Are you interested in learning more about emergency preparedness at home and at work? Stanford's STARS system offers several free programs, both in person and online.
There are two programs to help you be better prepared in your personal life:
Personal Emergency Preparedness : EHS-5090 Learn how to prepare yourself, your family and your home to survive the next disaster. You will receive information on emergency kits, family preparedness plans, fire safety, earthquake preparedness, and more.
Emergency Preparedness for your Home : EHS-3201
Learn how to prepare yourself, your family and your home to survive the next disaster. You will receive information on earthquakes, family preparedness plans, and building your own disaster kit.
For those of you engaged with emergency preparedness at the office, there are a whole series of programs discussing the Incident Command System that forms the basis for emergency response throughout Stanford:
FEMA Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100, for Higher Education : EHS-9100he
This class introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) & provides the foundation for higher level ICS classes. Content is focused on Higher Ed Institutions.
FEMA G300 Incident Command System, Intermediate, I-300 : EHS-9300
Non-Resident Courses (EMI Courses conducted by States) G300-Incident Command System, Intermediate, I-300. This course covers Organization and Staffing, Organizing for Incidents and Events, Resource Management, and Air Operations.
FEMA ICS-200b, an ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents : EHS-9200b
This class is designed to enable personnel to operate efficiently during an incident or event within the Incident Command System (ICS).
Check out STARS
for availability and schedules for all of these sessions.