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Taskbook / Passport 10/6/21
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Skill # Unit # (Skill station A-G)Skill Instructors initals  Notes
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Check-in/Hold Harmless FormRequired for all assisting or attending
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Check-in/Hold Harmless Form/DSW Forms (2)/Name Tags/Task Book/ BackpacksCheck-in/Hold Harmless Form required for all students
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Orientation/Safety Briefing
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n/aOnline Course Completion Certificate Received Must have been received in advance
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n/aLearn from the Instructor or Program Manager any specific local hazards and official plans for CERT use in your area, including your local CERT policies and protocols. If available reference to the local Emergency Operation Plan and learn how CERT fits in the plan. OrientationPart of orientation; CERT dos & don'ts; activation; CERT SOPs & local EOP for volunteer involvement are works in progress; reference Q&A webinar link for local hazards; CCs serve in our neighborhoods & provide mutual aid
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n/aLearn from the Instructor or Program Manager details on any opportunities for you to get further involved in the CERT Program or other programs, if applicable. Also learn of any additional training opportunities, ie. any FEMA CERT add-on modules, hazard specific training, Red Cross, or other local, state, or federal provided courses. Orientation + Beyond Basic Training link at CoastsideCERT.comOrientation + New Beyond Basic Training webpage link
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n/aParticipate in the Mock Disaster Simulation  Afternoon session Highlighted skill # = DemonstrateInstructor rotates with small groups some stations have additional assistants
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51 Participate in an activity that emphasizes working w/ unfamiliar people / problems / tools / surroundings in a time compressed environment. (PM 1-2) All dayThat is what this in-person training is all about
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61 Participate in an instructor led Evacuate activity (PM pg18)  Orientation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsmf-Qzk_DISign up for Alerts; more than 1 route out; temporary refugee areas; mtg places; out of State contacts; reunification plan; ex: El Granada evacuation plan
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71 Describe the purpose of each article of PPE and the limitations of each. (PM pg 25, 30 to 37) OrientationDescribe contents of backpack and other PPE & tools
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81 Discuss and understand volunteer protection laws that apply to your state and community (PM pg 25, 26) OrientationGood Sams; DWS; stay within your scope
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92 Complete the ICS functions activity. (PM pg 6, 7) Orientation. Same as #15attached ICS CERT forms
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102 Describe how CERT trained individuals mobilize in your jurisdiction. (IG pg 11, consult with local CERT Program Manager) OrientationSee #2
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112 Participate in an instructor led discussion on appropriate CERT tasks based on structure damage levels. Identify primary mission and appropriate response. (PM pg 11) OrientationSOP's, level of training, available resources, Disaster Alley Drill may be use as part or Search and rescue afternoon session
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122 Review documentation tools and describe the purpose of each tool and when each tool is used. (PM pg 13, 23, 24) Forms attached Orientation
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132 OPTIONAL: Learn about local basic crime scene protocols (2019 IG pg ii,8) Stay situationally aware; see something/report it; stay back and stay safe. OrientationStay situationally aware; see something/report it; stay back and stay safe. Any Crime, injury or death assume its going to court.
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142 OPTIONAL: Practice filling out CERT forms in an instructor led table top exercise. Instructors may consider making a list of situation information and the student determines which form the info goes on and why, and where the form will go/documentation flow. (2019 PM pg13,27 to 35)  Will be fulfilled as students rotate thru skill stations. Afternoon sessionStudents will have sample form ICS/CERT Forms. Have them track significant events (assignment rotations) on ICS 214 form. review at(H) IC/ Commucation station in afternoon
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152 OPTIONAL: Describe how CERT trained individuals organize in the basic Incident Command System (ICS), and the responsibilities of each function: Incident Commander/Team Leader; Logistics Section Chief; Planning Section Chief; Operations Section Chief: Fire Suppression Group Leader, Search & Rescue Group Leader (Triage Team, Transport Team), Medical Group Leader (Immediate, Delayed, Minor, Morgue) Completed throughout in-person skills training. Overlaps with #9. Orientation REVIEW AT (H)Afternoon IC Comms station. If there is enough interest we can put on a ICS 100c class
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162OPTIONAL: Practice physically organizing a CERT team and make
assignments for each role.(2019 PM Unit 2 pg3 to 5) (2019 IG Unit 2 pg4 to 7, and Unit 4 pg 5) - Afternoon
CERT assistant/mentors rotating with students can point out Command, Operation, Logistics, Planning and Finance roles as they see the opportunity
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 Demonstrate how to approach a patient (PM pg2) 
Scene safe, call out, ask permission to treat
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183 (A) Evaluate circulation: perform a capillary refill test and radial pulse test (PM pg5) Blanch test skin color should come back with in 2 seconds
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193(B) Open an airway in a conscious patient using the Tripod Position. (PM pg6,7).  Legs shoulder width apart, elbows or
hands on knees, and leaning forward slightly.
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203(B) Maintain an airway in an unconscious patient using the Recovery Position. (PM pg7) Victim on their side so chest can expand, tilting the head to drain fluid away from the airway.
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213 (B)Open an airway in a patient with a suspected spinal injury using the Jaw-Thrust Maneuver. (PM pg7,8)Airway mannequin
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223 (C)Demonstrate direct pressure to control excessive bleeding. (PM pg4)Don't remove bottom dressings
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233 (C) Demonstrate proper application of a tourniquet to control excessive bleeding. (PM pg4,5) Tourniquet prop
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243 (A) Perform a mental status evaluation (PM pg5) 
Simple command such as "Squeeze my hand."
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253 (C)Describe how to maintain body temperature to treat shock.
(PM pg5,6)
Remove wet cover with dry
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263 (C) Perform splinting: limb (upper and lower), foot, and anatomical; And discuss creative tools for splinting. (PM pg14,15). OPTIONAL: Follow the 7 points of splinting guidelines provided in the 2011 IG Unit 4 pg 53. Have materials out. Demonstrate COVID safe.
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 Apply a sling and swath for the arm. (IG pg22,23) 
Have materials out. Demonstrate COVID safe.
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283 (A)Review signs and describe how to treat heat and chemical burns. (PM pg10,11)
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293(A)Demonstrate how to dress and bandage a wound, including a pressure bandage, and tying the bandage if no tape is available, manage amputations, and secure impaled objects (PM pg11,12,6) 
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303 (A)Review signs and describe how to treat cold related injuries (PM pg16,17)
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313 (A)Review signs and describe how to treat bites and stings (PM pg18) 
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323 (A)Discuss insects/animals that pose a threat in your locality. (IG pg 28)
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333 (A)Review signs and describe how to treat bites and stings (PM pg18)
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343 (A)Demonstrate how to administer an Epi-Pen. (PM pg18)
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353AOPTIONAL: Evaluate breathing using steps 4 to 7. (2011 PM pg6) (2011 IG pg16,17,18) similar steps not found in 2019 version.
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363 (G)OPTIONAL: Perform triage on multiple simulated victims (prioritizing victim treatment) and describe the 4 categories & 6 steps. (2011 PM pg19 to 24) (2011 IG pg43,44,47 to 49,51 to 53)
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373ABCOPTIONAL: Safely remove exam gloves (2011 PM pg19) (2011 IG pg42)
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384 (G)Describe the role of CERT in a mass casualty situation. (PM pg2,3)Blended into afternoon
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394 (G)Describe how to organize disaster medical operations and what each function does (PM pg4)Triage - Treatment - Transportation - Morgue - Supply (transport includes to casualty collection point and out of treatment)
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404 (G)Demonstrate how to assess for PMS (Pulse, Movement, Sensation) (PM pg8)Check before and after any splinting
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414 (D)Perform head to toe assessment (PM pg8,10), also describe what to look for in the assessment (PM pg7,8), and signs of a head/neck/spinal injury (PM pg8,9)DCAP BTLS
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424 (3A)See a creative in-line stabilization demonstration (PM pg9)On a door with tape, lumber...
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434Describe steps for maintaining proper hygiene and sanitation, including how to purify water. (PM pg11,12) - WASH YOUR HANDS...BOIL OR 16 drops of BLEACH and let sit for 1/2 hourWash and gloves. Water: boil for 1 minute or 8-16 drops of bleach & let stand 30 minutes
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444 (G)OPTIONAL: Describe how to set up a Disaster Medical Treatment Area (2011 Unit 4 PM pg6 to 13) (2019 Unit 4 PM pg5). If possible practice setting up a medical treatment area. (2011 Unit 4 IG pg13,15,17 to 21) (2019 Unit 4 IG pgs7,8)Track and control in and out. Green, Yellow, Red, Black tarps. Treatment leaders. Re-triage. Centralized near transportation out of danger.
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455Participate in the Self-Care Toolkit activity. (PM Chapter 5 pg 4 -6) Tool kit attached. Review with Participant Manual at homeTake Home
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465Participate in instructor led “what would you do if…” scenarios (IG pg17). For contents covered in (PM pg8 to 12). Performed throughout eventsTake Home
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475Perform a survivor approach and use psychological first aid to help stabilize the survivor. Instructor may provide scenarios. (PM pg10 to 12). Debrief Take Home
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485 (G)Learn about the local plan for dealing with the deceased. (PM pg12) See Section 3 CRespect, keep out of sight, let family grieve
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496 (E)Select correct method and agent for extinguishing a fire & describe steps to deciding to use a fire extinguisher (PM pg 7,8,10) Instructor may provide several scenarios.6 = Fire Control & Utilities
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Review fire suppression safety rules. (PM pg12)
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516Learn about safe disposal of hazardous materials in your area. (IG pg22)https://www.smchealth.org/hhw
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526 (E)Operate a fire extinguisher: PASS (PM pg10,11) Demonstrate proper fire suppression procedures (PM pg13) and extinguish a fire.
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Participate in the Gathering Facts activity (PM pg5,6)
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547 (F)Draw an example of the ABCD quadrant method for communicating damage or findings. (PM pg7,8)A is address, then clockwise from back
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557 (F)Participate in the Search and Rescue Size Up activity (PM pg13)Section 7: Demonstrate in AM; perform in PM
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567 (F)Demonstrate correct application of search markings. (PM pg15)
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577 (F)Perform a mock search. Demonstrate how to conduct a left or right wall search pattern in a room. (PM pg15,16).
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587 (D)Demonstrate proper body position for lifting. (PM pg19)Limit contact - COVID - students need to know their limitations
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597 (D)Demonstrate proper lifting techniques for the One Person Arm Carry, and describe when this carry is the appropriate selection. (PM pg22,23,27)
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607(D)Demonstrate proper lifting techniques for the Pack-Strap Carry, and describe when this carry is the appropriate selection. (PM pg23,27)
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617 (D)Demonstrate proper lifting techniques for the Two Person Carry, and describe when this carry is the appropriate selection. (PM pg23,24,27)
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627 (D)Demonstrate proper lifting techniques for the Chair Carry, and describe when this carry is the appropriate selection. (PM pg24,25,27)
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637 (D)Demonstrate proper lifting techniques for the Blanket Carry, and describe when this carry is the appropriate selection. (PM pg25,27)
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647 (D)Demonstrate proper techniques for Log Rolling, and describe when Log Rolling should be used. (PM pg26,27)
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657(F)Demonstrate proper techniques for the Blanket Drag and drag without a blanket, and describe when this carry is the appropriate selection. (PM pg26,27)
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667(F)Describe a debris removal technique and considerations. (PM pg20)
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Demonstrate box and unbox cribbing. (PM pg20)
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Participate in instructor led cribbing “what if” scenarios (IG pg29)
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697(B)Perform each position for Leveraging and Cribbing Operations (Medical, Crib, Lever, Leader), and demonstrate knowledge of team organization for leveraging/cribbing operation and describe each position role and responsibility (PM pg20,21,22,27)
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708Participate in an instructor led “Preparing for a Terrorism Related Event” activity. (PM pg6) See Something Say Something Stay Away Scenario: See Something Say Something
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(H) RADIO COMMSLocal knowledge: Radio Comunications Radio Communications skills station w/walkie talkie and Ham radio demos. Walkie Talkies used to communicate during disaster simulation rotations
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