EMT, EMR, Paramedics, Ambulance and more from 911 Industrial

By: 911 Industrial  09-12-2011
Keywords: oil and gas, ambulance, Emergency Medical

We come to your worksite ready to serve.

Throughout northern Alberta, northern B.C., Saskatchewan, the Yukon and Northwest Territories, industries such as oil and gas construction, mining and forestry can count on the services of 911 Industrial Response Inc. When it comes to the training levels of our personnel, we aim high and consistently deliver what our customers need on the worksite: the expertise, knowledge and talent it takes to save lives.

Training Levels:

Emergency Medical Responder (EMR):

  • Primary level for pre-hospital care
  • 120 hours of classroom training
  • Trained to use the fundamental techniques for responding to medical and trauma emergencies
  • Trained for Airway Management (which includes oxygen, artificial airways, suction devices and assisted ventilation)
  • Trained in Pharmacology, glucometric testing, Multiple Casualty Incident management, traction splints and pulse oximentry
  • Qualified in use of Automatic External Defibrillators (AED)

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT):

  • Intermediate level for pre-hospital care
  • EMR program completed as a requisite
  • 360 hours of classroom training
  • 40 hours of hospital practical
  • Has completed a minimum of 25 calls on an ambulance
  • Trained in intravenous infusions, monitoring/administering glucose, nasopharyngeal suction and administering nitrous oxide analgesia, three lead heart monitor, traction splinting, BLS drug administration

Paramedics:

  • Advanced level for pre-hospital care
  • EMT program completed as pre-requisite
  • 2 year diploma
  • Hospital and ambulance practical
  • Capable of advanced skills including advanced drug therapy, advanced airway monitoring, advanced cardiac monitoring

British Columbia Trained EMRs, EMPs and OFA IIIs:

  • B.C. Emergency Medical Responder
  • 130 hours entry level into pre-hospital care
  • Occupational First-Aid Attendant Level 3 (OFA III) and EMPs
  • Industrial-trained for remote locations (OFAs must have the EMP Bridging course to be employed by 911 Industrial Response Inc.)
  • Qualified in use of Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)

British Columbia PCPs and ACPs:

  • The equivalent of Alberta EMTs and paramedics as listed above

Our Equipment

All of our medical units are new within three years. They also have four-wheel drive and meet Transport Canada (CMVSS) rollover protection requirements. All units are maintained on a strict maintenance schedule.

Our units include:

Mobile Treatment Centre (MTC):

  • Trauma kit which includes equipment for:
  • Splinting equipment
  • Severe bleeds
  • Burn kit
  • Patient vital monitoring equipment
  • Biohazard kit
  • Diabetic emergency
  • Airway kit with oxygen
  • Airway adjuncts
  • Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)
  • EMT-A/PCP IV and airway kit for higher level of care
  • Running water
  • Treatment room with a chair
  • Ability to transport three patients
  • Phone communication from the MTC back
  • Reliable communication between the driver and the MTC back
  • Custom safety step into MTC back
  • All components listed below for the ETV

Emergency Transport Vehicle (ETV):

  • Climate controlled patient compartment
  • Roadside emergency kit with fire extinguisher
  • Cellular phone (3 watt), satellite phone available
  • Road radio with Provincial Ambulance frequency
  • Spinal immobilization kit with stretcher
  • Blankets
  • Alberta level 3 First Aid Kit

Ambulance (4 Wheel Drive):

  • All components as listed for the ETV and MTC
  • 3 lead heart monitor with shocking capabilities
  • IV therapy
  • Airway management equipment
  • Entanox therapy (pain control)
  • BLS Drug Kit

Keywords: ambulance, Emergency Medical, Mining And Forestry, oil and gas, Pre-hospital Care,