Texas Animal Shelter Coalition

Bite Stick/ASP, Pepper Spray& Chemical Immobilization & Chemical Capture Training

  • 13 May 2016
  • Grand Prairie, Texas


Attention Animal Control and Welfare Staff, 

The Texas Animal Control Training Institute of Certification & Licensing (TACTICAL) is excited to be offering a Bite Stick/ASP & Chemical Immobilization & Capture training course on May 13, 2016 at Grand Prairie Animal Services.  Ensure that when carrying and using these 3 animal control tools that you're doing it right, legally and safely. 

The course has been approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services.  See attached agenda for course details.  

Attendees will earn 8CE hours toward their state mandated 30 hours of continuing education credit hours every 3-years.  To register please visit www.Pet-Tactical.org and click on the Courses tab and fill out the course registration form to register.  The course agenda with times and locations is attached to this email. If you are interested in attending please register at www.Pet-Tactical.org or email questions to me atKMenefee@msn.com  to reserve a spot in the class.  Hurry space is limited and will not last long.......

 

25 Vacant Seats Remain!

8 CE Hours!!!

 

Bite Stick/ASP Pepper Spray and Chemical Immobilization & Capture Training: 

Bite Stick/ ASP  
* Laws 
o Penal Code 46 Weapons 
o Health & Safety Code- 829 Animal Control Officer Training 

* Pros vs Cons 

* Liability 

* Equipment 

* Policy and Procedures 

* Proper Use  


OC Pepper Spray 
* Laws 

* Differences Between Types of Spray 

* Symptoms of Spray Recipient 

* OC Spray Application 

o How to Hold Canister 
o Distance Considerations 
o How Long to Spray 
o If Subject Keeps Coming 
o Target Placement 
o If OC Doesn’t Work 
o Department/Agency Considerations  

* Proper Care of Spray Recipient 

* Decontamination  


Chemical Immobilization & Capture 
* Laws 
o Health & Safety Code- 483 Dangerous Drugs 

* Pros vs Cons 

* Liability 

* Equipment 

* Policy and Procedures 

* Veterinarian Assistance 

* Proper Use 

 

Thanks, 
Keane Menefee

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