NDEMSA IS Looking for Observers for
Youth Occupant Protection Survey
NDEMSA is collaborating with NDSU Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute for a Youth Occupant Protection Survey.
The Youth Occupant Survey is observing seat belt protection in youth ages 0-14. This is done in the months of April and May.
Int his observation you will be observing;
* The age range,
* If the child is in the front or back seat,
* Type of child protection (car seat, booster, etc.),
* If the driver is wearing a seat belt,
* Vehicle type
of this survey will be based on the likelihood of youth turnout. Sites
are observed for 30 minutes and a minimum of30 observations. If 30
observations are not reached at that time, the observer will continue
for an additional 30 minutes or until 30 observations are reached.
NDEMSA will discuss the hourly compensation package and 60-90 minute training requirement for those chosen to be observers.
12 Counties have been selected (see the counties below). One person from each county will do 6 observation sites.
Observers are needed for the following counties:
is currently seeking observers in or near those counties listed. At
this time preference will be given to EMS providers and ND EMS
Association members. If you are interested in becoming an observer
please enter your name, email and county for more information.
2016 ND EMS Rendezvous Update
2016 NDEMS Rendezvous Conference and Tradeshow is going to be another
year packed with excellent education, world-class presenters, a variety
of exhibitors and opportunities to network with your fellow EMS
miss out on the preconference workshops, the general sessions, the
exhibit hall, and the education from new and returning presenters.
The program book is now onlineBe sure to register to by April 7th to save $10.00!
Download the 2016 Rendezvous Brochure here
Silent Auction Items needed
annual EMS Rendezvous is just a few months away and we need silent
auction items! This year the money raised will help pay EMS Managers
Courses and other training opportunities that will benefit EMS personnel
across our state.
are looking for ambulance services or individuals willing to donate
items for the auction. We are hoping that services will put together a
“Theme Basket” that is filled with items donated from their community.
If you are interested in donating you can contact:
701-208-1186 or 701-694-6204