Cal OES/ CSTI manage a very successful Hazmat outreach training program which includes 1,201 courses last year and 22,057 persons trained. Most of our Hazmat courses have received Department of Homeland Security approval for the use of Homeland Security Grant Funds.
CSTI Outreach Instructors have successfully completed training in the Institute’s Instructor Certification Course. Outreach Instructors deliver hundreds of courses per year to thousands of first responders in municipal and governmental organizations, private industry, and the military. From First Responder Awareness to Hazardous Materials Specialist, students acquire the skills needed to save lives and protect both the environment and property.
This site provides resources for those who have been state certified as Hazardous Materials Outreach Instructors: Hazardous Materials Outreach Forms, Curriculum and Support MaterialSubscribe to our Hazardous Materials Outreach mailing listIf you have any questions you can contact: HMoutreach@caloes.ca.gov
How To Become a Certified Hazardous Materials Outreach Instructor
Government Code Section 8574.19 - 8574.23
California Code of Regulations
Refresher Training Requirements
To obtain graphics of DOT placards and GHS pictograms for use in presentations and materials follow these links: DOT placardsGHS pictograms
Diurnal Differences in Isolation and Protective Action Distances in the DOT ERG. Find out why the recommended distances are longer at night. If you have any questions or suggestions contact Vance Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org (805)-594-2111
Contact the HM Outreach Coordinator at (805) 549-3404
Bleve Demo Video
Train derailment with Crude or Ethanol
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Phoenix Fire Department McDonald's incident
Police Ammonia Training Video
Type C Radioactive Container Testing
Vehicle Fire with Exploding CG Cylinder
Good Afternoon,Thank you for your commitment to the CSTI Emergency Management Outreach Department. As many of you know the teaching requirement to remain a certified instructor has been changed to four hours annually. Due to the current situation with COVID-19 we have decided to extend that deadline to close of business on December 31, 2021. This extension provides an additional twelve months to fulfill your 2020 teaching requirement.
As a reminder, you do not have to teach your own course to receive your four hour teaching credit. You are welcome to be an instructor during another instructor’s course. If you choose to go this route you will need to submit an EM Form 180 along with the schedule for the course that shows the blocks you had taught.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the new Emergency Management Outreach Policies and Procedures please email EMOutreach.Coordinator@caloes.ca.gov.
Justin Freiler, CEM® NEMAA Chief, Emergency Management Training Programs California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI)
This site provides resources for those who have been state certified as an Emergency Management Outreach Instructor in one or all of the following courses/exercises:
Certified Emergency Management Outreach Instructor Requirements Emergency Management Outreach Forms, Curriculum and Support MaterialSubscribe to our Emergency Management Outreach Mailing ListIf you have any questions or contents, or need FTP access to our materials you can contact: EMoutreach.email@example.com