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Grantee Name: Purdue University

Grant Number: SH-23575-SH2

Grant Year: 2012

The grantee provided training for emergency first responders to effectively respond to entrapments, engulfment, entanglements and falls in the grain handling industry. Training was designed to be beneficial for fire/rescue and emergency medical personnel, law enforcement and members of on-site first response teams. Training topics will include grain storage and handling safety, exposure to energized unloading equipment, respiratory hazards, and falls.

Grain Handling

Title Length Format File Size
Train-the-Trainer Overview
Att 24 Train the Trainer 9 Slides PPTX 969 KB
Att 25 Intro Pre-Testing--Training Overview 14 Slides PPTX 1.84 MB
Att 26 Unit 1 Confined Spaces in Agriculture 30 Slides PPTX 3.02 MB
Att 27 Unit 2 Summary of Emerg. at Grain Storage Handling Facilities 33 Slides PPTX 11.68 MB
Att 28 Unit 3 Preplan, Train, Rescue Equip for Emerg 28 Slides PPTX 4.81 MB
Att 29 Unit 4 Emerg. Response Strategies for Incidents 36 Slides PPTX 3.09 MB
Att 30 Unit 5 Intro to Demo Hands-on Training Activities 9 Slides PPTX 876 KB

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