Canada - Ontario 2016
Rescue Experience: Ontario
Holmatro and the Oakville Training Campus for Emergency Excellence will be hosting a Rescue Experience on October 12 AND October 13, 2016.
One-day extrication experience schedule:
- Informational seminar
- Wrap up and Q&A
Upon completion, students receive a Certificate of Attendance from Holmatro and a copy of Holmatro's Vehicle Extrication Techniques book.
Learning Goal: Search for and locate patient in low visibility environment. Free patient
by lifting/stabilizing and using hand operated combi tool with awareness to CIS
Car vs. Semi Side Under run
Learning Goal: Capture suspension; lift with hydraulic power shore, move vehicle out from underneath, remove doors and dash lift to remove patient
Overturned Car/Cross - Ramming
Learning Goal: Stabilization, access for cutting, cross ramming and safe patient removal
Progressive Lifting/Crush Injury Syndrome
Learning Goal: Understand CIS and use progressive lifting to free patient
Rob Seal MD FRCPC
- President and Medical Director at Canadian Motorsports Response Team Inc
- Clinical Professor
- Director Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia; Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, University of Alberta and Stollery Children's Hospital
Oakville Training Campus for Emergency Excellence
1144 South Service Road West
Oakville, ON L6L 5T7
The cost to particiapte in the Rescue Experience is $125 CAD. For details on how to register, please call 800 254-2049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Space is limited. Register today!