Rescue Task Force End User Course
This course is designed to prepare law enforcement officers and fire fighter personnel with skills and abilities perform rescue task force concepts and techniques in an active threat incident. The course is a collaborative training program that is designed to bring law enforcement and fire service personnel together to provide nationally recognized best practices and strategies regarding the management, deployment and utilization of rescue task force teams during active killer/mass casualty events.
This course will use a layered approach by explaining, demonstrating, practicing, and then testing student’s ability to use rescue task force skills and techniques within active scenarios. Students will be provided with information including: introduction to rescue task force operations, equipment orientation and recommendations, demonstration and practice of rescue task force movements and methods, overview of response to immediate trauma, overview of rapid deployment, actions on shots fired in structure, command and control of rescue task force officers, and communications. Students will then be given opportunities to practice rescue task force techniques within small single team scenarios and large multiple team scenarios.
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Advocate South Suburban Hospital
EMS Department/ Attention Steffi
Registration Deadline is March 10, 2019.
Space is limited to 30 students
|Event Date||03-23-2019 8:00 am|
|Event End Date||03-23-2019 4:00 pm|