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Special Doc Wong Workshop: Crash Scene-Life and Death Workshop
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Friday, July 10, 2015
Full Motion Chiropractic
1021 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont, CA (map)
Special Doc Wong Workshop: Crash Scene-Life and Death Workshop, Fri Night July 10, 2015 6:30PM
I lost a dear friend three years ago in a motorcycle accident and the information in this workshop may have saved his life. Life can get pretty wild sometimes and just calling and waiting for emergency services to arrive may not be enough to save a life. Come find out what you need to know, pro-actively, to help at the scene of a motorcycle crash and assist Emergency Medical Services. Jill Jaehne will attend to share her experienced insights too.
What: Special Doc Wong Workshop: Crash Scene Life and Death Workshop
When: Friday Night July 10, 2015 6:30PM-8:00PM
Where: Doc Wong’s Chiropractic Office
1021 Alameda De Las Pulgas
Belmont, CA 94002
To sign up for this workshop, email me at email@example.com.
Special guest speaker, Paul Willett, a 20 year experienced Fire Fighter, Search and Rescue, Paramedic and motorcyclist has been at the scene of many accidents and has some vital information to share with you.
He’ll share with you how to manage or help at the scene of an accident that may make the difference between life and death! Much of this is not mentioned in standard First Aid/CPR classes. This is VITAL because when help does arrive, they can be vastly assisted by your interactions!!
Paul will cover the vital topics of:
–Who’s coming when you call 911? What agencies and what are their roles. What you need to know. Who responds in what area?
—How to manage or help at the scene of an accident. What do you do before help arrives, how do you make the roadway safe and prevent secondary accidents? When should you call 911? What do you say? Who should call the shots before they come?
—First Aid considerations: Should you move the rider? Remove his helmet? CPR, trauma, tourniquets and more.
—Communications: What to say to 911, police officers and Medics. How to describe the crash and why this is important to medical staff.
—Gear: what protection works best? Medical history ID. What should be in a motorcyclist’s First Aid pack.
—Importance of speed of transport and what to do if something is wrong.
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