We can provide a range of skill levels ranging from First Aider to a GMC Registered Doctor
Event Medic (Events Only):
First Aider: They hold a nationally recognised First Aid at Work qualification as a minimum or equivalent. They are also trained in more trauma injuries. First Aiders can also do basic observations such as pulse and oxygen saturations.
Advanced First Aider: They hold a nationally recognised First Aid at Work qualification or equivalent (e.g. FREC 3, FPOS-I) with the addition of medical gasses and airway management and paediatric first aid.
Ambulance Care Assistant: Holds a nationally recognised First Aid at Work qualification or similar (E.g. FREC 3, FPOS-I) with medical gasses and airway management, paediatric first aid, manual handling. ACAs are also trained in all equipment aboard an ambulance (ECGs, Blood Pressure, Temperature Etc.). ACAs can now also give Penthrox as an analgesic
Emergency Care Assistant: Are clinically trained to ACA standards or similar with the addition of a recognised Emergency Driving qualification. Giving them the ability to transport a patient to hospital under blue light conditions.
Emergency Medical Technician: Are trained to EMT Basic or 'First Response Emergency Care Level 4 (FREC 4)'. They will also be trained and have experience in providing event medical care.
Ambulance Technician: Have completed an IHCD Ambulance Course or Equivalent (Ambulance Associate Practitioner, First Response Emergency Care Level 5) and will be trained and have experience in providing event medical care.
Paramedic: Have completed a nationally recognised Paramedic training pathway and be registered with the HCPC (Health Care Professions Council) with a PIN number which will be available to the event organiser upon request.
Nurse: Fully qualified to a nationally recognised Nursing training pathway and registered with the relevant governing body (Nursing and Midwifery Council). They will also be trained and have experience in delivering A&E or Pre-hospital care.
Doctor: Have completed a nationally recognised Doctors training pathway and be registered with the relevant governing body (General Medical Council). They will also be trained and experienced in delivering pre hospital care.
Control Staff: Have experience in receiving information and dispatching the relevant resources to the call. They are competent in dispatching multiple resources whilst liaising with various state and private agencies
Reception Staff: They hold a nationally recognised First Aid at Work qualification or equivalent. They are also trained in triaging and will have experience in triaging patients and dealing with a range of queries.
Welfare Staff: They will be trained and experienced in supporting our clinical and non-clinical staff on events and will be in charge of preparing meals and drinks for the team and making sure everyone is ok.
Triple L Training and Medical strive to cover every event we are asked to attend. These events can range from a small sporting event up to a weekend car show or carnival.
All of our operational staff hold at least a First Aid at Work qualification combined with additional event related training.
The team are all DBS checked and are issued with an ID Card
We can support your event by providing just a lone medic up
to a full treatment centre with majors and minors bay. The treatment centre can consist of a large tent or a static or roaming first aid post
Our list of equipment (but is not limited to):
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