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MPTC’s CPR/First Responder Statewide Coordinator Neal Hovey has outlined some of the accomplishments he and the MPTC CPR/First Advisory Committee have made in 2015:

 Secured OEMS credits for some of the MPTC CPR/First Responder programs

The approved classes are:

  • First Responder Initial Certification Program -14 hours – OEMS 1516-RO-10021-T4
  • BLS HCP Renewal (classroom and practical) – 4 hours – OEMS 1516-RO-10014-T4
  • First Responder Initial Certification Program – 14 hours – OEMS 150836
  • First Responder Re-Certification Program – 4 hours  – OEMS 150866
  • EPI-PEN Certification Program – 1.5 hours – OEMS 150867
  • Nasal Narcan Certification Program – 1.5 hours – OEMS 150835
  • Law Enforcement Advanced Casualty Care Class – 14 hours – OEMS 150826

 Instructors were certified in Nasal Narcan, Epi-Pen, Quik Clot and tourniquets.

 73 citations of heroism were presented to officers at the Annual Awards ceremony.

 A comprehensive three (3) day program was developed addressing advanced care for tactical situations.

 Standing order protocols are being established for all medical and traumatic injuries for law enforcement first responders.

 Policies and procedures and templates for course outlines for Nasal Narcan, Epi-Pen, Cardio Cerebral Resuscitation, AED’s, Infection Control Plans and Range Safety Action Plan have been developed.

 Year 1 program was finalized and distributed to all instructors that included a segment on Cardio Cerebral Resuscitation (CCR).

 An interim exam and skill sheets has been produced and is to be used for all courses.

The content of this blog was written by MPTC’s CPR/First Responder Statewide Coordinator Neal Hovey.

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