UNIT I: SAFETY ISSUES.
Objectives. Introduction. Scene Safety. Assessing a Victim. Transporting a Victim from a Secure Facility. Blood and Airborne Pathogens. Disease Transmission. Immunizations.
Federal Health Regulations.
UNIT II: INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM WITHIN A SECURED FACILITY.
Objectives. Introduction. National Incident Management System (NIMS).
Before NIMS. ICS in a Secured Facility. Four Modes of ICS. Five Sections of ICS.
UNIT III: VICTIM ASSESSMENT IN A SECURED FACILITY.
Objectives. Introduction. Steps for Victim Assessment. Deformities, Open Wounds, Tenderness, and Swelling (DOTS). Vital Signs.
UNIT IV: FOREIGN BODY AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION.
Objectives. Introduction. Respiratory Failure. Foreign Body Airway Obstruction: Adult/Child/Infant.
UNIT V: CARDIAC ARREST.
Objectives. Introduction. CPR in a Secured Facility. Cardiac Arrest: CPR for Offender in Cell. One-Rescuer CPR: Child, Ages 1-8 (1-14 if Health Care Provider Certified). One-Rescuer CPR: Infant, Ages Newborn to 1 Year Old. Two-Rescuer CPR. Witnessed Cardiac Arrest with AED on Scene. Un-witnessed Cardiac Arrest with AED on Scene.
UNIT VI: MEDICAL EMERGENCIES.
Objectives. Introduction. Assessment of Medical Emergencies. Allergies: Mild or Systemic Reaction. Asthma. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Congestive Heart Failure. Chemical Irritants. Cold Emergencies. Diabetes. Heat Emergencies. Heart Attack. Hyperventilation. Internal Bleeding. Seizures. Stroke. Shock. Conductive Energy Devices. Medical Emergency: Unresponsive Offender. Scenarios.
UNIT VII: TRAUMA.
Objectives. Introduction. Scene Safety. Activating Incident Command System (ICS).
Body Substance Isolation (BSI). Mechanism of Injury. Trauma Survey. Contacting Health Services. Assault/Fights. External Bleeding. Blunt Trauma. Chest Injuries. Dislocations.
Eye Injuries. Fractures. Sprains and Strains. Head Injuries. Gunshot Wounds. Knife, Shanks, Other Improvised or Edged Weapons. Impaled Objects. Spinal Injuries.
UNIT VIII: BANDAGING AND IMMOBILIZATION.
Objectives. Closed Wounds. Open Wounds. Bandage Materials. Spinal Stabilization.
UNIT IX: DRUG REACTIONS.
Objectives. Introduction. Upper Drugs/Chemicals. Downer Drugs/Chemicals. Sideways Drugs/Chemicals.
UNIT X: BEHAVIORAL/MENTAL ILLNESS EMERGENCIES.
Objectives. Introduction. Scene Safety/BSI. Types of Behavioral Emergencies.
Common Medications. Scenario.
UNIT XI: TRANSPORTATION CONSIDERATIONS.
Objectives. Introduction. Scene Safety. Health Services. Emergency Transportation.