Delegate Count

Total Intake: 400
Confirmed: 340

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Conference schedule

Our Schedule

Day 1: 24th Feb, 2018

Time Hall A Hall B Hall C
8:00 To 8:30 Registration & Breakfast
8:45 to 10:25 Trauma Care Understanding EMS - I HAZMAT
8:45 to 9:05 Fall from Height Chain of Survival for Industrial Emergencies MSDS
9:05 to 9:25 Amputations & Crush Injuries Role of EMS as First Responders in Industrial Disasters HAZOP Studies
9:25 to 9:45 Explosions / Blast Injuries Setting up First Responder Units- in Industrial Setting Public Health Issue - Hazmat Considerations During Natural Disasters
9:45 to 10:05 Two Wheeler Injury Managemnet in Pre-hospital Care Scenario EMS Response to Industrial accident - Experience of South East Asia Hazmat Incident Management: The Eight Step Process.
10:05 to 10:25 Q & A Q & A Q & A
10:25 to 10:50 Tea Break
10:55 to 12:55 Hall AINAUGURATION
& Key Note Address
12:55 to 13:55 Lunch Break
13:55 to 15:45 EMS Training
Prehospital transport Case Studies
13:55 to 14:15 Training of Ambulance Paramedics in EMS BLS or ALS ambulances required for response to Industrial accidents  Handling a Tanker spillage of inflammable material
14:15 to 14:35 EM Training in Industrial Health Curriuculum Decontamination protocol before & during transport Radiation Burns - case studies
14:35 to 14:55 How CPR & Resuscitation work Ambulance Audit Industrial fire response (any case)
14:55 to 15:15 Q &A Q &A Q &A
15:15 to 15:40 Tea Break
15:45 to 16:10 Hall A
Plenary I: OH & EMS - Synergies & Overlaps - Shift in the Paradigm - Jerry Overtone; Chair - Dr Subroto Das
16:20 to 17:40 Communication & Transport Equipping OHC HAZMAT
16:20 to 16:40 Importance of Interagency communications of First Responders to Industrial Accidents Basic Design of OHC Hazmat Team Management - It's More Than Suits and Boots
16:40 to 17:00 CPR in a moving ambulance Audit of OHC Decontamination before EMS or by EMS
17:00 to 17:20 Designing an Ambulance for Industry Role and responsibilities of OHC Staff (From EMS Perspective) Medical Preparedness and Response lessons from recent Chemical Disasters in the country
17:20 to 17:40 Q &A Q &A Q &A
  Tea / Coffee
Day 2: 25th Feb, 2018
8:00 to 9:00 Breakfast
9:05 to 9:30 Hall A
Plenary II: Global Best Practices EMS & OH
9:30 to 11:10 Disaster Management Medical Emergencies -I Toxicology
9:35 to 09:55 Incident Command  & Control System Acute MI Scene to Hospital Snake Bite Management Protocol
9:55 to 10:15 Emergency Assessment & Management of Trauma in MCI Pre-hospital Management of Heat Injuries General Approach to industrial toxic emergency management
10:15 to 10:35 Integration of EMS in Mock-Drills Cardiac Arrest Dermatological emergencies arising out of chemical exposures
10.35 to 10.55 Emergency Triage Systems in Industrial Perspective COPD / Asthma Exacerbation Acute pesticide poisoning
10.55 to 11.10 Q & A Q & A Q & A
11.10 to 11.35 Tea Break
11.35 to 12.00 Hall A
Plenary III: Best Practices in India (Industrial EMS)

12.05 to 12.30 Hall A
Plenary IV: CIDM - Dr Tamorish Kole; Chair - Dr Dario Gonzales
12.35 to 13.30 Lunch Break
13.35 to 14.00 Hall A
Plenary V: From EMS to Rehab
14.05 to 15.25 Medical Emergencies - II Understanding EMS - II Records and Documentation
14.05 to 14.25 Approach to an Unconscious Patient Documentation - Handing Over to the Hospital Reporting on HAZMAT incident
14.25 to 14.45 Smoke Inhalation & Asphyxiation Co-ordination with receiving hospital in MCI Guidelines on documentation and record keeping in response in Industrial disaster
14.45 to 15.05 Anaphylaxis Emergency Management of Chemical Exposure Medico-legal documentation for Factory Medical Officer
15.05 to 15.25 Q & A Q & A Q & A
15:25 to 15:50 Break
15:50 to 17:30 Burns Mix Bag I Mixed Bag II
15:50 to 16:10 Industrial Thermal Burns Confusions With a Confused Patient Fluid Management in Pre-hospital care
16.10 to 16.30 Chemical burns – Pre-hospital management latest guidelines  Blunt Abdominal Injury in Pre-hospital scenario  Psychosocial First Aid Post Industrial Accident
16.30 to 16.50 Electrical burns – Pre-hospital management latest guidelines  PPE for First Responders PTSD
16.50 to 17.10 Management of Radiation Burns in pre-hospital scenario Incident Analysis: Process, Traps, and Avoiding the Extreme & Unforeseen Industrial Accident and Civic Body Response
17.10 to 17.30 Q &A Q & A Q & A
17.30 to 17.45 Tea Break
17.45 to 18.15 Certificate Collection


Airway 21/40 Trauma (for Paramedics) 21/40
Industrial Burns 72/100 Medical Direction 16/40
Basic Life Support® 25/50 Industrial Disaster Life Support 64/100
Industrial Toxicology 28/50    
Trauma (for Doctors) 22/40    

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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