National Response Plan (8/29/07)

For those of you who have not heard, the National Response Plan has been changed to the National Response Framework by DHS. I have already had some calls about how this will affect those who have already taken the IS-800 course. I spoke with a DHS representative while in Emmitsburg and they said that everyone who has taken the IS-800 test has met the national requirement and will NOT be required to update the test.

Lori R. Hodges
Director of Emergency Management
Park County

Training Officer Note: I am reading up on the National Response Framework and will post additional information on it on the Training page soon – WØDSV

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