TRS completed our first TECC/NFPA 3000 course in Hot Springs, AR in early May. We are proud to have provided this course and thoroughly enjoyed the class and location.
This course meets and exceeds the requirements of NFPA 3000 and the National Association of EMTs (NAEMT) for training on Rescue Task Force/ Active Aggressor Incidents. Students were put through all stages and skills of TECC along with IED recognition and the use of vehicles as weapons. This course prepares Fire and Rescue Agencies for working in tactical scenarios alongside Police to provide care closer to the point of injury and provide care to injured individuals caught in an active aggressor incident.
Over the three days, subjects included:
- Direct Threat Care
- Indirect Threat Care
- Tactical Evacuation Care
- Pediatric Care in a Tactical Environment
- Law Enforcement and Fire Integration
- IED Recognition and Response
- Use of Advanced Trauma Skills in a Tactical Care Environment.
All students were immersed in a simulated environment which allowed them to use critical decision making skills along with medical interventions for the tactical setting.
If you, or your agency, is interested in this training contact us at TRS at:
Admin@tacrescue.com or call us at 501-835-3012