EMS Response to Active Shootings "The Rescue Task Force"
Presented by the Louisiana Tactical EMS Society
Wednesday, June 19, 2019; 8:00 AM to 5:30 Pm
Red Roof Inn LSU Convention Center
Baton Rouge, La.
This eight hour course is intended to bring the emergency medical professional up to speed on the latest concepts of medical rescue response to active shooter incidents, and how to integrate their operations with those of law enforcement.
0730 – 0800 – Registration
0800 – 0900 – Welcome and Introductions to Active Shooters and Active Shootings
0900 - 1000 – Response Principles
1000 – 1100 – Necessary Preparations; Medical Aspects
1100 – 1200 – Tactical Specifics
1200 – 1300 - Lunch
1300 – 1400 – Bleeding Control
1400 – 1500 – Extraction
1500 – 1630 – Practical application
1630 – 1700 – Closing comments; Evaluation; Certificate Presentation
Steve Erwin, NRAEMT, EMT-T, President and CEO, Tactical Training and Consulting, LLC
Rob Daughdril, NRP, Calcasieu Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (retired) and Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Department
Steve Menefee, NRP Shreveport Fire Department
This seminar is being held as a preconference activity of the annual conference of the Louisiana Association of Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technicians which will follow it in June 19; 2019 at the same venue. However, participation will not be limited to conference participants. There will be a minimum number of eight students required to hold the class.
Bobbi Merica of Moulage Concepts is providing the victim's moulage.
Those completing the class will receive eight (8) hours of EMT continuing education.
The deadline for the class is 06-14-2019. The class requires a minimum of eight (8) students. If the class does meet the minimum requirements you will be notified. Hotel reservation cancellation will be honored by the hotel on that date and if made through the hotel directly at Red Roof LSU Convenstion Center Baton Rouge, Louisiana 225-236-4000 and asking for group rate “LANREMT".