EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS REQUIRED TRAINING
FEMA training is required for the following groups:
* Staff required to take FEMA IS-100 & FEMA IS-200 includes Trades Supervisors, Chief Engineers, and Assistant Chief Engineers.
* Staff required to take all FEMA courses includes Facilities Leadership Team, Infrastructure Team, Facilities Managers, Facilities Project Coordinators, Custodial Leadership Team and AC&SS COE.
FEMA IS-100.C: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100.
FEMA IS-200.C: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response.
FEMA IS-700.B: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System.
FEMA IS-800.D: National Response Framework, An Introduction.
SAFETY REQUIRED TRAINING
Training is required for the following groups (both front line workers & supervisors): Parnassus Trades, Fire Life Team, AC&SS West (and a few East employees), Parnassus engineers, Laurel Heights engineers, Mt. Zion Engineers, MCB engineers and a few Mission Bay engineers that work in outlying areas.
Asbestos Class III Initial - Required one time 16-hour course for new employees or who had a break refreshing certifications.
* This 16-hour course (OSHA Class III) is required, at a minimum, for all service workers (maintenance and custodial staff) whose jobs may require them to disturb small amounts of asbestos during routine or emergency maintenance-related work. If the anticipated work is either not maintenance related (such as renovation, new system tie-ins, etc.) or not able to be contained in a single, standard sized glove bag or waste bag, then AHERA accredited courses will be necessary.
* In this two day course workers will cover regulations regarding this type of limited asbestos-related work, history, and uses of asbestos materials in buildings, potential health effects, personal protection, engineering controls and response actions, and methodologies for abatement and disturbance during routine maintenance activities.
Asbestos Class III Refresher- 4 hour annual refresher. - Annual refresher training for OSHA asbestos operations and maintenance worker activity includes a review of topics originally presented in the initial course. This course features new industry developments, regulatory updates and state-of-the-art work practices.
Classes are scheduled every fall. Any new employees are scheduled one-offs.