Smart60 Lesson 1: How To Avoid Sucking In Tarp

During a litter carry/wilderness evacuation (…)
Smart60 is a great way to sneak in some training. Lessons are typically kept around 60 seconds so you can quickly grab some knowledge in less time than it takes to get a cup of coffee.
 
Smart60 topics are prompted by our teaching experiences, random epiphanies and your requests …so topics will vary.
 
Examples:
  • “Why do healthcare professionals need Basic Disaster Life Support training?”
  • “What does the Liaison Officer actually do?”
  • “How the heck do I tie a Double Fisherman?”
SO… What questions do you have? Don’t be shy! Contact Your Crisis Team and ask us to cover it in a Smart60 Lesson.
 
Now… “How to Avoid (the patient) Sucking in Tarp” – during a litter carry/wilderness evacuation.
 

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