Emergency Preparedness

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of EMS, Trauma, and Preparedness (BETP), has released three new learning modules to address components of the Michigan Emergency Preparedness Programs.  The "Michigan's MEDDRUN, CHEMPACK, and Strategic National Stockpile (SNS)" and "CHEMPACK" Modules were developed with physicians and first responders in mind and include detailed information about the program components as well as how they can be utilized in the event of a nerve agent incident.

Michigan's MEDDRUN, CHEMPACK, and Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) Programs Training Module
Type: Introductory Level information about these programs.
CEU's: 1 Lecture Operations: Emergency Preparedness (Online Version ONLY) (EMS Personnel)
Cost: Free
Availability: https://mi.train.org/ Course ID: 1031785 or http://tinyurl.com/93pyabe

Note: If you would like any additional MEDDRUN & CHEMPACK brochures, first responder cards, magnets, or posters, please contact Amber Pitts with BETP at: pittsa@michigan.gov or 517-335-9572.

Michigan CHEMPACK Program Training Module
Type: Intermediate Level information about the CHEMPACK program, agency roles, nerve agent exposure treatment options, and additional responder/provider information.
CEU's: 1 Lecture Medical (Online Version ONLY) (EMS Personnel)
Cost: Free
Availability: https://mi.train.org/ Course ID: 1034991 or http://tinyurl.com/8tezuu8

Introduction to the Modular Emergency Medical System (MEMS) Training Module
Type: Introductory Level to review components of MEMS, including the Regional Medical Coordination Center (MCC), Alternate Care Center (ACC), Neighborhood Emergency Help Center (NEXH), and Casualty Transport System (CTS).
CEU's: None Available (EMS Personnel)
Cost: Free
Availability: https://mi.train.org/ Course ID: 1034319 or http://tinyurl.com/9eg2ed5