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Emergency ServicesEmergency Services

We cover what to do in case of typical types of emergencies, (most expected emergencies) which could arise in a care community. Besides the important First-Aid policies, procedures, vital sign and assessment training, we cover death, violent residents, advance directives, legal issues, and personal safety and offer many useful links.

This manual gives you a piece of mind. It helps the care staff to know what to do in case of an emergency. It includes procedures for missing residents, falls, injuries, seizures, what to do in case of a heart attack, violent resident procedures, death procedures and basic emergency care and disaster plans, including fire drills.

Facility owners are required to make sure their care staff knows what to do in cases of emergencies. This manual was designed as a training tool, so that the care staff left in charge can properly handle basic emergencies. It is easy to use, and also includes a test, so that the training can be documented, which will result in the residents getting better care and the facility reducing it’s liability risk.

This manual includes:

  • Emergency Fire Aid for common incidents.
  • Wandering and Elopement Procedures
  • Auto Safety Procedures
  • Emergency Transfer Information
  • Head to Toe Evaluations
  • Fire Drills
  • Emergency Disaster Plans
  • Emergency Service Training Test

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  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Proof of compliance to laws and regulations
  • Staff Confidence in Emergencies

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