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Livestock Emergency Response Plan Training

Event Date: 
Tuesday, December 10, 2019 - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Southeast Community College, Ag Campus| Beatrice
Lisa Wiegand, Gage County Emergency Management Agency 402-223-1305

Hundreds of head of livestock are transported by commercial vehicle across Nebrsaka for the purposes of breeding, feeding and slaughter. Nearly all of these livestock are transported via truck and semitrailer.

The objectives of the Livestock Emergency Response Plan aim to develop a framework local law enforcement, first responders and emergency management could use to more appropriately address accidents involving livestock transport vehicles. This plan aims to be rigid enough to cover all of the critically needed areas but flexible enough to fit the needs of local jurisdictions.

Each agency is expected to purchase a manual for $75.
Manuals will be available at the training.

This class will be limited to 40 participants.


Register up at:   go.unl.edu/lerpsignup

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