Carolina Fire Rescue EMS Journal, January 2015
CTOS-Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training has trained more than 158,000 first responders over the past 15 years in the prevention of, and response to, radiological and nuclear weapons of mass destruction (WMD) incidents. . . .
Center for Domestic Preparedness, 2019
This year marks the 20th year since the establishment of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, or NDPC, which has made a substantial impact on the Nation’s preparedness. Since 1998, NDPC training has benefited more than 2,746,418 participants in all 50 states and each U.S. territory. In fiscal year 2017 alone, 173,951 participants were trained.... .
Many of the CTOS team’s instructors and curriculum developers are subject matter experts in the fields of radiological/nuclear WMD response and prevention. Of these CTOS experts, two are members of the U.S. Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration . . .
CTOS - Center for Rad/Nuc Training at the Nevada National Security Site’s Program recently celebrated the training of its 100,000th student. Laurie Flak, a firefighter and paramedic from Jacksonville, Fla., was presented with a certificate, a CTOS coin, shirt and hat upon her arrival at the Hazardous Materials Technician course on August 9, 2010 . . .
CBRNe WORLD, October 2013
There are unofficial polls and trends that you get when speaking to first responders throughout the world: they like this detector/mask/suit, or the training they had from such and such facility was better than others. It was a groundswell of this sort of approval that dragged me down to the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) two years ago . . .
NDPC Summer Newsletter, July 2013
Working with the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, CTOS-Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training conducted a four-day PER-240 WMD Rad/Nuc Responder Operations Course, preparing the area’s responders for the upcoming 2014 Super Bowl in Bergen County, New Jersey . . .