Scene Size Up and Scene Safety
Scene Size Up - ‘Windshield Survey”
Gloves - maybe eye protection
If no gloves then wash hands with warm soapy water afterwards
Power lines, Fire ...
Clues for scene violence
If you get hurt then you are no good
Make the scene safe
Little clues tell a big story
Diabetic Call when guy tackled me
Assault call with knife towards me
Mechanism of injury
MVA, Fall, Car Wreck
Number of patients
Gross and Individual
Red, Yellow, Green, and Black Tags
Red have a problem with ABC
Yellow can’t walk but injured
Green are walking wounded
Black are dead
30 - 2 - Can Do Triage Method
Light (maybe head lamp, flashlight, chem light)
Maybe a level IIIa or IV vest :-)
After Action Video
VSO takes a NPA haha
Tony Simon in Missouri
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