Casualty Care – Stop the Bleed
Course Prefix: SB001
Duration: 4 hours
Casualty Care – Stop the Bleed
Casualty Care is a course to provide Hunters, Sportsman, and Shooters in general with the knowledge, skills, abilities and attitude to treat injuries received from severe penetrating and blunt force trauma. From a negligent discharge at the range to cutting yourself dressing your deer in the backcountry the ability to provide rapid trauma care to yourself or buddy may mean the difference between life and death. We will look at the current Tactical Combat Casualty Care Guidelines and show you how the same skills can be applied in the civilian setting. You will see real world examples that will demonstrate the need to have the knowledge and proper tools to deal with severe trauma.
Objective 1: Identify the three leading cause of preventable combat death
Objective 2: Describe and Demonstrate a MARCH Patient Assessment
Objective 3: Demonstrate proper application of a tourniquet on yourself and others
Objective 4: Demonstrate proper wound packing technique
Objective 5: Describe the proper application of a chest seal
- TCCC History
- Preventable Traumatic Death Injuries
- MARCH Assessment
- Chest Seals
- Hemostatic Agents
- Pressure Dressing
- Hands On Skills
Instructor Bio: Chris Mailliard
Chris has over 15 years’ experience in Public Safety. He was a Firefighter/Paramedic for 13 years and an EMT for 3 prior to that. During that time, he spent 4 years as a Tactical Paramedic with a city SWAT Team.
In addition, he was a GS13 Emergency Planning Analyst for both the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services.
Chris has been certified as a Technical Rescue Technician, Hazardous Materials Technician and Specialist, Fire Officer I, Fire Instructor I, and an All-Hazard Type III Division/Group Supervisor. He has completed the FEMA/EMI Professional Development Series in addition to many other FEMA/EMI courses.
Chris was trained in Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) as a trainer in 2009. In the last 6 years he has trained hundreds of Public Safety first responders and civilian first responders. He has presented on Mass Violence and Casualty Care both nationally and internationally. He is an NRA Instructor, published author, and technical committee member for Emergency Film Group (Active Shooter and Facility Emergency Management).
Chris is currently in the Emergency Management field supporting healthcare and other facilities.
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