Please review updated REMAC advisory under EMS Documents
PDF is HERE
CME Sign up days and times listed below.
Monday 8th Training Center – Noon
Tuesday 9th Training Center – Noon
Wednesday 10th Training Center – Noon
Thursday 11th Training Center – Noon and 6:30pm
Friday 12th Training Center – Noon
Friday 12th Verona Fire Dept. 6:30pm
Sunday 14th COCVAC – Noon
Attention CFRs, EMTs, AEMTs, LPNs, RNs and all other Medical Personnel
Volunteer for the Annual Boilermaker Road Race. Help is needed at the EMS stations during the Boilermaker on Sunday, July 14, 2013. The Boilermaker begins with the wheelchair race at 7:45am. Assistance is needed before, during and following the race at the start and finish lines, as well as throughout the course.
Interested in volunteering?
Contact the Emergency Medical Services Office.
Phone: (315) 738-8351 dial ext#4533
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
The Medical Volunteer meetings have been set for the following dates:
Attend "one" of the meeting briefings to pick up your credential, t-shirt and assignment.
*PLEASE take note that the location of the meetings at that time will be held in our NEW BUILDING*
*1705 Burrstone Road, New Hartford, NY 13413*
EMS will be closed Friday March 29th in observance of the Good Friday Holiday. The office will re-open on Monday April 1st at 8:00 AM.
Please click the link below and take the survey to help with the Application decision for the new Protocol App for Apple or Android. This survey will end April 1, 2013.
CISD meeting Friday, 3/15/13, at 7pm at the Herkimer County 911 center conference room in response to the events of Tuesday and Wednesday.
Pursuant to conversations with NYS Bureau of EMS, they will not approve any AEMT-Intermediate CME programs or Rapid Recertification programs going forward. Any AEMT-Intermediates currently certified who will lapse before June 30, 2014 will have to recertify as a Basic EMT and then attend the new AEMT program, when it becomes available.
ONEIDA COUNTY OFFICE OF THE FIRE COORDINATOR
120 Base Road
Oriskany, New York 13424
TRAINING CLASS- Open to All Fire/EMS/Law Agencies
Situational Awareness in the
Fire and EMS Services
“Understanding the Situations Around You”
Presenter: Dr. William Jenaway- Fire Chief
Overview: We don’t need a dictionary to tell us, understanding the situation around us when entering a fire or rescue situation can mean the difference between life and death to our crew. It is up to the officers in charge of the incident, division, crew or apparatus to know the level of risk they are encountering and make the critical decision of when to advance or retreat to risk only what you are willing to lose versus what can be saved. Remember no building is worth the life of a firefighter – be aware of your situation! Similarly, we have to understand the situation around us at the station, and on the street to not only stay safe, but to protect the assets of our organization, to protect our customers, and to keep our organization from experiencing problems. Chief Jenaway brings his years of experience through examples of situations that have created problems for fire and EMS agencies and how to manage them. Firefighters, EMTs, Chief officers, administrators, and Commissioners will all find examples of how to protect themselves and their organizations.
Instructor’s Bio: William F. Jenaway, Ph.D, CFPS, CFO, CSP, CPP, FIFE is Executive Vice President of VFIS, the countries largest insurer of fire and EMS agencies. During his 43 years in public safety he has served as Chief of two Pennsylvania Fire Departments as well as a local elected official with public safety responsibilities. In 2001 he was named “Volunteer Fire Chief of the Year” at the IAFC Conference. A regular conference speaker and contributor to numerous fire service publications he is on the Editorial Advisory Board of Fire Chief magazine and serves as President of the Board of Directors of the Congressional Fire Services Institute.
LOCATION: Westmoreland Central School Auditorium
DATE: March 26, 2013
COST: $10.00- Make checks/vouchers out to OCFC
REGISTER AT: http://www.ocgov.net/E911/FireTraining
PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE:
Oneida County VFA/Oneida County Fire Chiefs Scholarship Fund
Please be advised we are experiencing telephone issues at the training center. The phone people are working on it but we may not receive your messages. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The Midstate REMAC and Program Agency will host a brief ALS Protocol Update
for the EMS Agency and Directors on
Wednesday, March 6 at 6:30 PM
@ the EMS Office at 2521 Sunset Ave, 2nd Floor
This meeting will not replace the ALS Protocol Update
The meeting is primarily for ALS Agencies &
It will provide a quick review of the 2013 changes.
The minimum equipment list will be available at this meeting.