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AWR-351 REP Post-Plume Awareness Course (RPPA)

Event Date: 
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sheridan Training Facility Rm# 209 1110 M St. Auburn, NE 68305
Renee Critser Director, Nemaha Co EMA 601 J St. Auburn, NE 68305 402-274-2552 (o) nemahaema@windstream.net

Course Information:
The FEMA/NPD/THD/Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) Program has developed an instructor-led course that will help Federal, State, tribal and local emergency managers and planners more effectively meet the challenges presented to the emergency responder community during a radiological incident at a NRC-licensed commercial nuclear power plant (NPP).

The main purpose for the 1.0-day awareness-level AWR-351 REP Post-Plume Awareness Course (RPPA) is to provide a precise training track which focuses on the unique considerations of the 50-mile Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ), Offsite Response Organizations (OROs) responsible for addressing the implementation of precautionary measures and protective actions relating to “people” and ingestion” interventions during the Post-Plume (Intermediate) phase of a radiological incident from a NRC-licensed commercial nuclear power plant (NPP).

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