Industrial Emergency Response: Do You Need an In-House Response Team

In this webinar, we will discuss how to determine if, and when, you need an in-house emergency response team, factors to consider when implementing a new ERT team, how to set up an emergency response team,  skillsets needed for choosing your ERT members, and what training they will need based on response types.

Attendees will learn:

  1. How to evaluate if you need an emergency response team
  2. The pros and cons of having an in-house ERT team
  3. Training requirements to be an ERT member

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: September 7, 2023
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT

Chris Koester

Chris Koester, Safety Instructor & Consultant/Owner, Priority One Safe-T, LLCChris Koester is a safety consultant and owner of Priority One Safe-T, LLC, an emergency response safety  training and rescue services firm for industrial and manufacturing companies. Chris has over 25 years of experience as a rescuer and is an internationally recognized expert in confined space entry and rescue.  In addition to providing standby services and emergency response planning & consulting to his industrial clients, Chris and his team of active and retired firefighters conduct Confined Space Entry and Rescue, Hazmat, Rope Rescue and Medical Response instructor-led classroom courses and hands-on technical training at the six-story Rescue Training Center located in Pryor, OK for employers from across the world. 

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2:00PM ET / 1:00PM CT / 11:00AM PT
Industrial Emergency Response: Do You Need an In-House Response Team

3:00PM ET / 2:00PM CT / 12:00 PT
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