The licensed medical professional who serves as the medical director for the athletic department and oversees care of all athletes provided by the department athletic trainers places his/her name in the section below to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Head Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Head Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

The Assistant Athletic Trainer who provides care under the the direction of the overseeing medical director as provided for in the Standing Orders Operating Protocol found in the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page should place their name here to indicate that they have reviewed the EAP components within TeamEMSoft and agree to allow this application to electronically sign the compliance forms and reports found under the Compliance section of the Team Hub Page.

Upload your sports medicine outreach service provider logo. Your image should be a 150px X 150px (or proportional) hi-res jpg or jpeg image. Image file not to exceed 5MB.

Tell us the name of the organization that provides athletic training outreach services or athletic training services for your school. If you are directly employed by the high school, place the high school's information in the following sections.

Tell us the address of the outreach athletic training service provider for your school.

Tell us the phone number of the outreach athletic training service provider.

Tell us the outreach athletic training service provider's website address.

Upload a copy of your logo! Image files are restricted to a width of 150px and a height of 150px with a maximum file size of 5MB. Allowed file types include .jpg, .jpeg, and .png.

Tell us the street address of your high school's campus.

Tell us the phone number to your high school's main office.

Tell us who the school's Head Athletic Trainer (HAT) is.

What is the HATs office phone number?

What is the HATs office phone number?

What is the phone number that should be used to contact the HAT in an emergency? This should not be the office phone, but rather a cell phone. This number will be used to auto-dial the HAT from all mobile EAP links.

Who is your high school's overseeing physician, medical director, or team physician?

What is your school physician's office phone number?

What is your school physician's direct contact or cell phone number?

Tell us who your school's athletic director is.

What is your ADs office phone number?

What is your ADs office phone number?

What is the phone number that should be used to contact the AD in an emergency? This should not be the office phone, but rather a cell phone. This number will be used to auto-dial the AD from all mobile EAP links.

Tell us who is in charge of security at your school. This may be a designated school official or school resource officer.

What is the Chief of Security's office phone number?

What is the Chief of Security's office phone number?

What is the phone number that should be used to contact the SRO in an emergency? This should not be the office phone, but rather a cell phone. This number will be used to auto-dial the Chief of Security from all mobile EAP links.

EMS

Tell us who you contact regarding ambulance coverage.

Tell us who you contact regarding ambulance coverage.

What is your EMS Coordinator's office phone number?

What is the phone number that should be used to contact the EMS Coordinator in an emergency? This should not be the office phone, but rather a cell phone. This number will be used to auto-dial the EMS Coordinator from all mobile EAP links.

Where can your EMS Coordinator be found during the game?

Tell us what radio call you will give to communicate to all EAP personnel that there is a life-threatening injury. If radio communication is not appropriate or unavailable, this will be the verbal call that accompanies your hand signal. A very popular choice is, "All Come!"

Always have a back up hand signal that accompanies all verbal and radio calls in case noise levels interfere with verbal communication. Tell us what your back-up life-threatening hand signal is to be. Popular choices include arms crossed in front of chest, pat on the head, or waiving hand in a circular motion above head (whirly-bird).

Tell us what radio call you will give to communicate to all EAP personnel that there is an injury that is NOT life-threatening. If radio communication is not appropriate or unavailable, this will be the verbal call that accompanies your hand signal. A very popular choice is, "Medical Assist"

Always have a back up hand signal that accompanies all verbal and radio calls in case noise levels interfere with verbal communication. Tell us what your back-up non-life-threatening hand signal is to be. Popular choices include a clenched fist or towel held in the air.

Contact your local EMS agencies to inquire as to the most appropriate phone number to use when activating EMS. Tell us here what that phone number is. It is most likely dialing 911, but some campus security-based systems require a campus dispatch number.

If your campus requires contacting campus security to activate EMS, tell us what that number is. If 911 is used in all cases, place 911 here and above.

Contact the agency(s) that respond to your EMS calls and inquire as to their average EMS response time to your campus. This could be very important information for you when planning appropriate pre-hospital care prior to the arrival of EMS or when EMS is delayed.

Tell us your preferred receiving facility for patients with life-threatening injuries, unstable vital signs, or neurological injuries. Whenever possible this should be a Level I trauma facility. Tell us the name of the facility followed by a hyphen and the designated service level (i.e., Strong Memorial - Level 1).

Tell us the address to the emergency department of the Designated Trauma Center.

Tell us the general information phone number for the emergency department.

This is your preferred receiving facility for stable, non-life-threatening injuries, such as orthopedic injuries.

Tell us the address to the emergency department of the Nearest Hospital.

Tell us the general information phone number for the Nearest Hospital's emergency department.

Designate a back-up receiving facility for stable, non-life-threatening injuries, such as orthopedic injuries in the event there is an issue with your preferred nearest hospital or if another hospital might be more convenient for the patient and their family.

This is your preferred receiving facility for stable, non-life-threatening injuries, such as orthopedic injuries.

Tell us the general information phone number for the Nearest Hospital's emergency department.

Identify the closest facility that could provide non-emergency orthopaedic care? This might be a regional urgent care center, on-campus health center, or stadium radiology.

What are the hours your after hours clinic holds?

What is the address of your designated after hours facility?

What is the phone number to your designated after hours facility?

Indicate your preferred technique for repositioning a prone athlete to supine. Your choices may include the Continuous Log-Roll, Interrupted Log-Roll, Continuous Log-Roll-Push, or Interrupted Log-Roll-Push maneuvers. Or enter your own description. Please see the comprehensive document for descriptions.

What is your preferred technique for transferring an injured athlete to rigid support? Your choices may include the Continuous/Interrupted Log-Roll or Log-Roll-Push, or the flat-lift maneuvers. Or enter your own description. See the Comprehensive Document for descriptions.

Please copy and paste the appropriate CAPITALIZED approach in the text field. See your comprehensive document for details. Generally, when preparing to evacuate a stable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED, 2) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVAL and SHOULDER PADS CUT to expose the chest, or 3) with the athlete TRAUMA NAKED?

Please copy and paste the appropriate CAPITALIZED approach in the text field pertaining to an injured athlete presenting with neurological signs and symptoms. See your comprehensive document for details. Generally, when preparing to evacuate a stable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED, 2) Package with the athlete's FACE MASK REMOVED and SHOULDER PADS CUT to expose the chest, or 3) with the athlete TRAUMA NAKED?

Generally, when preparing to evacuate an unstable injured player from the field does your medical team prefer to 1) Package with face mask removed, 2) Package with face mask removed and shoulder pads cut to expose the chest, or 3) Remove all equipment prior to evacuation. Please copy and paste the appropriate answer in the text field. See your comprehensive document for details.

When airway management is indicated does your medical team prefer initial FACE MASK REMOVED, HELMET REMOVED, or ATHLETE TRAUMA NAKED?

When advanced airway placement is indicated does your AMP or Paramedic prefer to be HEAD or SIDE of the athlete?

Generally, does your team prefer FACE MASK REMOVAL or HELMET REMOVAL or TRAUMA NAKED when accessing the airway of an unstable athlete that is not breathing, but has a pulse?

Please copy and paste one of the following into the text field above. If other,please type in using a similar format. See Comprehensive Document for details. 1. BVM - Adjunct - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L - RSI 2. BVM - Adjunct - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L 3. BVM - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L - RSI 4. BVM - Supraglottic - ETT - Video-L 5. BVM - ETT - Video-L - RSI 6. BVM - ETT - Video-L

When preparing to evacuate an athlete from the field do you prefer to remove equipment BEFORE or AFTER transfer to rigid support?

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES or TRAUMA NAKED. Please refer to your comprehensive document for details.

Which best practice technique does your medical team prefer when removing protective athletic equipment or uniforms from an injured athlete? Enter "SUPINE-SLIDE" or "TORSO-LIFT" See Equipment Removal Techniques in the Safe Handling section of your Comprehensive Document.

ON-FIELD or IN EVACUATION ZONE or IN RIG or IN ER

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.

The injury/weather spotter should have direct contact with the athletic trainer either via radio headset or cell phone. Coaches wearing headsets also make good injury/weather spotters because they can call down to others on the sideline who can alert you. Tell us your injury/weather spotter's cell phone number.

Who is the team's head coach?

Who is the team's head coach?

Tell us where your team's head coach is located during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your athletic director is. Now tell us where your AD can be found during events at this venue.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Administrative Liaison is. Now tell us where they can be found during events at this venue.

This individual will work in conjunction with your venue Chief of Security to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the injury scene and disrupt the medical team.

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your Chief of Security is. Now tell us where this individual is located during events at this venue. If they are on-scene, briefly describe where. If they are not on-scene, indicate that they are "On-Call".

Emergency Medical Roaster Athletes. Review the health history information of athletes on your team. Tell us here about any athletes that have special needs to be aware of. During your medical time out you will inquire as to any special needs of visiting team athletes and place that information in the following section as well.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Tell us the jersey number or weight class of the athlete above.

Briefly tell us about the medical condition and any special instructions for caring for the athlete above.

Who are the first 3 first responders who will care for an injured athlete? (I.,e Athletic trainer, head coach, and assistant coach)

What is your PREFERRED method for repositioning an injured athlete from prone to supine (I.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll or log roll-push techniques)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When equipment/uniform removal is indicated during the care of an injured athlete, what is your PREFERRED technique (I.e., Supine Slide or Torso Lift)? Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transferring an injured athlete to rigid support or to the gurney for transport what is your PREFERRED technique? (i.e., Continuous/Interrupted Log roll, Log Roll-Push, Flat-Lift) Remember this is only the technique you favor knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When transporting an athlete with no immediate life-threatening sequale, but for whom you believe transport is indicated, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for approach descriptions.

When transporting an athlete who presently has a pulse and is breathing, but presents with altered mental status, unconsciousness, or neurological signs and symptoms, what is your preferred equipment/uniform management preference (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked)? Remember this is only the approach you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

When emergency equipment/uniform removal is indicated due to respiratory distress or pulselessness, what is your PREFERRED equipment management strategy (I.e., Clam Shell or Trauma Naked approach)? Remember this is only the strategy you favor, knowing that the situation at hand will ultimately dictate which is most appropriate given the circumstances. See comprehensive document for technique descriptions.

Tell us the name of the sport this EAP Summary is for (i.,e, Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, Girls Basketball Team, etc).

What is the name of the stadium, field, gym, rink, etc., where this team competes?

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during games at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. USE ALL CAPS to fill in this field.

Give us a brief description of where athletes will be evacuated from the field for further assessment. Examples may be "IN TUNNEL", "NEXT TO AMBULANCE", or "IN AMBULANCE". Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your game-day venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your game-day venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. SMC suggests that athletic trainers have a dedicated AED as part of their emergency response equipment. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions.

Health history forms provide critical information to EMS and to receiving facilities and should be readily accessible during events. Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during events at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage", "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us the name of the facility where this team practices. If this team practices and competes in the same facility, simply cut and paste the appropriate information from above, but be sure to give careful thought to each response below.

Give us a brief description of where the ambulance is located when on-site during practices at this venue. If the ambulance is on-call, place "ON-CALL" in this section. Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

What level of service will be provided? I.e., BLS (EMTs only), ALS (paramedic). Use ALL CAPS to complete this field.

Tell us exactly where you want the ambulance to arrive when responding to injuries at your practice venue. This is where you will send your EMS escorts to meet the ambulance crew.

Provide us with the intersection nearest your practice venue EMS rendezvous location. This is critical information that EMS dispatch will need to help ensure the ambulance arrives at the location where escorts can direct them to the injury scene.

Tell is exactly where you keep your basic life-support emergency response equipment during events at this venue (i.e., 50 yard line, behind the home team bench or court side, behind scorer's table). The contents of your BLS emergency kits are detailed in the Comprehensive EAP document found on your Team Hub Page. If you are not present during practices, be sure to plan where appropriate BLS equipment is kept when you are not present and indicate that location here.

Tell us the exact location of automated external defibrillators that would be used during an emergency at this venue. If you are not present during practices, be sure to provide us with a description of where the nearest AED is located relative to this venue. At a minimum, a shock from an AED should never be more than 2 min away.

Tell us where you keep emergency response medications during events at this venue. Medications may include Epi-Pens, glucagon injection kits, glucose medications, and any other medications that may have been provided to you to help care for athletes with special medical conditions. If you are not at practice, tell us exactly where emergency medications are kept when you are not present.

Tell us where your athlete's health history forms are kept for this team during practices at this venue.

Enter "Zone Coverage" or "Total Coverage". You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Enter "Elevated", "Ground Level", "Roving", and/or "Floating", or any combination. You can also add a brief description. See Surveillance Plan section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

How often will injury spotters/lifeguards rotate through the surveillance stations? You can also add a brief description. See the Surveillance Section of the Comprehensive Document for details.

Tell us who the athletic trainer is for this team.

Tell us where you usually hang out during this team's competitions (i.e., on the line of scrimmage, behind scorer's table, or roaming on sideline).

Under the Personnel Tab you told us who your team physician is. Now tell us where this person is located during events at this venue. They may be with you on the sideline or on-call.

Under the EMS Tab you told us who your EMS Coordinator was. Tell us here where this individual is located during events at this venue. This person may be in the ambulance, on the sideline, or may simply be on call.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTF's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

During an emergency this is the individual who watches over all aspects of critical care delivery to ensure the medical team is working efficiently and meeting important critical care benchmarks. This is typically a member of EMS, team physician, or athletic trainer. The MTL's sole responsibility is oversight to ensure the medical team stays on task.

When appropriate, an individual will be assigned to escort the athlete to the hospital.  When transporting an equipment-laden athlete, the designated Athlete Escort should be skilled in equipment removal strategies in order to provide guidance should equipment removal be required during transport or when required by emergency room personnel. If the athlete will be escorted by a parent or EMS personnel only, indicate that here.

SMC recommends that you dedicate a specific individual to help you keep an eye out for high risk injury mechanisms or athletes displaying signs and symptoms of injury/illness during competions. This is particularly helpful in the event that you find yourself pre-occupied caring for others. This individual should also aid in monitoring weather conditions, including heat index, wind chill, or severe weather. Tell us here, who that person is. Assistant coaches or individuals in charge of filming games are good individuals to tap for this role.

Tell us where your Injury/Weather Spotter will be located during competitions. SMC recommends that this individual be in the coaches box or filming the game where they will have a good view of the entire venue.