Register Now to Attend Advanced HAZMAT Life Support Training, Sept. 22-24
Whether from acts of terrorism, industrial accidents, or chemical spills on the country's interstate or railroad systems, the threat of life-threatening hazmat exposures is at an all time high. Hospital and prehospital medical professionals need to be able to rapidly recognize the symptoms of toxic exposure and immediately provide appropriate treatment.
Advanced HAZMAT Life Support (AHLS) is the most comprehensive training program to provide the critical skills needed to treat victims exposed to toxic substances. Join the more 8,000 physicians, nurses, paramedics, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals and become an AHLS verified provider to be ready to face the medical challenges of hazmat incidents, such as chemical spills or toxic terrorism. Continuing Education credits are available to AHLS participants through ACCME, ACPE, ACEP and CECBEMS.
Course sponsored by the Northern Kentucky RegionalWMD/HazMat Response Unit, in collaboration with the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology (AACT), and the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center (AEMRC), a Center of Excellence at The University of Arizona College of Medicine.
September 22, 23 - Provider Course
September 24 - Instructor Course
For more info visit: www.ahls.org/ahls/ecs/main/courseSchedule.do?courseid=2158