2 learners taking this course
Security Officers work in any environment. The seasons change gradually surprising the unprepared. Extreme cold weather conditions are unforgiving and can be lethal. Security Professionals have to be prepared as a group to stay safe. Management must know when conditions are too dangerous for normal operations.
Providing service to clients, public and the public in cold weather will be a likely task in the future. Homeless, accident victims and emergency survivors have a risk of cold injury in the winter. Security officers must be able to function in emergencies and use of force situations. Cold condition assessment, emergency plans, policies and training must be adjust for winter conditions.
This four hour program focuses on cool injury injury awareness, prevention and treatment at a first responder level.
Time of the Course: 4 Hours
Course Standards; pass all automated quiz questions in each section. Practice roll playing identification and response to cold injuries.
Sections One thru Three must be done in numeric sequence.
Certificate will be emailed to the student one week within course competition.
This course is approved for New Mexico Security Officers- licensed under the Regulation and Licensing Department
Attached below are addition readings.
The Canadian Police report was obtained during training I attended in the 1990’s.
The Montana Cold Weather Pamphlet has excellent information include vehicle situations.
Vulnerability to cold injury has to be understood to prevented. Human factors and environmental factors are reviewed through this section. Managing for safety in cold weather and response tactics are…
Cold injury prevention takes planning and effort. Buddy team, body zone awareness and hand function checks are topics of this video. And much more. Equipment Tips- head…
Section Three- reviews through cold injury description and treatment of nine cold injuries. There are two videos to present the material. Hypothermia Frostbite Chilblains Immersion/Trench Foot Dehydration Constipation Sunburn Snow…
A classic story about death from the cold. Know the temperatures lethal relevance. Don’t go out in lethally cold temperatures. In warmer situations make sure you travel in a…