TRAINING ANNOUNCEMENT: Medical Preparedness and Response to Bombing Incidents

 

September 15, 2015

 

MEIDCAL PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE TO BOMBING INCIDENTS
Presented by:
Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)
October 29 and 30, 2015
Central Maine Medical Center Conference Center
12 High Street, Lewiston, Maine
* Conference Rooms A, B, and C *

This FREE two-day course will prepare pre-hospital and hospital personnel to safely respond to and manage bombing incidents. Utilization of case studies as well as a tabletop exercise will reinforce course material.

Participants will use this training to participate in operational and command level discussions related to techniques and considerations for scene assessment, triage, treatment and stabilization.

The course will enable participants to:

  • Identify Terrorist Targets
  • Understand Explosives and Characteristics
  • Identify pre-Attach Indicators Associated with a Bombing Incident
  • Recognize Bombing Incident Related Injury Patterns and Treatment
  • Understand and Apply a variety of Triage Systems
  • Identify Pre and Post Detonation Considerations
  • Identify Tactical and Operations Considerations
  • Recognize and Understand Resource Management options
Target Audience: The primary audience consist of first responders and first receivers. Additional participants may include other professional representatives who might be involved in response to a bombing incident to include law enforcement, public health and emergency medical staff.

To register, fax the attached registration form to 207-795-2959 or e-mail it to gammonkr@cmhc.org

For more information, contact Kris Gammon at 207-795-2962

 

Registration Form

Contact:

Kris Gammon, Central Maine Regional Resource Center
795-2962
gammonkr@cmhc.org