Protecting Our First Responders
This course is designed to be a pre-incident training course for emergency service personnel. In the aftermath of a critical incident, whether man-made or natural, stress reactions are the normal response of a healthy person to an abnormal situation. Emergency service personnel responding to critical incidents or disasters will see and experience events that may include witnessing or experiencing tragedy, death, serious injuries and performing their duties in threatening situations. These critical events have the potential to strain their usual coping skills. The physical and psychological well-being of those experiencing this stress, as well as their future ability to function through a prolonged response, will depend upon how they manage this stress. Pre-incident training will help prepare individuals to cope with critical incidents and the reactions that they may experience.
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