Children will explore and learn about different aspects of fall and related concepts. Unit includes songs, fingerplays, science, math, art, bulletin board ideas, dramatic play enhancements, book list, home/family connections, literacy, cooking,
Explores the scope of practice, ethical responsibilities, advance directives, consent,
refusals, abandonment, negligence, duty to act, confidentiality, and special situations
such as organ donors and crime scenes. Medical/legal and ethical issues
Provides the student with a basic knowledge of pharmacology, providing a foundation for the administration of medications given by the EMT/EMR and those used to assist a patient with self-administration. Includes training modules on Pharmacology,
This First Responders Awareness level PowerPoint presentation is to train individuals who are likely to witness or discover a release of hazardous materials and are trained to initiate an emergency response sequence. OSHA 1910.120 or NFPA 472,
This is a guide I designed to help you create a Google E-Portfolio. This guide takes you step by step through the process of creating a Google Site. It is great for people just starting to integrate technology with education, or for anyone that
Students are headed to college, but do they understand what college level writing is and how it is different from middle/high school writing?
This 20 page presentation is just what is needed to reinforce what teachers have been explaining to
Reviews the criteria for administering Naloxone (Narcan). Includes signs & symptoms of Opioid overdose, pathophysiology, scene safety, treatment, adverse reactions of treatment, and pediatric doses.
Recommended classroom time is 1 1/2 hours and
Familiarizes the EMT-B/EMR candidate with the introductory aspects of emergency medical care. Topics covered include the Emergency Medical Services system, roles and responsibilities of the EMT-B/EMR quality improvement, and medical direction. Also
Enhance the EMT's ability to evaluate a scene for potential hazards, determine by the number of patients if additional help is necessary, and evaluate mechanism of injury or nature of illness. Meets US DOT NHTSA EMT/EMR training requirements.
Covers the medical aspects of treating a contaminated patient. Sections include Responder Care, Patient Care, Care for Specific Agents, and Transport Considerations.
Meets OSHA, NFPA, & EPA training requirements.
This presentation discusses the Health & Safety Requirements at a Hazmat incident. Modules include Hazardous Materials & their affects on the body, Definitions, Toxicity by hazard class or division, Toxic effects to specific organs, &
This presentation covers the various methods of mitigating Hazmat spills from beginning to end. Shows the equipment commonly used to preform the procedures. Discuses advantages and disadvantages involved with each mitigation method. Reviews scene
This presentation discusses the patient and equipment decontamination of responder and bystanders at a Hazmat incident. Includes definitions, required equipment, setting up a Decontamination operation, Types of decontamination including, dry, wet,
This presentation discusses the personal protective equipment needed at a Hazmat incident. Covers the various types of equipment used in Hazmat response. Discusses its selection, proper fit, storage, and testing, physical & psychological
Assists the EMT in understanding the components of the written report, special considerations regarding patient refusal, the legal implications of the report, and special reporting situations. Reports are an important aspect of prehospital care.
Teaches the student to recognize the signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction, and to assist the patient with a prescribed epinephrine auto-injector. This lesson has been used to teach Physical Therapy Assistant, X-Ray Tech, and Dental Hygienist
Teaches the student to recognize the signs and symptoms of poisoning and overdose. Information on the administration of activated charcoal is also included in this section. Includes section on WMD nerve agent exposures. Over 140 Slides in length.
Covers recognizing the signs and symptoms of heat and cold exposure, as well as the
emergency medical care of these conditions. Information on aquatic emergencies and bites and stings will also be included in this lesson. Presentation is over 190
This presentation starts up where the BLS CPR ends on the use of an AED. Covers more on how the AED works and the problems the the author has seen in the field. Includes questions and answers commonly asked by students. This presentation can also
OSHA and MFR /EMT / Paramedic Blood Borne Pathogens Communicable Diseases Training Program. Author has previously worked for a medium size hospital working over 50 BBP Exposures a year and running vaccination, TB testing and Mask Fit testing
This Hazmat Technician Level presentation discusses the different types of detection devices used on the scene by the responder. Reviews why monitoring is needed, types of detection devices, basic operations, calibration and accuracy, advantages and
This presentation covers the US Federal Regulations that may affect Hazmat response. Agencies regulations covered include EPA, OSHA, CPSC, & DOT. Modules include Introduction on how regulations are structured, Definitions, How to use the Hazmat
This presentation discusses the Incident Command Structure a Hazmat incident. Includes methods of mitigation of spill including advantages and disadvantages of each type of mitigation, scene safety, common hazards, damage assessment, duties of the
This is an 11x17 poster/flyer of the seven principles of effective teaching. It is great for posting in the teachers lounge or in a classroom where future teachers are being taught. It is also an effective poster for on-line teaching education. It
This lesson describes the human development from infancy to Late adulthood. Meets the USDOT NHTSA 2009 requirements for EMT/EMR Training. Estimated Teaching time 2 hours. Presentation is over 65 slides in length.
Discusses the communicable disease that the EMT-B might encounter. Includes how to identify the disease, signs and symptoms, vaccinations, and how else the EMT-B might protect themselves. Meets or exceeds NHTSA 2009 training guidelines.
Reviews of the signs and symptoms of diabetes, the emergency medical care of a patient with signs and symptoms, and a history of diabetes, and the administration of oral glucose. Also reviews the medications the EMT/EMR may assist the paramedic in
Describes how to communicate with a patient. Also describes how to deal with difficult, foreign born and minority patients. Meets NHTSA 2009 training requirements. Presentation is over 25 slides in length.
This unit describes the knowledge and skills required to continue the assessment and treatment of the patient. Presentation meets current US DOT NHTSA training standards. Presentation is over 95 Slides in length.
This First Responder Operations level PowerPoint training presentation covers those individuals who respond to releases or potential releases, as part of the initial response to protect people, property, and the environment. Operations-level first
OSHA minimum requirement= 24 hours at operations level + incident commander training
Incident commanders who assume control of the incident scene beyond the first responder awareness level should receive at least 24 hours of training equal to the
This presentation can be used for an introduction to the any of the technical rescue awareness series presentations. This presentation sets up the basic rules and regulations for the class, discusses the common areas the Rescue Awareness series
This presentation discusses the characteristics of water-related emergencies and the health and safety risks to First Responders. Addressed is the common hazards associated with water rescue emergencies, as well as, the First Responder’s initial
This presentation discusses
• How to recognize and identify a confined space
• Recognizing different types of confined spaces
• The roles and responsibilities for supervisors and workers that work around and within confined spaces
• Identifying and
Rescue personnel operating at this level will be able to perform size up and control hazards at a trench emergency. The student will be able to recognize the general hazards associated with trench and excavation emergencies and procedures necessary
This presentation describes the basics of Ground Search & Rescue. Covers the responsibilities of the Awareness Level Responder, different types of search patterns, & basic search procedures.
Meets NFPA 1670 (2014) requirements and
Describes and demonstrates the information needed to take the medical history of a patient. Includes discussion on SAMPLE and OPQRST History taking. Meets or exceeds NHTSA 2009 training guidelines. Presentation is over 60 slides in length.
Competencies for Hazardous Materials Branch Safety Officer defines the hazardous materials branch safety officer as that person who works within an incident command system (also called an incident management system) to ensure that recognized safe