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Fairhope, AL

Active Shooter Response for Fire and EMS: Where to begin?

This program is designed to assist First Responder organizations with the development of an active shooter program.

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Active Shooter Response for Fire and EMS: Where to begin?
Active Shooter Response for Fire and EMS: Where to begin?

Time & Location

Oct 25, 2022, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Fairhope, AL, 19875 Thompson Hall Rd, Fairhope, AL 36532, USA

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About the event

This program is designed to assist First Responder organizations with the

development of an active shooter program. It will focus on three areas: Agency

preparation, training and equipment, and responder actions.

Agency preparation topics will include policy decisions, MOUs, and Unified

Command structure during active events. Training and equipment will be

reviewed to help attendees learn about various PPE, equipment deployment

options, and medical supplies for active shooter events. Responder actions will

be discussed to help medically trained first responders understand how to modify

their existing medical training to fit the dynamic environment of an ongoing

hostile event. Attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on time with

bleeding control skills including tourniquet application and wound packing.

Must be 18 years old and a member of a first responder organization to attend.

Instructor Bio:

Scott Carmichael is a 17-year member of the fire service, beginning his career

with the Machias (ME) Fire Department before moving to Alabama where he has

been a member of Mobile Fire Rescue since 2007. Scott currently holds the rank

of Captain and serves as the Company Officer for an Engine at a technical rescue

station. Scott has also been a paramedic for 20 years, with a B.S. in Emergency

Medical Service. He was a founding member of his Department’s tactical

paramedic program, where he deployed as part of the swat team, helped train

the police department in self-aid and buddy-aid care, and provided medical

support to numerous local, state, and federal agencies including the ATF, DEA,

and the Secret Service. His tactical medical training includes SWAT school, the

National Tactical Officers Association’s Tactical Emergency Medical Support

(TEMS), and numerous classes to help him develop the skills to bridge traditional

EMS care with hostile environments.

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