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Conference schedule

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Day 1: 24th Feb, 2018

Time Hall A Hall B Hall C
8:00 To 9:00 Breakfast
9:00 to 10:15 Trauma Care Understanding EMS Hazmat
9:00 to 9:20 Fall from height Chain of Survival for Industrial Emergencies MSDS
9:20 to 9:40 Amputations & Crush Injuries Setting up first responder units - in industrial setting HAZOP Studies
9:40 to 10:00 Explosions / Blast Injuries Role of EMS as First Responders in Industrial Disasters Hazmat Incident Management: The Eight Step Process
10:00 to 10:15 Q & A Q & A Q & A
10:15 to 10:45 Tea Break
10:45 to 12:15 Hall A: Inauguration
Key Note Address: Nadine Levick (Ambulance Safety)
12:15 to 12:30 Break
12:30 to 13:00 Hall A
13:00 to 13:30 Plenary II: Global Best Practices
13:30 to 14:00 Lunch Break
Time Hall A Hall B Hall C
14:00 to 15:30 EMS Training Prehospital transport Case Studies
14:15 to 14:35 PPE for First Responders BLS or ALS amulances required for response to Industrial accidents Incident Analysis: Process, Traps, and Avoiding the Extreme & Unforeseen
14:35 to 14:55 EMS Response to Industrial accident Aero-medical transport Bhopal gas tragedy - medical response, role EMS could have played and caveats in responding to an Industrial accident such as Bhopal gas disaster
14:55 to 15:15 Capacity Building for Industrial EMS Ambulance Audit Petroleum spill (Any case)
15:15 to 15:30 Q & A Q & A Q & A
15:30 to 15:45 Break
15:45 to 17:00 Hazmat Equipping OHC Communication
15:45 to 16:05 Hazmat Team Management - It's More Than Suits and Boots Basic Design of OHC Importance of Interagency communications of First Responders to Industrial Accidents
16:05 to 16:25 Hazmat Considerations During Natural Disasters Audit of OHC Communicating better while responding to Industrial Accidents wearing Type A & B PPE suits, between hot zone and other zones
16:25 to 16:45 Hazmat/CBRN Appropriate - The Ins & Outs of WISER, CHEMM & REMM - Role and responsibilities of OHC Staff (From EMS Perspective) Communicating the ground realities and your response to the affected communities and general public
16:45 to 17:00 Q & A Q & A Q & A
Day 2: 25th Feb, 2018
Time Hall A Hall B Hall C
9:00 to 10:15 Medical Emergencies - I Burns EMS for Transporters
9:00 to 9:20 Acute MI Scene to Hospital Thermal Burns TBD
9:20 to 9:40 Approach to an unconscious patient Chemical burns - Pre-hospital management latest guidelines TBD
9:40 to 10:00 Cardiac Arrest Electrical burns - Pre-hospital management latest guidelines TBD
10:00 to 10:15 Q & A Q & A Q & A
10:15 to 10:30 Tea Break
10:30 to 11:15 Hall A
11:15 to 11:45 Tea Break
11:45 to 13:15 Medical Emergencies - II Session for Paramedics Records and Documentation
11:45 to 12:10 COPD / Asthma Exacerbation Emergency assessment & management of Trauma Reporting on HAZMAT incident
12:10 to 12:35 Smoke Inhalation & Asphyxiation Emergency management of Chemical Exposure Guidelines on documentation and record keeping in response in Industrial disaster by NDMA and National Safety Council of India (NSCI).
12:35 to 13:00 Anaphylaxis Documentation - handing over to the hospital Medico-legal documentation
13:00 to 13:15 Q & A Q & A Q & A
13:15 to 14:15 Lunch Break
14:15 to 15:45 Toxicology Disaster Management Mixed bag
14:15 to 14:40 Snake Bite Management Protocol Incident Command & Control System Psychosocial First Aid
14:40 to 15:05 General Approach to industrial toxic emergency management Emergency Triage Systems PTSD
15:05 to 15:30 Pesticide poisoning Integration of EMS in Mock-Drills TBD
15:30 to 15:45 Q & A Q & A Q & A
15:45 to 16:30 Closing and Panel Discussion
  End with Tea

Pre-Conference Workshops

BLS workshop

This workshop will be delivered in accordance with American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. It aims to develop the skills of identifying several life-threatening cardiac emergencies, provide cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, relieve chocking effectively and use automated external defibrillator.

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Toxicology workshop

This workshop aims at providing the knowledge about industrial toxicology and the means of planning preparedness measures for handling toxic disasters in industries.

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Trauma Management workshop for doctors

Trauma management is a core skill in EMS training. This course has been designed to provide participants with the latest information and practical hands on experience to improve their trauma management skills.

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Trauma Management workshop for paramedics

This course has been designed to prepare its participants to become team members handling trauma care procedures. It thereby helps in building a team of medical professionals trained to tackle emergencies requiring trauma care.

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Medical Direction in Industries workshop

Within emergency medical services a Medical Director is a physician who provides guidance, leadership, oversight and quality assurance for the practice of local paramedics and EMTs within a predefined area.

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Basic Disaster Management Life Support (BDLS) workshop

BDLS course is incorporation of an 'all-hazards' approach to mass casualty management and population-based care across a broad range of disasters.

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Ergonomics Workshop

Ergonomic Workshop will be centered at explaining the ergonomic principals, methods of maintaining correct body-postures, while performing different types of works.

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Know Your Organisers

Lifeline Foundation, an Indian non-profit pioneered Emergency Medical Services in India over large geographical areas in 2002 and the idea of a unified helpline number across India’s labyrinthine of highways with the aim of reducing the 100,000+ annual highway deaths in India. The Foundation also co-anchored the EMS Act in Gujarat, the first geo-political area in this region to have an EMS Act.

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Ahmedabad Management Association
1, Dr Vikram Sarabhai Marg,
University Area Ahmedabad,
Gujarat 380015,

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