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In this training, you will learn how to:
- Identify types of oil and chemical spills and be familiar with their characteristics;
- Explain how spills are a public safety threat and ensure visitors and staff are protected;
- Recognize when spills require state or federal notification;
- Distinguish between required notification and when notifications may bring additional assistance;
- Identify where to locate your emergency response plan and how to use it in your park; and
- Articulate “Cost Recovery” and which NPS personnel should be contacted, so that cost recovery is not negatively affected.
This training agenda will provide participants with the KSAs to: 1. Understand the mandates of the Wilderness Act of and NPS policy regarding preservation of wilderness character. 2. Understand and apply the nationally standardized definitions of the qualities of wilderness character as derived from the Wilderness Act. 3. Complete the wilderness character “building blocks” including wilderness character narratives, baseline assessments, and ongoing monitoring. 4. Integrate wilderness character preservation into park planning, management and operations, including application of the Minimum Requirement Analysis (MRA) process. 5. Support the interagency Wilderness 2020 Vision.