Emergency Action Plan Summary

This protocol has been developed by the medical staff to reflect standing orders for care of critically injured athletes. This protocol is a summary drawn from the team’s comprehensive emergency action plan, and is intended to summarize the medical team’s preparation and initial response to emergencies.  This protocol summary is intended to serve only as a guideline.  The following procedures are not intended to substitute for prudent autonomous medical decision-making required during actual care and management of a sick or injured individual.  Please see the comprehensive emergency action plan for a formal write-up and reference material.  

Instructions For Distributing This Summary

Within 5 days of an event check the accuracy of the information in this EAP Summary and make any required updates by making appropriate changes in your Team Profile. Once the summary is complete use the Stare button in the top right corner of the page to send  this document to appropriate home and visiting personnel.  Enter the email addresses of those you would like to receive a link to this document, then select a date at which time the link will expire. This link will allow recipients to open the responsive EAP Summary document and take full advantage of all its features on any computer or internet capable mobile device, including the auto-dial and mapping features. Have all appropriate personnel review this responsive document during the event’s Medical Time Out.

Instruction for Recipient

You have received this EAP summary because your team will be visiting our facility.  This document provides a summary of vital information that you may need in the event of an injury/illness to a player of staff.  This is a responsive document that provides auto-dial and mapping/direction features.  This document will be reviewed with you during a medical time out that will be performed prior to the event by our athletic trainer, .  Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call at .

Printing Instructions

Set your printer to 2-sided printing, and print pages 2 and 3 of this document.  Laminate the printed version of this summary and post conspicuously throughout the event venue.

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PRACTICE DAY EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN SUMMARY
Welcome to , home of the . Please review the following emergency action plan summary for important emergency response details.  A copy of the complete EAP, including policies and protocols, training, proficiency verification, equipment lists, and maintenance records are filed in the athletic training room. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact , Head Athletic Trainer.
In the event of an emergency involving a player, the Critical Care Triangle™ will immediately evaluate, render appropriate first-aid, and activate EMS as indicated.
Initiating the Training Camp Emergency Action Plan
Hand Signal:
Radio Call: 
EMS Dispatch: 
Venue:
GPS Address: 

Rendezvous Location: 
Nearest Crossroad: 
Ambulance Location: 
 Avg EMS Response Time: 
The Role of the First Responder  Critical Care Triangle.  Critical care triangle personnel provide immediate care for the athlete and do not leave their position unless a more qualified professional arrives to perform a specialized critical care task.  Critical care triangle personnel are responsible for: 1. signaling to initiate appropriate component of the emergency action plan; 2. activating EMS; 3. providing immediate care of the injured or ill athlete; 4. escort injured/ill athlete to ED to ensure continuity of care. Critical Support Triangle.  Critical support triangle personnel are responsible for ensuring that the emergency equipment and personnel needs of the critical care triangle are met.  The support triangle will provide for the following: 1. retrieval, delivery, and preparation of emergency equipment / medicine required by critical care triangle personnel. Perimeter Support.  Perimeter support personnel are responsible for the following: 1. calling 911 when prompted by critical care triangle ( provide name, address, telephone number, condition of athlete, first aid treatment, specific directions, other information as requested); 2. meeting EMS at rendezvous; 3. directing EMS to appropriate on-field location; 4. scene control: limit scene to first aid providers and move teammates/coaches/bystanders away from area; 4. initiating phone tree.
Practice Day Emergency Response Equipment
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On-Site Location
 Airway Management
 
 Advanced Life-Support (ALS) /  EMS
 
 Automated External Defibrillators
 
 Basic Life Support (BLS)  Emergency  Kit
 
 Cervical Immobilization Supplies
 
 Extremity Splints
 
 Rx Formularies
 
 Emergency Medications
 
Practice Day Receiving Facilities
Facility Location Map Links
Auto-Dial Hotline
 Neurological Hospital 
 
 
 Unstable Injury Hospital 
 
 
 Nearest Hospital
 
 
 Pharmacy
 
 
 
Practice Day Emergency Response Personnel
Training Camp Athletic Training Staff 
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Name
Availability
Auto-Dial Hotline
 Head Athletic Trainer
 
 On-field / Training Room
 Assist Athletic Trainer
 
 On-field / Training Room
 Assist Athletic Trainer
 
 On-field / Training Room
 Assist Athletic Trainer
 
 On-field / Training Room
 Assist Athletic Trainer
 
 On-field / Training Room
 Emergency Physician  Contact
 
 
 Seasonal Intern
 
 On-field / Training Room
 Seasonal Intern
 
 On-field / Training Room

 

Practice Day Operations 
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Name
Availability
Auto-Dial Hotline
 Head of Security
 
 via Hotline
 
 Player Personnel Rep
 
 via Hotline
 
Practice Day EMS 
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Name
Availability
Auto-Dial Hotline
 EMS Coordinator
 
 via Hotline
 
 Paramedic
 
 via EMS Dispatch
 
 

 

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