May 2, 2019
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This course is only for member of Ind. District 6 Coalition About this course An emergency in a healthcare organization can suddenly and significantly threaten
About this course
An emergency in a healthcare organization can suddenly and significantly threaten its ability to provide care for the community when it is needed the most. In times like these, it’s vital that the core emergency management principles are in place—planning, response, mitigation, and recovery. CHEP is a practical, professional certification for healthcare emergency directors, managers, coordinators, associates, consultants, and others who work or coordinate real-world issues with the health sector. The program relies on information, standards, and best practices from reliable sources including organizations such NFPA, ASTM, DHS, EPA, OSHA, FEMA, and accrediting organizations such as The Joint Commission.
Funded by the District 6 Hospital Preparedness Planning Committee
2 (Thursday) 9:00 am - 3 (Friday) 11:30 am
Ball State University Alumni Center
2800 West Bethel Ave