Industrial environments are essentially small cities with a multitude of abnormal hazards with increased potential for deadly injuries. From rescue to hazmat mitigation, potential life threatening injuries will need immediate addressing and stabilizing while medical response teams work on patient access or removal. In some cases, the immediate removal of the injured may take priority over injury stabilization or treatment due to environment hazards. In either situation, the actions of on site personnel could mean the difference between an injured worker living or dying. In most cases of trauma related deaths, many are preventable deaths with proper and expediate first aid. To not have employees trained in those simplistic skill sets may leave companies with an increased exposure of unwanted liability.
At Code 3 Medical Services, we have custom training programs to accommodate your specific work environment. Our cadre of instructors are seasoned professional first responders with large entities that have accumulated years of experience dealing with trauma and medical emergencies. Code 3 Medical Services offers single day and multiple day training programs anywhere in the Northern United States. From standard certified training classes that exceed OSHA requirements to custom training programs, we can meet your workplace safety and first aid needs. Code 3 Medical Services is also approved by the Louisiana Bureau of Emergency Medical Services EMS Educational Program which allows us to apply class hours towards state continuing education certifications required by the state of Louisiana.
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Time: 8 Hrs
The Code 3 Medical Industrial Trauma Life Saver course prepares individuals with how to treat potentially life threatening injuries until professional medical help arrives. The course covers the basic tools needed and how to properly use them on co-workers OR themselves in a time is life situation. The reality is that recognition and administering of basic life saving skills related to traumatic injuries could be the difference between life and a preventable death. Covering topics such as massive hemorrhaging, wound dressing, respiratory trauma, and shock. Course includes knowledge base classroom instruction, hands on application of tools (tourniquets, pressure bandages, chest seals, and etc), and live reality based scenario training with the incorporation of live role players and military grade moulage. At the end of the day clients will have a thorough understanding of basic trauma management.
Certification: Accredited ASHI 2 Year & Louisiana State Bureau of EMS Certification (Upon passing written/skills testing)
Time: Approximately 48 Hrs
This innovative and reality based Louisiana State Emergency Medical Responder Certification course is designed to train the lay person in emergency care of the sick and injured until more advanced emergency care providers arrive. This class is geared to industry, law enforcement and fire services that need emergency medical training but not to EMT-Basic level or above. Class is approximately 48 hours long and is NOT simply 5 days of video or PowerPoint. Rather, the week will integrate copious amounts of hand on training time as well as reality based scenarios to integrate what was learned and instill confidence in actual performance if an emergency was to occur. Students are taught how to deal with traumatic injuries, bandaging, splinting, simple spinal immobilization, basic life support, oxygen treatment, and emergency childbirth. On passing the class and payment of fees the students become Louisiana State Certified First Responders.
1. Must be 16 years of age.
2. Meets Bureau of EMS requirements.
3. Certification in Basic Life
Support (BLS) at the Health
Care Provider Level (American
Heart Association or approved
equivalent). (INCLUDED WITH Code 3 Medical Services EMR CERTIFICATION CLASS)
Class EXCEEDS OSHA required medical training minimums.
Time: 10 Hrs
Trauma and medical skills are a perishable skill, plain and simple. In order to stay efficient and update, we offer a 1 to multi day quarterly training classes customized for rescue and response teams that are conducive to specific work related injuries. Two subjects are covered per 8 hr day with updated discussion and information, hands on skills with related tools and gear, followed by reality based scenario training with military grade moulage and high tech medical simulators. The end results are response team members maintaining and performing at a higher level of proficiency when time is of the essence.
Certification: CE Hours to be submitted to your state/national agency (Upon passing written/skills testing)
- Approved by the Louisiana Bureau of Emergency Medical Services EMS Educational Program. Code 3 Medical Services will submit all CE hours for clients who’s certifications fall under the state of Louisiana.
Time: 40 Hrs
PreRequisite: Current/Valid EMR or EMT Certification
If your staff or rescue teams hold a Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification, then mandatory Continuing Education (CE) are typically due on a yearly basis in order to keep a valid certification under many state or national agencies like the National Registry of EMT’s (NREMT). Code 3 Medical Services currently offers a complete CE class that meets the NREMT’s guidelines for required CE’s. This 40 hour class covers the following topics:
* Anatomy & Physiology
* Skills Review
* Skills Testing
The class is comprised of classroom knowledge based review, hands on skills applications, live labs, skills review, and skills testing. In many instances, students leave our Code 3 Medical Services CE class with greater confidence and understanding of how to better perform their perspective roles as medical responders. Class hours and test sheets are given to students/managers for proper submission of paperwork with their state or national agency.
Time: 10 Hrs
PreRequisite: Certified EMT-I, EMT-P, RN
ALS Intervention Concepts focuses on Advanced Airway and IV skill sets for individuals responsible for advanced patient care. Intubation and IV techniques are a perishable skill set that require regular hands on training to maintain proficiency. This class focuses on the latest data and techniques to ensure individuals maintain a high confidence level and proficiency skill set for their patients. The class incorporates the latest advanced airway manikins which allows hands on practice of all advanced airway adjuncts (ET, King LT, Combi Tubes, and I-Gel) as well as crycothyrotomy evolution’s. IV teaching adjuncts are also used for hands on practice of various IV applications. “Live” labs are also integrated into the class that cover “live” IV placement, complete airway demonstrations, hands on practice with airway adjuncts, and complete dissection for further education purposes.