Hello WAMAA Members,

A Critical Incident Causality Management Course is being offered to all first responders on November 6th and December 4th at Washtenaw County Community College.

This MCOLES approved multi-media based training program focuses on enhancing the likelihood of both survival and domination in the unfortunate occurrence of violent encounters. Based on the military’s combat proven Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and the civilian translation of TCCC, Tactical Emergency Casualty Care, this is highly valuable training for all first responders and command staff.

Participants will learn methods on how to react if you, your partner or a teammate is injured as well as be instructed to recognize and treat most common causes of potentially preventable death in the tactical environment. There will be an emphasis on self-aid and buddy-aid so officers can manage injuries to themselves and their partners. The program prioritizes life saving medical care with tactical considerations to encourage officers to remain engaged, end the threat, and minimize further injury and loss of life.

Please see the attached flyer for further details and registration info.

Critical Incident Casualty Management Flyer
Author

Ryan from Pittsfield