Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

By

Vicki Sanfelipo
Stephen Bush
    Stephen has been involved in Emergency Medical Services since 1990 and is a Nationally Registered Paramedic, as well as a certified Paramedic, in New Jersey and Florida. Stephen possesses many EMS certifications including Prehospital Trauma Life Support, Emergency Neurological Life Support, Advanced Burn Life Support, Trauma Emergency Casualty Care, ACLS, PALS and CPR....
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What are the rules regarding Course Assistants? Can they Teach? What is an Assistant Instructor and what is the difference? There are two documents in your instructor files that deal with these terms. The document called Duties and Responsibilities of a Course Assistant is located in the Misc File Folder. Essentially it says that you...
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Our ASM curriculum has been carefully thought out. Our curriculum has been peer-reviewed and accredited by Healthcare professionals including oversight by an ER physician, Through our years of experience, we have found that students often mention the immense amount of information that they are given during our class but feel that having that information arranged...
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YOUR COURSES If you have been assigned to an online class or you have purchased an online class, it will appear at the bottom of the page when you sign on. For instance, if you are an instructor, sign on the instructor’s secure area and scroll to the bottom of the page (it is a...
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Riley is our new membership program manager. She is learning a lot about all of you and is happily stuffing envelopes and communicating with some of you. I asked her to introduce herself: I have been immersed by motorcycles my whole life since Tony Sanfelipo (Founder of ABATE of Wisc. & HOF 2002) is my...
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Ever see a motorcycle rider in front of you form a hand sign and not know what it means? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Motorcyclists have an entire language of hand signs they form while on the road. These hand signs help communicate information effectively and quickly to other riders and individuals who are riding...
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Penni is known to her friends as “Gypsy”. She has been a Trauma, ICU, and ER nurse since the 1990s and has over 30 years of riding experience. Gyspy is active in advancing both her medical and rider skills through continued advanced rider training and education courses in basic life support and stop the bleed...
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  We received a note from a student who had completed our online training and found that we are honored to make his acquaintance! It appears he created a similar program to ASM training one year prior to our class being developed and found the programs to be quite similar. Who knew that medics around...
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