Command an Accident with MVA Boards

By JEFF PUGH Tactical classes and training tell us that, when arriving at the scene of a structure fire, the first five minutes of your actions, communications, rig positioning, and initial tactical decisions can dictate the next five hours. The same holds true for motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) where extrication is needed. This is obviously compounded when the accident involves multiple vehicles or transit vehicles carrying multiple passengers. These mass-casualty incidents or multiple-patient incidents can be extremely challenging, but you can set up your scene for success by using a new product for the fire and rescue arena-MVA boards. The Transportation Emergency Rescue Committee and ...

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