Anderson, Edward
Rescue Task Force Instructor Certification FULL
3 DAYS
Hours: 24    Start Time: 08:00    End Time: 17:00    
SUN 18MON 19TUE 20WED 21THU 22FRI 23SAT 24

This course will prepare first responders (e.g., law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel, public safety partners, etc.) to operate within a warm zone environment and to provide point-of-wounding care to patients.

Equipment List:
There is NO live fire in this course

LAW ENFORCEMENT student required minimal equipment for Warm Zone Operations

  • Department Issued ID
  • Identifiable Uniform
  • Duty belt
  • Police radio
  • Basic bloodborne pathogens PPE: Medical Gloves and Eye Protection
  • ANSI rated Eye Protection

    FIRE DEPARTMENT Student required minimal equipment for Warm Zone Operations

  • Department Issued ID
  • Identifiable Uniform
  • Basic bloodborne pathogen PPE: Medical Gloves
  • ANSI rated Eye Protection

    LAW ENFORCEMENT recommended equipment for Warm Zone Operations

  • Identifiable Uniform
  • Duty belt
  • NIJ rated soft Body Armor
  • Basic bloodborne pathogens PPE: Medical Gloves and Eye Protection

    FIRE DEPARTMENT recommended equipment for Warm Zone Operations

  • Training TECC / TCCC equipment specific to jurisdiction
  • Patient moving devices specific to jurisdiction




  • Edward Anderson - Bio
    Ed Anderson has been a sworn law enforcement officer since 1992. He has served as a multi-discipline trainer, curriculum writer, and subject matter expert for the Seattle Police Department since 2009. He specializes in Rapid Intervention Active Shooter Mitigation Tactics, Complex Coordinated Attack Response and Joint EMS/LE Rescue Task Force operations along with Law Enforcement Casualty Care. He additionally serve as the department's UASI Region 6 Lead Coordinator for joint regional training and exercises.