Exotic Viruses in the News
Are you curious about the exotic viruses (Ebola, Chikungunya, Dengue ) you are hearing about in the news? Get the facts about these viruses and their impact on public health in this Iowa Department of Public Health sponsored presentation. View the slides or listen to the recorded session by following the links below.
Scott County EMS providers are the professionals that train, prepare and stand ready to provide aid and care during our most urgent times of need.
Scott County EMS is the coordination of ambulance service providers, fire departments, health care, and government to better prepare the hundreds of volunteer and paid EMS service providers in the county.
This website is designed to assist Scott County EMS service providers in accessing information to meetings, training, protocols and more.
Scott County SCEMSA and SCFCA Needs Assessment
Please update yearly.
- Who needs to take it? Political and government leaders, administrators, managers, supervisors, disaster workers, emergency response workers.
- When should you take it? The NIMS integration Center encourages that the course be completed by October 1, 2005.
- How long will it take? The online course is interactive and is done at your own pace. It can take anywhere from 1 to 3 hours.
- The IS-700 course is offered free-of-charge through the Emergency Management Institute at http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/crslist.asp