EMS Street Survival II
Target audience for this course is emergency medical personnel such as E.M.T.'s, paramedics, or first responders, and fire fighters who have direct responsibility for providing emergency medical care and have successfully completed EMS Street Survival I.
This program is designed to provide the responder with HANDS ON practice and Scenario based recognition & reaction skills that can significantly lessen the potential of violent encounters before they occur.
- Review of:
- Response to potentially violent incidents/ SOP’s & EMS Crew operations
- Scene Safety/ Size-up/ Assessments techniques & response to
- Contact with & assessment of potentially violent/ aggressive patient
- Scene survival skills & defensive tactics
- Practical Rotations
- Def Tactics Basics (Lecture & Practical Skills) & Practical Rotations
- The participant will:
- List 4 commonly encountered EMS hazards.
- Demonstrate the appropriate technique for safely approaching a vehicle.
- Demonstrate the appropriate techniques for approaching and entering a residence.
- Demonstrate a survival oriented patient exam procedure and the proper procedure to follow in the event a weapon is discovered.
- Discuss common hazards associated with a clandestine lab.
- Demonstrate proper execution of select pain compliance and self defense techniques.
- Discuss the differences between cover and concealment and list at least 2 examples of each.
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