Great Lakes Regional Safety Summit
The Great Lakes Regional Safety Summit is a 1.5 day educational workshop for fire service, fire prevention, safety, and educational professionals. 2019 topics include: Great Lakes Data and National Fire Problem; NFPA 1300 (Community Risk Assessment and Community Risk Reduction Plan Development); How Public Education Supports Community Risk Reduction; Stocking Your Toolkit and Creating a “Public Education Experience”; Trending Issues; Relationships with Media; NFPA 3000 (Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Program); Best Practices and More!
Stop The Bleed
National STOP THE BLEED Day is May 23, 2019 Anyone can Learn to Stop the Bleed.
State of Michigan Burn Coordinating Center
Designated as the State Burn Coordinating Center for Michigan, the Trauma Burn Center is responsible for training first responders and medical personnel throughout the state to properly respond to catastrophic burn-related events and injuries. This training ensures that a highly-coordinated response is executed in Michigan and its surrounding region for burn mass casualty incidents.
Trauma Burn Pre-Hospital Education
Continuing pre-hospital education is vital to improving patient outcome and provides an excellent opportunity to review and refine patient pre-hospital care initiatives. Topics are presented by experts in the fields of trauma and burns, injury prevention, workplace safety, and emergency medicine.