A Crash Course in Ambulance Safety

SS of a Crash Course in Ambulance SafetyAn ambulance crash should be on no one’s bucket list, but they still happen far too often in our profession.  This education explores the facts, the “8 minute response” rule, and what we can do to prevent the unnecessary injury and death.  The CE can be used towards your NREMT Operations: Ambulance Safety core needs.  Although it takes a peek at UMC EMS’ policies on ambulance safety, keep in your own agency’s policies and culture of safety in the back of your mind.  Your ideas can prevent the next injury or death. Click on the “more” link below to find the education link and other important information.

To earn credit for this education:

Step 1: Media

The education is contained in a pdf file that can be downloaded from our DropBox account at: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cs7b72cdryhyior/A%20Crash%20Course%20in%20Ambulance%20Safety%20CE.pdf?dl=0

You don’t need a DropBox account or even a login to access any of our educational materials. Just click on the “Download” button that appears at the upper right corner, and if a pop-up box appears, look towards the bottom option, “No thanks, continue to download”.

Step 2: Take the Quiz at QuestBase

Log into your QuestBase account we’ve built for you at www.questbase.com/a/umcems. If you don’t have a free account yet, please visit our “Sign Up“ page for information on how to obtain one. Once you’ve logged in, look for the CE entitled: “A Crash Course in Ambulance Safety”.

Step 3: Education you’ll earn upon successful completion

Texas state: 0.5 hour for Clinically-Related Operations (all certifications) or…

NREMT for NCCP requirements: All certification levels: 0.5 hour towards Operations: Ambulance Safety.

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