MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT SCENE MANAGEMENT COURSE

In honor of Karl Leray

Basic Course: Click here to register
Saturday, March 2
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Advanced Course: Click here to register
Sunday, March 3
9:00AM-5:00PM
*Basic is required for Advanced Course Advanced course includes basic compressions

$75.00 Registration Fee includes six CEs for professionals, all course materials, certificate of completion, and 100% embroidered patch.

To print a registration form to send with payment click here

Pre-registration is required. Class limit: 35

Hosted by ABATE of Alaska
Anchorage Municipal Works Training Room
4700 Elmore Road, Anchorage, AK 99507

THIS INTENSE COURSE WILL TEACH YOU

P- Prevent Further Injuries - secure the scene, personal precautions, bike lift, when and how to move the injured
A- Assess the Situation - possible injuries, mechanisms of injury
C- Contact the EMS - how to give good information that gets proper help coming
T- Treat the injured with life sustaining care - ABCSS of trauma – Jaw thrust rescue breathing, when and how to remove a helmet, how to address external and internal bleeding and priority

Accident Scene Management believes that the most likely person to be at the scene of a motorcycle crash is another motorcyclist. Our goals are to reduce injuries and fatalities at the scene of a crash through proper actions and reactions, and to make the motorcyclist more aware of how to protect themselves legally and financially.