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Class Schedule

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Program Goals

  • To prepare EMTs to assist a paramedic partner when assigned to an ALS unit, which is approved for 1: 1 staffing. This staffing pattern may be used ONLY for prearranged inter-facility transportation.
  • To ensure that transport team members approved for the alternate staffing program have a clear understanding of the duties and function of each team member.
  • Training will be performed a no more than a student to instructor ratio of 8: 1

Program Objectives
At the conclusion of this training session, each participant shall be able to:

  1. Identify the purpose of utilizing alternate staffing for inter-facility transports.
  2. Discuss the role and Scope of Practice of the EMT and paramedic team members.
  3. Describe the measures to be taken by team members to resolve issues.
  4. Discuss Reference No. 1200.2, Base Hospital Contact Criteria.
  5. Describe the procedures which should be implemented if there is an unexpected change in the patient (s} condition.
  6. Discuss EMTALA regulations as they pertain to transport team members.
  7. Discuss the Quality lmprov􀀛ment (QI) measures that will be implemented to monitor the alternate staffing program.
  8. Demonstrate proficiency in performing basic EMT skills.
  9. Demonstrate understanding of the role of the EMT by assisting the paramedic with approved ALS skills.
  10. Discuss the modes of communication available on the ALS ambulance and identify the team member responsible for each.
  11. Demonstrate understanding of the role of the EMT and paramedic by participating in structured simulations.

Target Audience: ALS and BLS

Program Length: 4.5 hours (approximately)

Continuing Education Credit: Approved California EMS Confining Education providers may offer continuing education credit for this program.

Evaluation of learning 

  1. Each participant will demonstrate understanding of the concepts of the alternate staffing program by passing a scenario-based post-test with a minimum score of 80%.
  2. Participants will demonstrate proficiency in skill performance. 

Initial and Ongoing Training:

The paramedic and EMT must complete initial training prior to conducting 1: 1 transports. Upon completion of initjal training, staff must complete skills verification every two years, documentation of such must be maintained in each employee's file. 

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We're thrilled to announce the release of our brand-new lifeline-ems uniform patch series! We will be releasing limited edition patches to show our support through out the year. We are happy to start our series with our pride patch! This patch is a colorful and vibrant symbol of love, equality, and inclusion. It features the iconic rainbow flag that represents the LGBTQ+ community, and it's the perfect accessory to show your support.

But that's not all – we're also proud to announce that all of the proceeds from each patch sold will be donated to The Trevor Project. The Trevor Project is a nonprofit organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth.

Our pride patch is made with the same dimensions as the patch on your EMS jacket and can be swapped out due to the Velcro backing. It's perfect for anyone who wants to look fabulous with a pop of color to their wardrobe and show their support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Whether you're attending a pride parade, a rally, or just going about your day, our pride patch is a great way to make a statement and show your support. So, get your hands on one of these limited edition patches today and join us in celebrating love, equality, and inclusion for all while also supporting The Trevor Project!

Welcome to our workplace stretching/yoga class! This class is designed to provide a safe and effective way for you to stretch and move your body in the workplace environment, regardless of your previous experience with yoga or stretching.

In this class, you will learn a variety of yoga postures and stretching techniques that will help you release tension, increase flexibility, and improve your overall wellbeing. We will focus on poses that can be done while sitting in a chair or standing, so that you can easily integrate these movements into your workday.

Throughout the class, we will also focus on breathing techniques to help calm the mind and reduce stress. The class will end with a brief meditation, allowing you to fully relax and integrate the benefits of your practice.

Our instructor is experienced in adapting the class to the needs of participants, and will provide modifications and adjustments as necessary. We welcome students of all levels, so whether you are a beginner or an experienced yogi, you will find something valuable in this class.

By participating in this class, you will experience benefits such as improved posture, increased energy, and reduced stress and tension. You will leave feeling refreshed, renewed, and ready to tackle the rest of your workday.

We look forward to stretching with you!

The 2nd edition of NAEMT's Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) course teaches EMS practitioners and other prehospital providers how to respond to and care for patients in a civilian tactical environment.

The course presents the three phases of tactical care and integrates parallel EMS nomenclature:

  • Hot Zone/Direct Threat Care that is rendered while under attack or in adverse conditions.
  • Warm Zone/Indirect Threat Care that is rendered while the threat has been suppressed but may resurface at any point.
  • Cold Zone/Evacuation Care that is rendered while the casualty is being evacuated from the incident site. 

The 16-hour classroom course includes all new patient simulations and covers the following topics:

  • Hemorrhage control including immediate action drills for tourniquet application throughout the course;
  • Complete coverage of the MARCH assessment;
  • Surgical airway control and needle decompression;
  • Strategies for treating wounded responders in threatening environments;
  • Caring for pediatric patients;
  • Techniques for dragging and carrying victims to safety; and
  • A final, mass-casualty/active shooter event simulation.

NAEMT's TECC course is endorsed by the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma, is consistent with the current guidelines established by the Committee on TECC (Co-TECC), and meets all of the updated National Tactical Emergency Medical Support Competency Domains. This course is accredited by CAPCE for 16 hours of continuing education credit, and recognized by NREMT.

NAEMT is a recognized education partner of the Co-TECC. The Co-TECC establishes guidelines for the provision of prehospital care to injured patients during a tactical incident. The Co-TECC neither creates curriculum for the prehospital provider, nor does it endorse the curriculum of other organizations.