EDUCATOR / TRAINER RESOURCES
IN-PREPared supports Extension Educators, agricultural education instructors, and trainers of first responders by providing various training and educational resources, or links to those resources. These materials have been developed by Purdue Extension specialists and educators, along with emergency response professionals, and are free for your use.
For more information about any of these resources, please refer to the contact information shown for each of the educational programs.
If you are aware of or have developed educational programs involving rural emergency preparedness, response, and mitigation, and would like to share those resources on INPREPared.org, please contact us for consideration.
"Contingency Planning for Your Family and Farm Operation"
The Code Red Document was developed as a result of a brainstorming session at the 2011 Midwest Women in Ag Conference in Jeffersonville Indiana. Participants identified a need for a farm or small business to have one central location to collect critical business information required for day to day operations. In the event of a crisis in the operation, the business would be able to continue with minimal disruptions in a timely fashion while utilizing the Code Red Document. Click here for more information, or to download the latest version of the Code Red program.
First Responder (Grain Facilities)
The Basic First Responder Training provides a basic or awareness-level training for first responders on safely and effectively responding to entrapments, engulfments, asphyxiation, entanglements, falls, and electrocutions at grain storage and handling facilities. The Instructor’s Guide includes the instructional tools needed to plan and conduct training including an evidence based curriculum and supporting visuals that have been field tested to provide content at primarily the basic or awareness level.
Against the Grain
The goal of the Against the Grain curriculum is to provide basic awareness level safety and health training needed by youth and beginning workers interested in employment in the commercial grain industry or who are already working on family operated farms with grain storage operations. The focus of the training is on “basic” and “orientation.” The hope is that the training will give participants a head start to being a safe and productive worker.