Date & Time
Date(s) - 02/25/2017
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Medical Emergency Procedures for the Firing Range is a class designed for the Firearm Instructor, Competitor, Range Safety Officer, or anyone planning on practicing live fire.
This is not intended as a “tactical” treatment of wounds class, but more as a prevention of, and response to, accidental shootings and medical emergencies in a range/practice environment.
1- Creation of an emergency plan, job assignment.
2- Range safety review, with input on how we suggest ranges be run vs how most ranges do it.
3- Building a medical kit (what you need, what’s practical, what’s a waste of space and money)
4- Your job as the first responder
5- The 7 life threatening injuries
6- Stopping the bleeding (IBD’s, tourniquets, etc…)
7- Clearing the airway
8- Securing the range
9- Contacting EMS
10- Transporting the injured
11- Common medical issues such as heart attack and allergic reactions
13- Tension Pneumothorax
…and much more.
Each student will build and take home an individual wound treatment kit that fits in a BDU pocket.
9am – 2pm (5-hours)
Location: Crete, IL (Exact address will be emailed to you upon sign up)
Ages 18, and up
What you will need:
– Pocket knife
– Pen/pencil/note taking materials
Please click on the red “Sign Up For This Class” button on the above right of this page and fill out the student sign up form (ignore the rental/gun questions, we just need your name and contact info.)