Emergency Response Training for Livestock Transport (May 2018)

Description:

Most first responders lack training in handling large livestock and may not be familiar with aspects of farm animal behavior, livestock trucks, euthanasia methods and the many different people who need to be notified and involved in the response. Improperly handled livestock, especially those which are loose, can be a risk to responders, the public and a company’s public relations.

MSU Extension has designed a comprehensive 2-day training that provides extensive education, advice and guidance on managing the scene of a rollover. Certification of completion will be issued for all program attendees from the program speakers.

Dates:

May 11 - 12, 2018

Location:

Calhoun County Fairgrounds, 720 Fair St., Marshall, MI 49068

Audience:

Emergency first responders, livestock transporters

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