North Dakota Emergency Medical Services Association

EMS Safety Course 2020 August 13 & August 20

  • 13 Aug 2020
  • 6:30 PM
  • 20 Aug 2020
  • 9:30 PM
  • Online

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EMS Safety Course

  EMS Safety Course                                                                     

This is a 2-day, evening course being offered online through Webex. There will be a live instructor. Please see additional information about Webex below.  

Dates: 8/13/2020 & 8/20/2020

Time: 1830-2130

Location: Online, Webex 


Please log in 15 minutes prior to your course start time.

  • This will give you time to download any required programs and make sure you audio/video is working (audio required)

You will be asked to participate and/or check-in with the instructor periodically during the course.

  • Failure to check-in may result in loss of course credit 


Cost: $10.00 NDEMSA Members, $20.00 Nonmembers


 The course increases the practitioners' awareness and understanding of EMS safety standards and practices and develops their ability to effectively implement them. EMS Safety is the first national and most comprehensive education program of its kind that teaches techniques on how to best achieve safety on the job. 

The Curriculum Covers:

  • ·       Crew Resource Management
  • ·       Emergency Vehicle Safety
  • ·       Responsibilities in Scene Operations
  • ·       Patient Handling
  • ·       Patient, Practitioner and Bystander Safety
  • ·       Personal Health

This course offers an overview of current issues surrounding safety in EMS, presents and discusses case studies, builds risk assessment and decision-making skills and provides an opportunity for participants to relate their own experiences with EMS safety issues.

Who Should Attend

  • All EMS practitioners
  • Medical Professionals providing prehospital patient care
  • EMS supervisors and administrators concerned with safety

All NAEMT continuing education courses are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for PreHospital Continuing Education (CAPCE).

They also are recognized for recertification requirements by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). 

Completion of the EMS Safety course provides 8 hours of CAPCE credit.

Instuctor: Sanford EMS Health Education



North Dakota EMS Association

1622 East Interstate Avenue, Bismarck, ND 58503

1-701-221-0567


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