13 students representing seven agencies participated in SpecMed’s inaugural TECC class at Livingston County EMS on March 17-18. Some topics covered included Rescue Task Force operations and ballistic protection, TECC in fire and rescue environments, and applying tactical medical principles to more “conventional” assignments that include an element of threat. The class was presented through interactive lecture, skill stations, and a full day of realistic simulations including unconventional environments, actors, and high fidelity moulage. Successful participants earned 16 hours prehospital CME.
Thanks to Livingston County EMS and LifeNet 7-7 for their participation and support. Contact Jim for information on customizing the class for your agency!