All Lead ASM instructors must be EMT or higher in medical training and be a motorcyclist.
Assistant instructors must be motorcyclists but do not require medical training.
A Lead instructor must be present at each class. Assistant instructors can teach but not alone
Any exceptions to these rules are made on an individual basis by the ASM office
Instructors complete 30 hours of training which prepares them to teach all 5 classes offered by ASM licensed instructors. Instructor training courses are held a few times a year by one of our instructor trainers in the USA or an instructor training session can be scheduled by groups or organizations with 10 or more instructor candidates.
Accident Scene Management Australia – Click here for their website
Phil Lemin -Lead Instructor, Instructor Trainer and Executive Director of Accident Scene Management Australia.
|Phil lives in Central Victoria Australia. He is the Principal Trainer & Owner of Street Cred Training. Phil has been a motorcyclist for a long time and Emergency Paramedic for 29yrs. He is a Motorcycle Trainer and license tester. He currently work in a number of training roles. While visiting the USA in 2010, he was so impressed by the practical common sense approach of the ASM programmes after attending a seminar at Americade in NY that he traveled back to the US to learn more and establish Australia’s first Motorcycle related bystander programme. He is pleased to be introducing the courses to Australia and has established Accident Scene Management Australia (ASMA) to implement plans to expand the programme over Australia.
Phil will be happy to assist clubs and individuals obtaining this essential training.
Accident Scene Management – Canada
Coming soon – instructors training near Toronto
Lezanne Dekoning, ASM Lead Instructor Lezanne is a serious Adrenalin Junky and loves anything that challenges her and her ability, she is a trained Scuba Diving Instructor and in her spare time she is a pilot and flies aerobatics and thus knows the thrill adrenalin can give. In 2013 she started riding Harleys from never been on a bike before but she needed to feel the exhilaration only bikers can explain. Due to her background as an Ambulance Emergency Assistant Paramedic, she is fully aware of the risks biking can have and have treated many bikers on scenes of accidents. She is very passionate about training and assisting people and has been training First Aid since 1995. She started her own First Aid and Emergency Training Company in 2002 and trains lots of different First Aid courses and have a huge range of students from Laypeople to Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics. Lezanne trains First Aid classes Level 1,2 and 3, she is also a Resuscitation Council of South Africa Instructor and American Heart Association Instructor training CPR courses.
She is part of the Johannesburg HOG Chapter and has two Harleys that she rides regularly, one Harley Trike and then her Prize winning Dragon bike Scorcher (a fully customized Harley Street Bob). She recently started riding her husband’s Heritage Soft-tail and has now taken it over from him as her own bike- leaving her husband with only 1 Street Glide… “The heritage is an awesome bike to ride, it’s fun and comfortable and I love the rumbling vibration. We ride nearly every weekend and sometimes even take the bike through some serious traffic to work in a very busy Johannesburg.”
Being in South Africa and having all the beautiful roads to travel on- some areas are very remote and sadly getting an ambulance to a scene of an accident even in big cities may be a huge challenge. “Through the years of working on the road as Ambulance Emergency Assistant, I have seen many people die or seriously injured due to lack of available emergency assistance and patient care, not having enough First Aiders and not having the right equipment and training- it is my dream to train as many people in the Bystander Assistance Program as possible to Save Lives and allow patients to ‘live to ride another day’.”
Lezanne is currently working for an International Medical Company full time as a Marketing Manager and is involved in training of distributors and healthcare professionals. Lezanne has many years of management experience since 1998 and has been employed in many different divisions from Sales to Marketing and Training.
Lezanne is available for training in all areas of South Africa. Contact her by filling out the online form.
Charlie has been an avid motorcycle enthusiast since he was age 14. “It just gets in your blood and you love to ride through the great outdoors!” Charlie and his wife (Kim) are currently living in Johannesburg, South Africa on assignment with his wife’s company, Cola-Cola. Previously, we lived in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. We are both American citizens from Laramie, Wyoming seeing the world.
Currently, we ride our 2013 Harley CVO Ultra Classic with the Johannesburg H.O.G. Chapter and our goal is to cover all 9 South African provinces this year. Our adventures take us to some very remote and beautiful places. Having first aid skills and being well trained in outdoor emergency care is essential. “Distances are quite vast, and you could wait quite a long time for an ambulance. Plus, you never know what level of ambulatory care might show up. Ambulances in South Africa are privately owned and severely underfunded. They range from simply a means of transportation with a gurney to some with full EMT equipment including oxygen, backboards, medications, etc. Services just aren’t consistent or like what you’d see like in other parts of the world.” In South Africa and other 2nd/3rd world countries you must be ready for anything.
Part of the year, Charlie is also a Professional Ski Patroller from Laramie, Wyoming. First Aid for ski injuries is very similar to first aid for the motorcyclist. You need to be ready to use your own first aid kit and be very self-sufficient. The injured person is outdoors, usually far from an urban center, and likely has a serious muscular skeletal injury requiring bandaging, splitting or in some cases, much more severe traumatic injuries. As a Ski Patroller, our training relies on The National Ski Patrol’s “Outdoor Emergency Care” body of knowledge and contains most of the DOT EMT skills but replaces some urban environment training with self-reliance and individual skills essential for outdoor emergencies.
Prior setting out over 3 years ago internationally, Charlie ran his own company and taught Project Management in the USA as well as had multiple positions with Microsoft, IBM, KPMG, and Teradyne. He has 35+ years of management consulting and project management experience to share as well.
Charlie is available for classes world-wide. He may be reached at +27 76 691 7346 (Johannesburg cell) or in the USA at 770-446-0876 (worldwide voicemail). Contact him online here. Shinny side up fellow riders!!
Accident Scene Management Asia
Kevin is Singapore Based, and comes to ASM as an experienced Army medic trained by the New Zealand Army and has a long history of riding motorcycles all around the world.
Currently living in Singapore, Kevin is very active within Singapore HOG, and has held officer positions in Dubai and Thailand.
Kevin is based in Thailand and serving Asia.
To contact Kevin for classes in Thailand or Asia fill out the form online.
Accident Scene Management Philippines
Mabuhay! I am better known as “LEBOY” by my friends around as well as from the riding community. Presently connected with LIDE PASAR Hospital, Isabel, Leyte, Philippines as company dentist owned and managed by Philippine Associated Smelting & Refining Corporation. I have taken BLS-CPR Training for Health Care Providers, Standard First Aid, First Aid Instructors Course, and Water Safety & Survival conducted
by Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC) but has not been active for many years now. Has taken also taken Basics of Emergency Cardiac Care & Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (2007), Basic Training Course in Occupational Dental Health, Risk-Based Safety Management, and Defensive Driving Course.
I started to enjoy riding motorcycles since my teenage years and got into serious motorcycle riding in the year 1996 touring around with my better half until I got my membership with PINOY WILD HOGS IN 2009, a local motorcycle club based in Ormoc City, Philippines. Few years later the club disbanded and joined STAR Touring & Riding International to compose the membership of STAR Chapter 2303 Ormoc City, Philippines. Presently, I am affiliated with and a FULL COLOR MEMBER now of the Latin American Motorcycle Association Philippine a.k.a. LAMA PHILIPPINES as the National President or Country Representative.
Looking forward then to ASM Instructor training for me to be able to impart this safety related information contact online or send sms/call mobile nr.: +63 9098593220 / +63 9169578610
Joe is originally from Chicago, IL but says “I’ve been lucky enough to be living in Hawaii for the last 17 years and part time in the Philippines for the last 10 years”. Joe has been riding since the age of 12 starting with a 65 cc Benelli mini-bike with proceeds from selling lemonade and cookies in front of a busy construction site. He then graduated to a 76’ Harley Sportster and began blazing the streets of Chicago. Currently Joe is riding a 2013 Tri-Glide in Hawaii and a custom springer trike in Dumaguete, Philippines where he enjoys riding through the mountains.
Joe’s interest in emergency medicine started when he became an EMT in 1978 in Chicago. He went on to become a Paramedic Officer for the Chicago Fire Department and Scuba Diving Instructor prior to becoming a Physician’s Assistant in a freestanding rural Emergency Department. Joe received the Paramedic of the Year award in 1982 when he and his partner safely recued 36 people from a burning building at a time that was before Chicago Fire Department had a formal disaster response plan in place. In 1994, he graduated from Cook County Hospital Physician Assistant Program as Class President with Honors.
In 2001 Joe was the medic for John Bennett when he became the first person to complete an open water scuba dive to a world record depth of 1,024 ft. / 308 meters as documented by National Geographic and Guinness Book of World Records. Currently Joe is working 12 & 24 hour shifts in the Emergency Department at Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center on Oahu, Hawaii. He says “ I spend all of my free time scuba diving and riding my Harley in paradise”. Joe also has friends and family in Dumaguete, Philippines where he looks forward to teaching local bikers ASM classes.
To contact Joe for classes in Hawaii or the Philippines fill out the form online.