Organize meetings and agendas coordinate

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Organize meetings and agendas. Coordinate communication among participating agencies. Coordinate media and public outreach. Acquire wrecked vehicle and arrange for its transportation before and after the event. (Vehicle should be appropriately damaged to fit the scenario.) Arrange for refreshments for participants. 4
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How to Conduct a Mock Crash Event Chairperson and Coordinator, continued: Arrange for an audio/PA system at the scene that will be used to: o Direct bystanders. o Broadcast emergency response communication. o Drama components (sound effects, etc.) Develop an adverse weather contingency plan: o Conduct only the post-event assembly inside. o Delay mock crash for later in the day, if possible. o Cancel if necessary. Committee Member: Paramedics/Emergency Medical Technicians and Fire Department Representative Group Training officers Response unit Helicopter services Local hospitals Medical examiner 911 operator Role Coordinate the involvement of each group member. Provide realistic response to scene of event. Use the event as a training opportunity. Arrange for back-up units if helicopter cannot be used. Advance survey of crash vehicle for extrication. Coordinate arrival of each responding vehicle after audience is in place. Place fatalities in view of onlookers. Coordinate with medical examiner. Coordinate transportation of injured participants away from the scene and back to the post-event assembly. 5
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How to Conduct a Mock Crash Provide spokesperson for post-event assembly. Paramedics/Emergency Medical Technicians and Fire Department Representative, continued: Coordinate involvement with local participating hospitals. Coordinate helicopter logistics (if used): o Approve the landing site. o Arrange security for landing site perimeter. o Establish weather parameters for withdrawal. o Arrange for transportation of victim. Committee Member: Law Enforcement Representative Group Training officers Public information officer Crash investigation officer State Patrol trooper County sheriff Local police Role Control perimeter of event scene. Communicate and coordinate events with other responding units. Provide input on crash scene. Provide realistic response to scene of event. Use the event as a training opportunity. Provide crash investigation officer. Provide public information officer. Provide spokesperson for post-event assembly. 6
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How to Conduct a Mock Crash Committee Member: School Administrative Representative Group School administrator/principal Counselors Drama teachers Lead teacher Role Identify student participants. Create parent invitations, notices and permission slips.
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