TNG24P – 40.00 Hours

Schedule

Details10/26/20 – 10/30/20College Station, TXFP TNG24P 8$2500.00Register

Address

TEEX-Brayton Fire Field

1595 Nuclear Science Road
College Station, TX 77843

Instructor

To Be Announced

Start Time

08:00 AM Monday, October 26, 2020
Central Daylight Time (CDT)

Details05/03/21 – 05/07/21College Station, TXFP TNG24P 9$2500.00Register

Address

TEEX-Disaster City-Bldg-137

1595 Nuclear Science Road
College Station, TX 77843

Instructor

Clint T. Arnett

Start Time

08:00 AM Monday, May 03, 2021
Central Daylight Time (CDT)

Details10/25/21 – 10/29/21College Station, TXFP TNG24P 10$2500.00Register

Address

TEEX-Disaster City-Bldg-137

1595 Nuclear Science Road
College Station, TX 77843

Instructor

Clint T. Arnett

Start Time

08:00 AM Monday, October 25, 2021
Central Daylight Time (CDT)

This schedule is subject to change without notice. If you have not received confirmation of the class prior to the class start, please contact the division at (866) 878-8900 or esti@teex.tamu.edu to get the latest schedule.

Course Description

This course builds on the Passenger Rail Rescue (TNG 23P) course and is designed to provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform advanced search and rescue operations at a passenger train or commuter train disaster in a contaminated or CBRNE environment.

Participants will have significant hands-on skill scenarios in the Transportation Disaster Training Area (TDTA) located at Disaster City® in College Station, Texas. The TDTA contains a seven-car Amtrak passenger car derailment. Participants have an opportunity to learn multiple advanced rescue techniques that are unique to passenger rail disasters.

The course is five days long with eight-hours of training each day, for a total of 40 hours.

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be issued a TEEX Certificate of Completion. 

Prerequisites

The following prerequisite is required to attend this course. Participants must bring their certificate of completion on the first day of class. Participants that do not have the prerequisite will be removed from the class.

Attendance Requirements

To meet attendance requirements, participants must review each training module and complete all required course assignments, activities, quizzes, and/or end of course exam.

Recommended

Due to the strenuous nature of search and rescue activities, participants should secure a professional evaluation of their physical condition prior to enrolling in these courses.

Topics

  • Enhanced Operations in the Contaminated Environment
  • Management of Personnel
  • Establishing Control Zones
  • Search and Rescue Operations
  • Decontamination of Passengers and Responders
  • Case Studies of CBRNE Passenger Rail Incidents
  • Multiple Day and Night Rescue Scenarios in the Contaminated Environment

Suggested Audience

This course has been developed for city, state, and federal responders. Emergency responders from municipal agencies tasked with responding to passenger rail incidents.

Participants include emergency responders from the following disciplines/services:

  • Fire Service (FS)
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
  • Law Enforcement (LE)
  • State or City Transit System Responders

Other Information

Travel and Personal Protective Equipment

Participants should plan travel to arrive the night before classes begin. The course delivery is at Disaster City® in College Station, Texas. Responders that will be training on the rubble pile or inside of structures at Disaster City® are required to bring the following items to the course:

  • Helmet, must be ANSI rated Z89.1-Type 1 with headlamp
  • Steel toe safety boots, must be ANSI Z41 PT99 M1/75 C/75
  • Eye protection, must be ANSI Z87.1
  • Work gloves (leather or extrication gloves)
  • Standard work/duty clothing including long-sleeve shirts for every day of class
  • Raingear suitable for search and rescue operations. Class exercises are conducted in rain or shine.
  • Knee pads and elbow pads
  • Hand held flashlight and extra batteries

Grant funding information

Jurisdictions that receive Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funding from their State Administrative Agency (SAA) (e.g. Urban Area Security Initiatives [UASI], State Homeland Security Program [SHSP], etc.) may be able to utilize those funds to pay for TEEX/ESTI courses. Since states have varying processes and procedures for utilizing grant funds to take training, the best resource will be your city or county administrator or comptroller for homeland security grant funding.

Technical assistance

Jurisdictions requiring assistance in establishing regional search and rescue capabilities in the areas of Structural Collapse, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) response, and Water Rescue are encouraged to contact the TEEX/ESTI Rescue Program.

Contact Information

Emergency Services Training Institute
Phone: (979) 458-5636 | Toll-Free: (979) 458-0715
Email: rescue@teex.tamu.edu

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— Managing Critical Incidents at Institutes of Higher Education
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