Using the instructor’s personal experiences from Hurricane Andrew and 9/11 along with lessons from MCI management around the world to make core skills of MCI management both concrete and tangible, students will learn “first due” command and control for large and small-scale mass casualty incidents and apply these principles through role-play and scenarios. This dynamic program covers fundamental aspects of Command, Triage, Treatment and Transportation.
-Interactive Role Play
-Question and Answer
Learning Objectives: Students will learn:
-The importance of the role of each first responder at any multi casualty incident.
-The differences and similarities between large and small impact MCIs.
-The roles and responsibilities of the four key MCI management positions.
-The importance of maintaining the functions of Incident Command and MCI management in the face of chaos and freelancing.
As seen at EMS World Expo 2011