Business Solutions

Our Solutions for Business includes:

  • Leadership Training
  • Process Development
  • Collaborative Solutions

Government Entities

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Our Solutions for Government Entites includes:

  • Leadership Training
  • Training for Firefighters
  • EMS Training
  • Special Operations Training

Plus comprehensive evaluations, presentations, and individualized programs according to the needs of your Government or Emergency Program.

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EMS Training

We must constantly be aware of our surroundings, every incident, every training, every day. One of the many things that makes our job great is that every time we respond to a call or report for a drill it is a different set of circumstances.

 

This diversity in our calling is a double edged sword. It can also bite us if we are not careful. Ask On the Job EST how we can help develop a program to make sure your providers don’t fall into this trap.

 

Whether you are dealing with an unconventional patient packaging or a multiple injury auto collision, every incident requires you to make certain your members are safe at all times. COMPLACENCY KILLS, don’t let this happen! Let us help you develop a program to ensure it never does.

The following is a list of the Emergency Medical Services training we offer.

 

Title: “Complacency Kills, What does ‘scene safety, BSI’ mean to you?”
Length of program:
One to Four hours
Type of program:
Pre-conference workshopor professional development
Abstract:

Too often we hear the phrase “Scene safe, BSI”. Here’s a phrase we don’t hear enough; “COMPLACENCY KILLS!” To the thinking EMS provider, this means something different on every call. Whether it’s the auto accident on an Interstate, the isolated extremity injury on a sports field, or the ‘unknown medical’, providers must ensure they are in the proper ensemble of PPE and that the scene is truly safe. This session examines the big picture of how to ensure we all go home after every call.

 

Title:“BIPAP, CPAP and More, Better Breathing Acronyms”
Emerging technology in airway management

Length of program:
90 minutes
Type of program:
Professional Development
Abstract:

Airway…Breathing…CPAP?!!! We’ve all had these patients: Too aware to ventilate with a BVM or intubation yet not breathing well enough on their own. Non-Invsive methods of assisting ventilation are increasingly commonly used in pre-hospital treatment of this challenging patient population faced by the pre-hospital provider. This class will present a lively review of the anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and treatment of the respiratory patient. Participants will explore how CPAP and BIPAP can improve patient care and outcomes. Learn the indications and contraindications and see if non-invasive ventilation could change the way you practice medicine.

 

Title:“”Tie ‘Em Up Tight or Say Goodnight!”
Mechanical V. Chemical Restraints

Length of program:
90 Minutes
Type of program:
Professional Development
Abstract:

More and more often EMS providers are encountering violent patients. This interaction necessitates the decision for restraints. But, what type? Physical or chemical? Good judgment and risk versus benefit will be reinforced to enable the rescuer to make the right decision. Case study will be relied upon to further illustrate these points as well as practical demonstrations and group discussion. Demonstration also includes a dramatic conclusion to reinforce the topic.

 

Title: “Elder Care: Older Patients Deserve Better”
Length of program:
60 minutes
Type of program:
Professional development or keynote
Abstract:

Older people are the largest single consumer of health care resources. Many geriatric patients feel that today’s EMS providers really do not understand gerontology. Gerontology is the scientific study of aging and its effects on humans. To care properly for older patients, EMS providers need to educate themselves about the clinical conditions associated with older patients and need the appropriate attitude when caring for an older patient. Participants utilize case studies to gain a better understanding of how to accurately evaluate and care for this special population of patients.

 

Title: “Geriatric Care from Their Perspective”
Length of program:
90 minutes
Type of program:
Professional development
Abstract:

EMS providers often struggle with the challenges involved in communicating with geriatric patients. This course helps EMS providers to recognize and effectively deal with communication challenges in the older person, including vision, hearing and speech. The process of aging as it relates to communication will be discussed as will communication strategies used to provide psychological support to provide support to patients.

 

Title: “Putting an Extra “E” into EMS
Length of program:
90 minutes
Type of program:
Professional development
Abstract:
What does your department consider to be the minimum when it comes to providing “service”? Does your department have a code of ethics or a value statement? Today, all one has to do is open a professional journal or look on the Internet it is relatively simple to find many headlines depicting less than ethical issues involving public safety professionals. This presentation will use case studies to discuss various ethical issues in EMS and will provide participants with the opportunity to role play the leadership roles in the case studies.

 

Title: “EMS Research: Goes Hand in Hand With QI
Length of program:
90 minutes
Type of program:
Professional development
Abstract:
Why do EMS research? How does data collection and quality improvement affect the dollar and cents of doing business in EMS? This presentation will review the basics of minimum data collection points and how you can use your patient care data to improve your agency. Additionally, the common pitfalls of research will be discussed as well as what resources can assist you in your quality improvement efforts. 
 

 

Title: “The Extraordinary vs. the Ordinary EMS Care Provider, it’s Your Choice…”
Length of program:
90 minutes
Type of program:
Professional development
Abstract:

Just about anybody can be taught to take vital signs or listen to breath sounds. Modern technology has brought us amazing tools, do you know what to do with the information these tools provide. This session will help you evaluate your strengths and weaknesses from a patient rapport standpoint. Leadership skills important to our profession will be emphasized. You will be challenged to learn something from every patient encounter, every CE class, and every day!

 

Title: “Triage Via the ICS, From the Single Patient to the MCI”
Length of program:
90 minutes
Type of program:
Professional Development
Abstract:

You are only as good as your team. How do teams form? What are teams? So how does a team get good? Need some ideas you can take back and share with your organization? Dress comfortably and be prepared to take a chance to learn team building skills. Participants will learn many team building skills which they can take back to the organization to not only enhance the overall mission of the organization but their own leadership skills as well.

 

 

Contact us and let us assist you in developing
the leadership, initiative and teamwork of your members.