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Mandatory Department Training

The Bureau of EMS and Trauma System, in cooperation with the National Association of State EMS Officers and the National Traffic Safety Administration, is proud to present this one-hour online course “Statewide Acute Traumatic Pain Assessment & Management: Evidence Based Best Practices Guideline.” The course is designed to provide instruction in the administration of field pain management.

This course contains three components:

  • Pre-Test
  • Training Lecture Video
  • Post-Test 

In order to receive credit for this training you will need to successfully pass the post-test with a score of 75% or greater.

The Training Lecture includes an audio component, please have the volume on your speakers turned up so you can hear it.

Bound Tree University is dedicated to the education and interests of First Responders, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and Paramedics. The website is an interactive research and training tool that examines current issues within the emergency medical services industry. It features a Product Lab, EMS News, Events and a Classroom with accredited continuing education. You can access Bound Tree University HERE

FEMA Independent Study Program (ISP)

The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) offers self-paced courses designed for people who have emergency management responsibilities and the general public. All are offered free-of-charge to those who qualify for enrollment. .

FEMA’s Independent Study Program offers courses that support the nine mission areas identified by the National Preparedness Goal.

  • Incident Management
  • Operational Planning
  • Disaster Logistics
  • Emergency Communications
  • Service to Disaster Victims
  • Continuity Programs
  • Public Disaster Communications
  • Integrated Preparedness
  • Hazard Mitigation

You can find more information on FEMA Independent Study Program HERE.

IAFF Fire Ground Survival Awareness This program is suitable for all ranks and experience levels. The Fire Ground Survival course is a comprehensive curriculum developed using near misses, close calls and fire fighter fatalities to address the critical elements of fire ground survival.

Information from the IAFF, IAFC, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), NIOSH, Underwriters Laboratories (UL), United States Fire Administration (USFA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the military was used to develop the five-part curriculum consisting of:

1. Mayday Prevention.

2. Being Ready for the Mayday.

3. Self-Survival Procedures.

4. Self-Survival Skills.

5. Fire Fighter Expectations of Command During a Mayday.

Successful completion of this course requires the study of actual near misses and fatalities to reinforce the learning of each of the five parts. Students will listen to presentations, view videos of simulated Mayday incidents and read documentation supporting how best to prevent a Mayday, as well as how best to prepare for, and handle an actual Mayday. Students will learn the specific actions a fire fighter must perform to assure the highest degree of survivability when things on the fire ground go wrong.

Students will also learn the specific actions the incident commander, dispatchers and others on the fire ground must take to assist in the fire fighter’s rescue. Mastery of the concepts will be evaluated using a post-test for each section.

Register for this course HERE