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EVOC EMS - Online Training

$65

2.5-hr course. EMS drivers are 12 times more likely to be involved in a crash than police officers. You need more EVOC training for better results.

Description

Emergency Vehicle Operations Course for ambulance and EMT drivers. Why are EMS drivers 12x more likely to crash than police officers? Because EMS drivers do not routinely retrain EVOC skills.

Motor pool costs are the 2nd largest expense for EMS operations. Dramatically decrease motor pool expenses, collisions and injuries with On Q EVOC EMT online training. Training for your entire department!

On Q EVOC Ambulance & EMT reinforces critical driving skills at a fraction of the cost of traditional simulation and on-road driver training. The course focuses on intersection negotiation under code-3 with 4, 30-minute lessons covering approaching, assessing, navigating and exiting an intersection.

Stay certified and stay safe.

Don’t forget to ask your personal auto carrier for a discount for completing a driving safety course.

This course does NOT include the attention and distraction lesson.

Course Details

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Length

2.5 Hours

Enrollment Duration

90 Days

Course Lessons

Lesson #1: Intersection Approach

  • Identify the primary goals of the Approach stage of intersection navigation
  • Label highway travel lanes with corresponding reference numbers
  • Label highway travel lanes with corresponding reference numbers
  • Select appropriate methods for maximizing vehicle control when approaching intersections
  • Recognize the risks associated with improper intersection negotiation

Lesson #2: Intersection Assessment

  • Describe how the assessment stage and the approach stage work together in intersection analysis
  • Identify all the hazards and potential hazards in a given scenario
  • Categorize the hazards as potential or immediate and prioritize them according to their level of danger
  • Recognize the risks associated with each hazard

Lesson #3: Clearing the Intersection: Basics

  • List basic steps for clearing an intersection
  • Select appropriate methods for clearing an intersection
  • Recognize the risks associated with improper intersection clearing

Lesson #4: Clearing the Intersection: Advanced Skills

  • Recognize the additional hazards associated with clearing a congested intersection
  • Recognize the importance of slowing down and giving you additional time to recognize and respond to these hazards
  • List the steps for safely clearing a congested intersection
  • Know the methods for clearing an intersection when your lanes are blocked
  • Identify the most common mistakes made when clearing a congested intersection

Lesson #5: Intersection Departure & Course Summary

  • List the steps for safely departing an intersection
  • Recognizing the common hazards you might encounter during the departure stage
  • Recall all steps and key concepts in the EVO Intersection Analysis process

Benefits & Features

Results

  • Keeps your entire fleet safer on the road
  • Decreases injuries and costs resulting from collisions
  • Reduces both your workers comp and general liability insurance costs

Benefits

  • Counts toward continuing education credits in most states
  • Supplements and/or replaces more expensive live individual and group training
  • Replenishes perishable technical driving skills

Features

  • Requires decision making designed to change driving behavior (not a video lecture)
  • Can be implemented today with no software or system integration
  • Delivered one-on-one online in six, 30-minute modules
  • IADLEST Nationally Certified Training and “2015 Training Innovation Award”

Customer Results

  • National insurance company documented a 27% reduction in workers comp payout alone
  • State Highway Patrol department had 18 fewer at-fault collisions within six months
  • Local fire department experienced a 10% reduction in collisions within six months

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