TECC Training

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TECC Training

Students will have the opportunity to put their hands on various brands and types of TECC equipment available on the market.

The Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) guidelines are a set of medical guidelines for use during high threat operations where there is ongoing risk to both the patient and the provider. It is designed to provide medical guidance for those who may find themselves taking care of the injured during hostile, non-permissive, high threat incidents. TECC delineates care for patients based on the situation and available resources, and is divided into three phases; Direct Threat Care, Indirect Threat Care, and Evacuation Care. ESGI training is customized to take into account the operational threat environment in which the students will be operating. Thus, emphasis on direct/indirect threat care for first responders and evacuation care for first receivers.

ESGI provides customized TECC training, education and response consultation for every level of provider from first responder organizations and hospital based providers to school faculty and office personnel throughout the United States. Utilizing the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care guidelines and our extensive knowledge of operational medicine, ESGI will customize the educational program to meet the exact needs and capabilities of each client partner.

Training includes classroom lessons which will give students an understanding of the importance, origins and effectiveness of the TECC principles. They will also be introduced to numerous examples of TECC equipment currently on the market and in use around the world. Students will be able to put their hands on the equipment, and try it for themselves during the practical stations and scenarios. Attendees will leave the class having the knowledge and confidence to effectively put the principles and equipment to use in an emergency situation.

For more information on this topic visit these sites:

The Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

Jems article on TECC