Multi Casualty Incidents: Basic Ops Course

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Event Details

This course introduces students to the principles every EMS and rescue responder should understand for effective MCI response. It is appropriate for all levels of experience.

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to describe or explain:

  • How MCI operations differ from routine or disaster response
  • Terms and roles common to MCI operations
  • MCI scene and response organization
  • Multi-casualty triage: START or SALT, depending on state or local preference
  • Duties and responsibilities of key Medical Group positions and units
  • Prioritization and organization of patient transportation
  • MCI control of major hemorrhage
  • Common errors in MCI operations
RTIC Event Registration – Multi Casualty Incidents: Basic Ops Course


Multi Casualty Incidents: Basic Ops Course

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