Accident Scene Management is the largest and most recognized organization in the world that deals with motorcycle trauma.
Learn what to in case a family member. friend or fellow rider should be involved in an accident. What you learn may prevent further injury and provide care until first responders arrive.
The goals of the Bystander Assistance Program are to enhance the survival rate and reduce severity of injuries for the injured riders of all open recreational vehicles. We expect to decrease the chance of rescuer injury due to inappropriate actions at a crash scene. We also expect to educate the motorcyclists how to protect themselves legally and financially should a crash occur.
Don’t miss this opportunity to take a class that may save a life! Accident Scene Management, Inc. is a non-profit organization that teaches motorcyclists (or any motorist) what to do at the scene of an accident until help arrives. This intense, one-day course will teach you: P.A.C.T. – Prevent further injury, Assess the situation, Contact the EMS, and Treat the injured with life sustaining care using the ABCSS of trauma.
We believe that preventing a crash in the first place is the best thing to do, but when all else fails, proper response at the scene of a crash is critical to outcomes. You can find our national class schedule and cost information here.
Accident Scene Management is a CAPCE Accredited Non-profit organization. We have a program Committee with a Medical Director who oversees our curriculum. If you have completed one of our programs and you are an EMR, EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic you can apply for continuing education credits by clicking the button below. There will be a $1.00 charge per CEH. Please be prepared with your License # and NREMT #. If you need help, call 262-706-3278. CEHs are not available for other professions. You can use you certificate that you received in class to request CE recognition from your state licensing agency.
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