Air is one of the Core Needs defined as necessary for continuance of human life (as in survival). The underlying principle for the Core category of Needs is commonly known as the Rules-of-Three. This course will introduce Level 1 Air requirements, provide base knowledge to mitigate risks, and review quartermaster kits.
- Before starting this course you must complete the required prerequisite course: Evacuation Express
Members of Affiliated Groups receive a discount.
Level 1 Air
L1A Review Level 1 Disruptive Event
This lesson reviews level 1 event characteristics: horizon, duration, and probability. A new element is introduced for organization.
Areas of Human Body Effected by Level 1 Air Disruption
L1A Effect on Respiration
This lesson covers the effect of Level 1 Air disruptions on the human respiratory system.
L1A Personal Protection Equipment
L1A Protective Respirators Overview
This lesson introduces personal protective equipment that protects the respiratory system in relation to Level 1 Air disruptive events
L1A Protective Eyewear Overview
This lesson introduces personal protective equipment that protects the eyes in relation to Level 1 Air disruptive events.
L1A Protective Clothing
This lesson introduces personal protective equipment that protects the skin in relation to Level 1 Air disruptive events.
L1A Masks versus Respirators
This lesson covers the difference between masks and respirators and explanations of that gear is the preferred solution.
L1A Respirator Features
This lesson covers the various types of respirators and explains the important features and applications.
L1A Protective Eyewear Features
This lesson covers the various types of protective eyewear, the important features, and the proper applications.
L1A Protective Clothing
This lesson presents the risks to the skin and its revenants to Level 1 Air.
L1A Protective Clothing Features
This lesson covers the various types of protective clothing and its application to Level 1 Air.
Level 1 Air Requirements
L1A Training Requirements
This lesson covers the specific training requirements to prevail over Level 1 Air disruptions.
L1A Quartermaster Requirements
This lesson covers the gear required to prevail over Level 1 Air disruptions.
L1A Kit Deployment
This lesson covers the when and why the L1-A kits are deployed and the impact of the deployment environment on shelf-life.
L1A Inventory (Stores)
L1A inventory Quantities
This lesson provides a quartermaster worksheet and describes the recommend inventory levels to satisfy L1-A requirements.
L1A Inventory Location and Shelf-life
This lesson covers where you should store inventory, the shelf-life of this inventory, and the impact of storage conditions on shelf-life.
L1A Inventory Management
L1A Storage Containers
This lesson covers the type of storage containers that are recommended for L1-A inventory storage, a method of labeling the containers, and the inclusion of a packing list.