Response Systems offers multiple training and exercise options for preparing for Ebola and hospital response

  • In-Service Hazmat Operational Drills
    day to full day skill training on receiving patient, setting up isolation, perimeter protection, don & doffing of PPE, interactional transfer to patient care, demobilization of HERT
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  • CUSTOM Ebola Hazwoper Course
    8 hour course consisting of classroom (awareness, policy, procedures, command and control) and field medical decontamination operations (HERT assemblage, zone establishment, don/doff PPE, Receiving EMS transport, ER/ICU transfer, HERT standown)
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  • Management of the Ebola Patient
    5 hour course covering CDC guidance for Administrative and Environmental Controls. Ebola related infection control management plan and procedures. Job Action Sheets for Onsite Manager and Trained Observer healthcare facility positions
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  • Ebola Response Exercises
    4 hour discussion based workshops and day operational based exercises bringing all stakeholders together to thoroughly vet plans and rehearse response actions. All design led by RSI with full collaboration of client exercise director/team. Full Executive Summary and After Action Report deliverables managed by RSI. Fully HSEEP compliant
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CMO Message on Ebola Preparedness "Staying the Course on Ebola"

Welcome to R-S-I! I am the Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President, and provide strategic leadership, vision, insight, and medical direction for our organization. At RSI we share the best practice approaches with a focus on local, practical, sustainable preparedness and response actions. In just one year the Healthcare Risk Analysis and Threat Matrix have changed several times. Healthcare entities have also been challenged with emerging threats from a variety of angles including: preparing for emerging infectious diseases like MERS Co-V, Ebola, and Influenza to Chemical-Biological-Radiological-Nuclear-Explosive (CBRNE) threats all arising as a result of terrorism or environmental accidents or natural disasters .The medical community has come a long way, and organizations like R-S-I can condense the knowledge gained to fast track readiness and recovery from tomorrow's disasters.

R-S-I understands that education is the foundation of higher knowledge but experience is our best teacher. That's why we have reached out to real world subject matter experts in the fight against Ebola and through those relationships, cultivated an educational program that's informative, practical, and includes real world tactics and strategies for managing patients with highly infectious diseases like Ebola. Our staff have taken advantage of these hands on educational opportunity tapping into expertise and experience from all corners of infectious disease management from Emory University, National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control, United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, and more. When your staff's safety and your patients care are at stake, no videos or manuals are good enough. You need hands on training and real subject matter expertise. The new R-S-I course EVD and Infectious Disease Operations for Healthcare, brings an ideal mixture of didactic and practical learning to ensure healthcare staff are exposed to not only the knowledge of what to do, but how to do it with SME oversight from staff who have been there. Contact R-S-I for more information and don't let your staff's practical knowledge stop at a video.

Daniel B. Fagbuyi, MD, FAAP
Chief Medical Officer

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