November 22, 2017

EAP SEK Roller

EAP for Roller Ski Training in South East Kelowna

October 2013

ALWAYS CARRY WITH YOU:

  • Cell phone with Flashlight Application (charged)
  • Medical profile for each participant/coach
  • Emergency phone numbers for each participant/coach

FOR ALL EMERGENCIES: 9-1-1 (Land line South Kelowna Harvest Grocery 4125 Spiers Rd 250 861 3121)

(Land line SEK Elementary School 250 861 1122)

TELEMARK RACERS FIRST AID KIT: At the Subaru

Contact Information: South East Kelowna Elementary, 4176 Spiers Rd. Kelowna BC which is on the corner of Spiers Rd. and Wallace Hill Rd. Follow Spiers Rd. South from KLO Rd.

FOR ALL EMERGENCIES: 9-1-1 (land line South Kelowna Harvest Grocery 4125 Spiers Rd)

Cell phone number of coach:        Adam Elliot                            250 859 84six4

Cell phone number of assistant coach:      Ross McKinnon     250 826 10six7

Phone number of SEK Elementary School:                               250 861 1122

 

In-Charge person (1st option):                              Adam Elliot (coach) 250 859 84six4

In-Charge person (2nd option):                     Ross McKinnon (coach) 250 826 10six7

In-Charge person (3rd option):                          Paul Shipley (coach) 778 215 74three3

 

Call person (1st option):                                 Adam Elliot (coach) 250 859 84six4

Call person (2nd option):                                 Ross McKinnon (coach) 250 826 10six7

Call person (3rd option):                                 Barry Allen (Administrator) 250 575 61six3

 

ACTIVATING THE EAP:

NAME A IN-CHARGE PERSON:

  • Clear the risk of further harm to the injured person by securing the area and sheltering the injured person
  • Protect yourself (wear gloves if in contact with body fluids)
  • Assess ABCs (check that airway is clear, breathing is present, a pulse is present, and there is no major bleeding)
  • Ask them what hurts -> DO NOT MOVE THEM IF YOU SUSPECT A HEAD, NECK OR BACK INJURY
  • Wait by the injured person until EMS arrives and the injured person is transported

NAME A CALL PERSON:

  • Call 9-1-1 for emergency help. Provide all necessary information to dispatch (e.g. facility location, nature of injury, if any first aid has been done)
  • Clear any traffic from the entrance/access road before ambulance arrives
  • Wait by the entrance to the facility to direct the ambulance when it arrives
  • Call the emergency contact person listed on the injured person’s medical profile

Locations of other Practise Locations is available HERE