ASM 100 Series
Sat, May 17th, 2014, at Dutchess Community College
Learn what to do in the first 5-30 minutes after a crash until professional help arrives. Helmet removal, jaw thrust, and moving the injured are all addressed & practiced. CES issued.
ASC Crash Course for the Motorcyclist
Basic Class Curriculum
Sat, May 17th, 2014, 9am-5pm, at Dutchess Community College
Instructor: Vicki Sanfelipo. Assistant Instructor: Christine Firehock. Open to the General Public.
Learn what to do in the first 5-30 minutes after a crash until professional help arrives. Helmet removal, jaw thrust, and moving the injured are all addressed & practiced. CEs issued.
Identify how to Prevent Further Injury
- Secure the Scene
- Make yourself Visible
- Take Personal Precautions
- Handle the Motorcycle as necessary
- How and When to Move the Injured if necessary
Assess the Situation and Gather information for the EMS
- Identify 4 kinds of motorcycle crashes and common related injuries
- Review of Basic Anatomy
- Identify Mechanisms of Injury as they relate
Effectively Contact the EMS
- Identify how to manage the 911 phone call and give pertinent information
- Identify ways to gather important personal information
- Identify how students can be of assistance to the EMS when they arrive on scene.
Treat the Injured in a Logical Manner using the ABCSS of Trauma
- Jaw Thrust Rescue Breathing and Full Face Helmet Removal
- Controlling External Bleeding
- Assessing and Treating Shock
- Spinal Immobilization
Identify Other life Threatening injuries that can be treated at the scene
- Assess and Treat injuries to the Head, Neck, Chest, and Abdomen (Box of Life)
- Assess and Treat Muscle, Soft Tissue and Bone injuries
Identify Common Environmental First Aid Problem requiring immediate care
- Insect and Animal Bites – Anaphylactic Shock
- Hyperthermia (Hypothermia was cover in trauma under shock)
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