Lofton is a professional trainer and program manager with over 25 years of experience with federal, state, local, international and private organizations.
He has provided training and exercises for the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency and numerous state and local agencies.
Lofton worked on the National Level Exercise 2009, where he designed scenario events, developed injects for exercise play, managed the development of the Master Scenario Events List and supported the writing of the After Action Report.
Lofton currently provides hazardous materials and safety training at the Louisiana State Police Joint Emergency Services Training Center in Zachary.
In addition, he teaches specialty courses involving Homeland Security, improvised explosives, confined space/confined space entry, emergency preparedness, hazardous material awareness, operation and response, hospital incidents, weapons of mass destruction, CPR, first aid and blood borne pathogens training. "First responders such as police officers, firefighters, EMS and your local sheriff's office - those people are out front every day and its incumbent upon them to be well versed in all hazardous training," Lofton said.
Contact Mike Lofton of MLTC at 225-610-4197 for more information or to schedule a training class.