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Managing Food Emergencies; Strategies for a Community Response

  • 14 Nov 2017
  • 8:00 AM
  • 15 Nov 2017
  • 5:00 PM
  • Brown County Annex 201 Locust Lane Nashville IN

Sponsored by the IEHA TAHP Committee and Presented in Brown County Indiana, by the NCBRT - from Louisiana State University - this course helps jurisdictions develop a plan to effectively respond to a large food emergency.  The goal of the course is to encourage multidisciplinary, multiagency planning to mobilize resources in a food emergency.  This course will offer a fictional food emergency with modules that progress from detection of the foodborne outbreak to transition and recovery  Target audience is public health, law enforcement, veterinary, laboratory, private sector food and food associations

National Center for Biomedical Research and Training at Louisiana State University offers DHS certified courses covered under the NCBRT Homeland Security National Training Program Cooperative Agreement.  As a DHS Primary training provider, the NCBRT can offer this vital training at no cost....

There are a few prerequisites;

  • FEMA SID # required
  • ICS 100.B Intro to incident command system
  • ICS 700


  • ICS 200
  • ICS 800

Contact Jennifer Rugenstein at for a registration form

or call 812-988-2255

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