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    Emergency Medical Planning for Large Venues: How to Reduce Chaos and Injury

    From the same author who wrote Legal Considerations for Tactical Medical Responders, by a buddy of mine, Raffaele Di Giorgio, a new book of possible interest:

    Emergency Medical Planning for Large Venues: How to Reduce Chaos and Injury


    Every gathering of people has potential for disaster. Whether it is a traumatic event like a mass shooting, or a more pedestrian practical problem like icy walkways; proper planning can help protect you from liability as well as ensure the success of your event. Crowd control is a security concern that directly affects your ability to provide emergency medical services.

    Emergency Medical Planning for Large Venues is a practical guide to being prepared. This book, written in a readable, casual style, is geared towards event planners, law enforcement, private security, property owners/managers and medical service providers alike.

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    https://www.amazon.com/Emergency-Med...sap_bc?ie=UTF8
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    Would be nice to see some of the content prior to purchase (yeah, it's only $10). I was peripherally involved for nearly a decade with a FD that does big events about a dozen times annually. Be interesting to see his take on it.

    Edit: found how to read a preview. Seems like a solid, if wordy, start.
    Last edited by Caduceus; 04-26-18 at 21:39.

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