Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians
(262) 706-3278
Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians
(262) 706-3278

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Megan Bruzen
Crashed Motorcycle
The following account was submitted by one of our students who completed Accident Scene Management Training Spring 2017. Just a few months later her training was put to the test. “Let me start out by saying, Always bring your first Aid Kit!” I almost didn’t bring it with me, thinking that our Road Captains would...
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Jonathan is a Graduate Student at Fordham University where he will be receiving his Masters in Social Work in May 2018. After graduation he plans on pursuing a career in Healthcare as well as training to be a Psychotherapist. Currently Jonathan is a NREMT volunteering with the Long Hill First Aid Squad, where he is...
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Kevin has been a trucker/ rider for over 40 years. Ten years into his career as a trucker his employer sent him to an advanced driving school for truck drivers. The program was called “Decision Driving and Skid Abatement”. A short time later he went back to school to become a certified fleet instructor. Kevin...
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Deby has been an active participant in anything with wheels most of her life. Her mechanical aptitude was nurtured from an early age as she worked on and restored many different cars, so her interest in motorcycles came naturally. She rode dirt bikes as a child and rode & raced mountain bikes for 20+ years...
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  Bill is a Total Control Beginning/Intermediate Instructor and an Isle of Man TT Marshal. Bill has over 50 years of motorcycle experience. After spending 35 years in corporate finance, he now devotes his time to his passions, motorcycles, and travel. Bill has ridden in 22 countries in Europe, South, Central, and North America. he...
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Jaw thrust video
Many specifics of motorcycle trauma like jaw thrust rescue breathing, helmet removal, traffic control and moving the injured are not taught in First Aid and CPR. We teach classes all over the world on these things so that when you get to the scene of a motorcycle accident, you are prepared. Helmet removal, jaw thrust,...
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Riding Belts
Riding Belts (Otherwise known as “Buddy Belts”) are growing in popularity It might be due to the fact that younger children can not hang on tight to their parent’s waist or it might be to position the rider so that they are aerodynamically positioned to assist the driver of the motorcycle as they negotiate curves....
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People drinking water to prevent heat stroke
Extreme Summer Temperatures are Dangerous for Motorcyclists   Riders of motorcycles know all too well how hot it gets riding in the summer months. When it’s 85 outside, it feels like 105 on the bike with the engine idling, the sun beating down and the pavement below heating up. In addition, motorcycle riders have more clothing...
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