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The information and techniques in this course are intended to be used in major multi-casualty and mass-casualty emergencies when the normal 911 Emergency Medical systems are overwhelmed and unable to respond immediately to all of the areas and individuals injured and needing help. Disaster First Aid is not a substitute for professional medical or emergency care at any time when that is available.
Disaster First Aid-When 911 Can’t Come© is based on standard EMS (emergency medical services/public safety/disaster rescue) policies and procedures which are current and recognized at this time (2011) adapted and modified for use by citizen volunteers.
The information and actions described in Disaster First Aid@ are standard protocols widely used and recognized in the United States. Many developed countries of the world use similar systems of disaster medical response. However, Disaster First Aid does not provide information about first aid or emergency practices in any country other than the United States.
This course is intended for non-professionals. It is not a certification course, and no cards or certificates are issued by Disaster First Aid Training System. Cards or certificates in recognition of Course Completion may be issued under the name, title, and responsibility of the subsciber/member's teaching agency.
Disaster First Aid© does not approve or certify instructors or agencies who choose to use this program. Disaster First Aid© does not accept responsibility or liability for any individual's or agency's claims to or performance of this course.
The author and publishers of this course, handbook, and teaching materials, are not responsible for any loss, liability, damage, or injury that may in any way be associated with or incurred by any person, user, instructor, or agency in connection with the use, performance, or instruction of the information and/or techniques described in this course.
The information and techniques in this book and course are adapted from standard protocols used by Disaster Response Public Safety agencies, scaled down to citizen's level of ability and resources.The original START Triage system was created in 1983 by the staff of Hoag Memorial Hospital and the Newport Beach Fire Department, Newport Beach California and has been simplified for non-professional volunteers.
These actions are intended for situations where massive emergency makes normal 911 Emergency and Rescue Services unavailable or seriously delayed. This book and course are not a substitute for professional medical care at any time when that is available. Disaster First Aid© does not approve or certify instructors or agencies who choose to use this program, and does not accept any responsibility or liability for any individual's or agenciy's performance of the course.