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Course Description

NM-AWR 103 - Large Animal Emergency Rescue

Emergencies involving large animals are exceptionally dangerous to both humans and animals involved.

First responders are often unfamiliar with handling large animals and require specialized training in animal behavior, best handling practices and rescue equipment.

Participants will get real world experience handling large animals. They will master the practical application of large animal rescue equipment such as slings, rescue harnesses, glides, and learn how to build simple enclosure facilities.

Prerequisites & Other Information:

No tuition is charged.

Course Specifics

Hours: 5.00
Provider: Southwest Border Food Protection Emergency Preparedness Center
Sponsor: State Sponsor
Disciplines: Public Health
Volunteer Organization
Emergency Management
Emergency Medical Service
Health Care
Private Industry

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