Hosted by: Sonoma County Animal Services
Atwood Ranch- 12099 Sonoma Highway, Glen Ellen, CA 95442
Cost: $650 per person for non-Sonoma Cart Volunteers.
Registration is FREE for all Sonoma County Animal Services and Volunteers. Sonoma cart registration is made possible with a grant from the ASPCA. Space is limited so sign up today.
24 Hour HAZWOPER Training is designed for hazardous waste and emergency response workers who must satisfy their 24-hour HAZWOPER training requirement.
The standards under 29 CFR Part 1910.120 (e) require employees to complete appropriate HAZWOPER training prior to entering or beginning work on an uncontrolled hazardous site.
This course includes an 8-hour practical animal decontamination exercises working with live animals from service, working and companion animals to livestock. A large animal livestock system is provided for low stress handling. Meets the requirement for FEMA participation of animal decontamination exercise.
Type 1 FEMA Resource team 45 people
Type 2 FEMA Resource team 15 people
Type 3 FEMA Resource team 8 people
Levels of Protection
Hazardous Waste Detecting
Agencies and Regulations
Types of Hazards
Hosted by: Animal Rescue League of Iowa
Animal Rescue League of Iowa
5452 NE 22nd Street
Des Moines, IA 50313
Registration is free
Made possible with a grant from the ASPCA
This training prepares you to immediately apply your knowledge in the field from experienced livestock investigators and instructors focused on equine and livestock cruelty investigations. This continuing education course builds confidence in investigators, provides valuable hands on training and necessary skills to handle and investigate livestock.
Understanding Livestock Behavior
Common Medical Conditions in Cruelty Cases
What to do and who to call
Identifying Equine and Livestock Neglect
Body Condition Scoring
Hosted by: Animal Decon LLC
This 16-hour course includes an 8-hour online training with an 8-hour practical animal decontamination exercise with live animals. Exercise includes small animals, livestock and human decontamination.
8-Hour online module will be emailed after registration and students will receive link.
When registering, select the date for the “Hands-On” Exercise. This course meets the requirements outlined in FEMA/OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 for 8 hours of annual refresher training.
(Hazwoper) Initial and annual refresher training is required for: employees or volunteers participating in emergency response operations. (Animal Decontamination) Meets the requirement for FEMA participation of animal decontamination exercise.
•Fire And Explosion
Schedule your teams training today!
Handling livestock during stressful situations can be extremely difficult for responders as well as the animal. Think in terms of safety first, safety for you, the animal and anyone else in the area. This training prepares you to immediately apply your knowledge to the field, with hands-on training from experienced instructors focused on the animal response using the latest handling techniques. Livestock should always be approached in a calm, quite way and handled appropriately. Livestock have a great ability to sense fear, therefore handlers should be confident in their actions and always be aware of their ability. This class will build confidence in handlers and provide the necessary skills to handle livestock.
In addition, you will learn front/rear assist and perform a downed animal rescue exercise.
The Animal Decontamination Specialist provides a range of decontamination operations for animals in one or more of the following competency areas:
1. Companion animals, including pets, service animals, and assistance animals
2. Livestock, including food or fiber animals and domesticated equine species
3. Wildlife animals, captive wildlife, and zoo animals
4. Laboratory animals
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