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The National Weather Service hosts a series of Severe Storm Spotter/Weather Safety training classes. The classes are free and open to everyone.
WHO CAN BE A SPOTTER: To be a spotter, the NWS prefers that you are at least in high school.
REGISTRATION: Registration for the classes is not necessary, unless that is specifically stated in the schedule.
The Interagency Security Committee (ISC) is pleased to present five (5) new independent study courses on the ISC:
Introduces the history of the ISC, its mission, organization, and a basic overview of the ISC Risk Management Process (RMP)
Discusses the ISC standards, policies, and recommendations that support the RMP
Shows the process for determining the Facility Security Level (FSL) for a Federal facility
Covers the process for determining an appropriate Level of Protection (LOP) and how to apply the Design-Basis Threat (DBT) Report; and
5) IS-1174 – Facility Security Committees (FSCs)
Explains Facility Security Committee operations and decision-making process.
These courses supersede the old IS-890, IS-891, IS-892, and IS-893 ISC courses, which are no longer available.
The new courses are offered free of charge through the Federal Emergency Management Agency Emergency Management Institute (FEMA/EMI) and are accessible at three locations: