San Luis Valley Region Credentialing/Accountability (Salamander) Training
March 22, 2018, 8:30 a.m. - March 22, 2018, 4 p.m.
PLEASE BE SURE TO REGISTER VIA "EVENTBRITE" LINK BELOW FOR THIS CLASS TO RESERVE A SEAT.
The first half of the training day will cover the Comprehensive Resource Management and Credentialing System (CRMCS), which is a resource management tool developed and funded by the Colorado Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (DHSEM). This statewide solution gives all city and county agencies the ability to credential personnel/equipment and produce the standardized ID card credential. This then allows for seamless interoperability across all city and county lines. The resource information is housed in the web-based "Salamander LIVE" system.
The second half of the day will focus on the Salamander "TRACK APP" (for smartphones and tablets) to conduct resource accountability. The Salamander "rapidTAG" incident specific badging system and Salamander "COMMAND" solution will also be covered. Using "Salamander LIVE", this course will also cover the ability to gain greater situational awareness and generate incident specific reports (including NEW personnel and equipment COST REPORTS.
TARGET AUDIENCE: State, County and local Emergency Management, Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement, Public Works, Public Health, City/County Administration or any personnel who will be part of an emergency or disaster response. And any individuals who want to learn more about the uses and benefits of this ID and Credentialing System along with volunteer management aspects.
Alamosa County Services Building
- 8900 Independence Way
- Alamosa, CO
- Brenden Ourth
- Accountability Sales Manager