START falls short...
Today during a webinar hosted by EMS.gov when comparing START to SALT triage systems, SALT triage is the only triage system that meets the Model Uniform Core Criteria (MUCC) standard with global sorting and early life-saving interventions.
Cameron Taylor from Region 6 gives interview to Positively Muskegon regarding January 2018 ADLS Course.
It is that time of the year again! Please click on the link, sign into www.register2.ndlsf.org and update your Faculty and Planners Disclosure form. Attach your CV and submit.
90 People Trained in Basic Disaster Life Support last week between Region 2S and Region 6. Michigan - Ready to Respond.
Dr. William Fales Appointed President of the National Disaster Life Support Education Consortium (NDLSEC). Congratulations!
William Fales, M.D. State of Michigan Medical Director was appointed President of the the National Disaster Life Support Education Consortium (NDLSEC) and a voting member of the NDLSF Board of Director’s. NDLSEC is overseeing the complete revision of CDLS, BDLS and ADLS. Congratulations Dr. Fales!
Approximately 100 people from Michigan's 5th district traveled to Anniston, Alabama last week to participate in either an Emergency Management Operations for CBRNE incidents (EMO) course or a Hospital Emergency Response Training for MCI (HERT) course or an Healthcare Leadership for MCI events (HCL) course. Excellent training provided an opportunity for all of us to work together in a realistic exercise. If you are interested go to https:cdp.dhs.gov/find-training/healthcare.