State University Actions to Encourage PM Culture Change Process is simple and easy to use Training provided in concepts, tool, and process The leadership team reviews project plans for all projects that qualify Project managers’ and coaches’ performance/


The Unofficial On-line Coaches Training Online Coaches TrainingOnline Coaches Training by T.Perkins (VT), J. Otte (NY), & S. Riggs (TX) Questions:

sometimes two, $135) Establish Membership Coordinator (who the mail goes to) Form Teams, Recruit Coaches Attend Coaches Training Teams work on Solutions (November – March) Register Teams for Tournament (check local deadlines) Register Judge and/or Volunteer (if necessary) Regional/between winning and succeeding Set a meeting schedule Set a meeting schedule Second Meeting Incorporate team-building activity Incorporate team-building activity Discuss working as a group. All ideas are valid Discuss working as a /


Ground Team Member - 3 SQTR Tasks Prerequisite Training Tasks O-0001 Through O-0004, O-0101 Through O-0103, O-0201, O-0601, O-0902, P-0102 Familiarization.

Establish shelter for your body. If you have to spend the night in the wilderness, spend the necessary time to build adequate shelter and a fire. Maintaining body warmth and protection is a high priority. Conducting Actions When Lost (Task/trying to call you with a report or an update to the information. Familiarization and Preparatory Training Basic Communications Procedures (Task L-0001) Ground Team Members should be able to: Demonstrate the proper method to contact another station. Demonstrate knowledge /


MPAT TEMPEST EXPRESS-4 CTF Staff Planning Workshop

factions separate Facilitate Humanitarian Assistance (HA) Facilitate return of Displaced Persons (DP) Conduct Information Operations Assist police training UNSC Resolution 147 sanctions deployment of MNF led by Singapore UN Secretary-General appoints Mr. Lee Thong Ng (/ / OCHA) 1415 - 1430 Break 1430 - 1700 Complete Mission Analysis (CPGs) 1530 - 1700 Prepare Mission Analysis Brief (OPT Brief Building Team) . OCEAN 3 (COA 1) OCEAN 5 (COA 3) OCEAN 4 (COA 2) TABLES Legal Medical DOOR SCREEN TABLES . Ground/


Utah Association of Local Health Departments

skills © PHF 2009 The purpose of coaching QI Teams is to: Build a partnership between the coach, team leader, and team members Help the team move to a higher level of achievement Help the team overcome obstacles Help the team navigate a politically sensitive situation Provide training or problem solving assistance Coaching QI Teams Building a partnership between the coach, team leader, and team members is effective when there are: Agreed upon/


Operations Training Lesson 2 Be >> 1 Operations Training 2 This Lesson’s Agenda  Review  Educational Courses & Seminars  Leadership Training & Programs.

+1 39 38 2011 -51 42 93 2010 41 New Net Non- Renewal -36 77 2008 Analyze Present Situation Determine Obstacles List Essential Inputs Utilize Available Info Build a Support Team Leadership Analyze Present Situation >> Operations Training 32 Examine status of your availability, knowledge, skills & attitudes related to goal Don’t question your ability - - What may hinder you from achieving level of performance/


Traditional Training Methods

Analysis Performance Measurement Task Simulation and Exercises Feedback Principles Information-Based Demonstration-Based Video Guided Practice Role Play Strategies Cross-Training Coordination Training Team Leader Training Team Training Objectives Content Knowledge Skills Attitudes Group Building Methods: Action Learning Involves giving teams or work groups: an actual problem, having them work on solving it, committing to an action plan, and holding them accountable for carrying out the plan. Action/


Emergency Services, LLC / Copyright 2007 / Volume 07-61 TRAINING Click anywhere on page to view show in its entirety Click anywhere on page to view show.

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EduStudy trains students for the international employment market

as a whole can take advantage of all of the collective talent, knowledge, and experience of each team member. Team building is an organized effort to improve team effectiveness. An Overview of Tuckman and Jensen’s Four-Phase Model The Forming Stage The Storming Stage The/ never say I. And thats not because they have trained themselves not to say I. They dont think I. They think we; they think team. They understand their job to be to make the team function. They accept responsibility and dont sidestep it, but/


Los Altos Robotics FLL Coaches Training September 14, 2008 Organization and Schedule Coaching Guidelines Challenge Overview Research Project Overview Game.

instead of working with the robot. Meeting Plans: Ongoing Once you have made it through the training, exercises, building the playing field elements, and understanding the game and the rules, most of the meetings will be designing, building, programming, and test runs. Try and get the team to settle on a good base structure for the robot as soon as possible so that they/


Robert R. Shaw Center for S.T.E.A.M Basic Safety Training 2015 Katy ISD, Katy, Texas.

courteous to other users of the building Safety Rules for Everybody (continued)  Visitors allowed with clearance by KISD representative  Same PPE and shoe restrictions apply  Visitor stickers required – generated by Raptor system  Visitors may not operate equipment  Use proper tools, in good condition, for each job  Team training in safety rules  Teams are required to ensure all team members and mentors know and comply with/


PBIS District Leadership Teams: Using Implementation Science and the National Blueprint to Develop and Guide Implementation Efforts Special School District.

w/ behavioral expertise Academic- behavioral expertise Process & organizational expertise 23. DLT plans for local training capacity to build & sustain SWPBS practices. To decrease reliance on outside training expertise Requirements for this role include: Demonstrated fluency with key concepts/features of PBS Participated in full training sequence with school teams Provided successful training workshops to adult learners Experience with examples of implementation of SW-PBS practices and/


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An Open Response to Jacob Chukka’s Open Letter. 2 From: Jacob Chukka Date: Oct 24, 2007 10:26 PM Subject: American team bringing division in well estalished.

effective and developed in the congregations. But it is true that the congregations who fell prey to your team, still preaching and teaching and practicing what was taught earlier.With this motive they grabbed not only preachers whom we have trained, but also converts, church buildings and properties. If once they have attracted the preachers, they never visit those congregations again, but invite/


Welcome! PLC Facilitators Training

success. It’s about team success. That’s why we are committed to building strong professional learning communities. Later, you will hear more about our plan for CCSS implementation system. The bottom line is that a well-trained and highly supported work /each one…. Case Study Case Study 1 Facilitator Hostile Participant Other Team Members Time Keeper Recorder As a Algebra 1 Facilitator you have worked hard to build relationships with your team, but you have been receiving hostility from a participant. When /


Building Systems Capacity at Tier 3 ISTAC/IL PBIS Network Lucille Eber, State Director Kimberli Breen, Technical Assistance Director Waukegan School District.

were less likely to transfer  Paradigm shifting  Goal is post secondary outcomes so building skills for adulthood is critical  Originally trained clinicians to accomplish the work with renew  Next brought in Special Education teachers  / houses  Supervised collaboratively by Principal and Sp.Ed. Administrator  All administrators responsible for all students with ongoing teaming and collaboration Finding the Stepping Stones: Reducing compartmentalization  Support the “we” instead of the “us and them/


Building Evacuation & Shelter Training (Initial)

that you block under door with a towel or coat and call for help. September 2008 Building Evacuation & Shelter Training Reporting Procedures:. Appointed team members “sweep” areas on their floor ensuring that normally unoccupied areas are checked as well (/ or 496-2346 AED monitors are generally identified by the IC. AED training is free. Evacuation Team members are encouraged to take this training September 2008 Building Evacuation & Shelter Training If you receive a bomb threat: Don’t hang up Take all /


The “Unofficial” On-line Coaches’ Training Online Coaches TrainingOnline Coaches Training by T.Perkins (VT), J. Otte (NY), & S. Riggs (TX) Questions:

sometimes two, $135) Establish Membership Coordinator (who the mail goes to) Form Teams, Recruit Coaches Attend Coaches Training Teams work on Solutions (November – March) Register Teams for Tournament (check local deadlines) Register Judge and/or Volunteer (if necessary) / “winning” and “succeeding” Set a meeting schedule Set a meeting schedule Second Meeting Incorporate team-building activity Incorporate team-building activity Discuss working as a group. All ideas are valid Discuss working as a group. All/


Changing Practices, Changing Outcomes: Building State Capacity September, 2013.

(signatures) –Site visits Long term TA support to build capacity –Leadership team capacity building Program-Wide Supports for Implementation Effective intervention practices and effective implementation practices –Systemic approach for sustainability –All guided by an internal leadership team –Competency drivers : training /support for leadership teaming and practitioner training; training and support for behavior specialists, evaluation coordinators, internal coaches and external coaches –Organizational/


McGraw-Hill/Irwin © 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 7 - 1 7 Chapter Traditional Training Methods.

-Based Video Guided Practice Guided Practice Role Play Role Play Strategies Cross-Training Cross-Training Coordination Training Coordination Training Team Leader Training Team Leader Training Team Training Objectives Content Knowledge Knowledge Skills Skills Attitudes Attitudes McGraw-Hill/Irwin © 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 7 - 34 Group Building Methods: Action Learning (1 of 2) Involves giving teams or work groups: an actual problem, having them work on solving it/


AUDITOR TRAINING COURSE

given out and information is exchanged in case of an emergency.   6.4.7 Rescue and Medical Duties Emergency teams should be trained in the various types of possible emergencies and actions to be performed such as first- aid and transportation. 6./  Moreover, a permanent exhibition on occupational health and safety occupies an area in the head office of Ministry of Manpower building located at Havelock Road. The ministry also publishes various material regarding OH&S. An example is the OSH newsletter which is/


Project Management Training

a product or product component fulfills its intended use when placed in its intended environment…“Did we build the ‘right’ thing?” Goals: Prepare for validation Select products for validation Establish the validation environment/ authority to adjust the project team to meet objectives Key Project Management Functions Project Organization Project Monitoring & Control Integrated Product Teams Risk Management Project Roles Project Reviews Project Staffing & Training Metrics Project Planning & Resource /


Town of Tillsonburg Municipal Strategy November, 2004 Prepared by the Tillsonburg Strategy Development Team: Elaine Balpataky Scot Bolton Craig Brown Peter.

by themselves they are usually not sufficient to attract businesses, tourists or residents. (B) Competitive: The Team agreed that the strategy development process should take into account the fact that Tillsonburg is ultimately competing with other/ strategy will require attention to other industry-related initiatives such as improving utilities, developing a technical training capability and building relationships with Industry, since most of them will comprise the value proposition “promise” that will /


Comprehensive Delivery Process

Lead (Business Role) Ensures that User Documentation and Training Materials adequately address all planned business process change; Provides general business process consultation to the project team; Business Requirements Lead (Business Role) Maintains the Functional/ lead in loading test data across into the various environments; Assists the Development lead in loading software builds into the various environments; : . 13 Testing Phase Roles and Responsibilities Production Support Lead - (Technology/


SUUNTO PROJECT “RAMPING UP SALES” June 2003 Vantaa, Finland IBD team: Marybeth Thomson Carlos Ramirez Youngsuk Ko Shin Hamanaka.

Spalding Reebok Puma Speedo MANY COMPANIES HAVE ACHIEVED STRONG BRAND AWARENESS WITHOUT MASSIVE ADVERTISING INVESTMENT, INSTEAD FOCUSING ON BUILDING BRANDS THROUGH GUERILLA MARKETING TACTICS Brand Awareness vs. Ad Spending (Illustrative) Illustrative PUMA AND SPEEDO, BOTH /15,675 ); target consumers(88K) = target ratio(22%) x circulation (400K) Source:company data, team analysis G9 TRAINING AID PROGRAM: “VIRTUAL CADDY” OVERVIEW Target: Golf instructors of well known Golf Academies Objective: Create advocates/


Improving Outcomes for ALL Students Through the Flexible Student Services Model (FSSM) : Building Consensus Gary L. Cates, Ph.D. Mark E. Swerdlik, Ph.D.

roles in FSSM Sustaining structures of FSSM (Tiered system, Problem Solving Teams) Overview of the five day training model How did we get here? Brief Review of Statutory and regulatory foundations of FSSM Research support for Problem Solving/RtI models Thinking Differently with FSSM Time for Reflection Overview of Training: Day 2- Building the Infrastructure: Data- Based Decision Making What is Problem Solving? The/


High-Performance Team Training

Team Training Teams and Team Development Putting the Pieces Together ... Coaching Team Charter Meeting Effectiveness TEAMS Decision Making Problem Solving Diversity Communication Conflict Resolution Team Charter TEAMS Team Charter Introduction to Teams Meeting Effectiveness TEAMS Decision Making Problem Solving Diversity Communication Conflict Resolution Objective & Expected Results Team Charter Objective: To introduce the concept of a team, what teams need, how teams/ Manual for Team Building, 1992. The/


Training BSP Team Leaders

professionals will learn during the sessions Rev: Session 1: behavioral terms and concepts Subsequent sessions will begin with review from previous sessions Objectives for Session #1: Building Competing Behavior Pathways By the end of this training session Team Leaders will be able to: 1. Explain the difference between ‘mild to moderate’ and ‘severe/complex’ problem behaviors 2. Label the essential components of an/


Team Building and Team Training

Team Building and Team Training Chapter 17 17-1 What is Team Building? Organizational development intervention that focuses on improving the operations of work teams Variety of perspectives emphasize different goals and approaches Ongoing process 17-2 What is Team Building? Organizational Context of Team Building Build relationship between team and organization Organization’s culture impacts support for team building Evaluating Team Building Programs Organizations overlook importance because: Lack expertise/


1 IUOE National Training Fund National HAZMAT Program 1 Guidance on Creating Strong Partnerships between Operating Engineers and Urban Search & Rescue.

state. Only 50 (approximately) of 1147 fire departments in Michigan have personnel that are trained for technical rescue –Improve coverage – most teams are in the south (90% of rescues from collapsed buildings occur within first 2 hours) –Develop and deliver training for task force management personnel 62 IUOE National Training Fund National HAZMAT Program 62 Organization Chart for MUSAR Showing Liaison with Union 63 IUOE/


PBIS District Coaches Training NWPBIS Network Lori Lynass, Ed.D. Tricia Hagerty, M Ed.

SYSTEMS PRACTICES DATA OUTCOMES General Implementation “Map” 2+ years of school team training Annual “booster” events Coaching/facilitator support @ school & district levels Regular self-assessment & evaluation data On-going preparation of trainers Development of local/district leadership teams Establishment of state/regional leadership & policy team Major SWPBS Tasks Establish leadership team Establish staff agreements Build working knowledge & capacity of SW- PBS practices & systems Develop individualized/


“Every One a Tiger” Training Advisors and Security Force Assistance for the Army and for Joint Force Commanders to Build Security Capacity in Designated.

Cooperation Missions in Africa 12 2. Regionally-Focused, Culturally-Based Skills: - African Regional and Cultural Knowledge (Country Specific) - History and Background of Host Nation Forces - Rapport-Building - Cross-Cultural Communication 1. AFRICOM Training Teams: - What: 2-3 Soldier teams training Host Nation Forces - Who: 9 African Countries, 22 separate Missions - Where: Ft. Riley, KS - When: 3 RD Quarter, FY 13 - Why: Security Cooperation across Africa/


ACA NE Great Plans Are a Smart Thing; Training is Everything!

54.Em Contacts 55.Field Trips 56.Poisoning 57.Drug Overdose 58.Death 59.Crime Scene Mgt 60.Assault All-Hazards Training: Shall 1.Emergency Team 2.Chain of Command 3.Visitors 4.Contractors 5.Disabled 6.Headcounts 7.Evacuation 8.In-Building Relo 9.AAs 10.Fire 11.Bomb Threat 12.Medical Em 13.Security 14.Active Shooter 15.Hostage 16.Lockdown/


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