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Ready.gov The Ready Campaign asks individuals to do three key things to prepare for the unexpected: get an emergency supply kit, make a family emergency plan, and be informed about the different types of emergencies that could occur and their appropriate responses.
Lessons Learned Information Sharing The national network of Lessons Learned and Best Practices for emergency response providers and homeland security officials. LLIS.gov, a secure, restricted-access information resource is designed to facilitate efforts to prevent, prepare for and respond to acts of of terrorism and other incidents across all disciplines and communities throughout the US.
National Exercise Program Our goal is to help states, cities, towns and villages gain an objective assessment of their capacity to prevent or respond to and recover from a disaster so that modifications or improvements can be made before a real incident occurs.
United States Fire Administration As an entity of the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency, the mission of the USFA is to reduce life and economic losses due to fire and related emergencies, through leadership, advocacy, coordination and support.
Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program The Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program is a capabilities and performance-based exercise program that provides a standardized policy, methodology, and language for designing, developing, conducting, and evaluating all exercises.
FirstResponderTraining.gov FirstResponderTraining.gov serves as a central access point to validated, G&T-approved Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) training and information for First Responder discipliness
Counter Terrorism Training This portal web site serves as a single point of access to counter-terrorism training opportunities and related materials available across the Federal Government and from private and nonprofit organizations. These resources will help every law enforcement decision maker develop strategic plans for professional training and local emergency response.
National Counterterrorism Center The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) was established by Presidential Executive Order 13354 in August 2004, and codified by the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (IRTPA). NCTC implements a key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission: “Breaking the older mold of national government organizations, this NCTC should be a center for joint operational planning and joint intelligence, staffed by personnel from the various agencies.”1
BJA Law Enforcement Training Database The BJA Law Enforcement Training Database is a catalog of all federally funded and supported training available to state and local law enforcement officials. Each database listing includes the training provider, a course description, eligibility criteria, and contact information.
Suicide Prevention Resources for First Responders The National Institute of Mental Health provides information on the role of first responders in preventing suicide, helping suicide attempters, helping suicide survivors and helping yourself and fellow first responders.
SUIDS and SIDS Resources for First Responders Information for first responders on handling sudden unexpected infant death (SUID). The site includes a discussion of the roles of emergency medical technicians (EMTs), firefighters, emergency-room personnel, and coroners/medical examiners who investigate and determine cause of death. The site offers information applicable nationwide and sample documents from selected states.
Public Cyber Exercise Program Report Cyber Storm provided participants with a controlled environment in which to exercise a coordinated cyber incident response, including information sharing mechanisms, procedures for establishing situational awareness, public and private organizational decision making, and public communications during a cyber-related Incident of National Significance.
Hydrogen Safety for First Responders Introduction to Hydrogen Safety for First Responders from the Department of Energy is a Web-based course that provides an awareness level overview of hydrogen for fire, law enforcement, and emergency medical personnel. This multimedia tutorial acquaints first responders with hydrogen, its basic properties, and how it compares to other familiar fuels; hydrogen use in fuel cells for transportation and stationary power; potential hazards; initial protective actions should a responder witness an incident; and supplemental resources including videos, supporting documents, and links relevant to hydrogen safety.
***Disclaimer: The U. S. First Responders Association is an organization formed to provide our members shared knowledge and resources based on best practices and research available from a myriad of confirmed resources. This website serves as a vehicle to share this information. It is not the intent of our Association to operate for the benefit of private interests, to sponsor or endorse ANY specific agency, vendor, manufacturer or product. Nor is it our intent to support or endorse any political candidate or campaign for elected public office. USFRA is not a government agency.