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Tamarac Fire Rescue Cadets and Broward Sheriffs Explorers Train Together to Learn CPR and Stop the Bleed
By Van Schoen, PIO, EM Coordinator
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Posted on 12/10/2018
Both groups applying tourniquets to leg.
An Explorer and a Cadet performing CPR.
Tamarac, FL - Fire Rescue Cadets and Broward Sheriff’s Office Dist. 7 Explorers recently trained together to learn CPR, AED, and Stop the Bleed techniques and procedures.
By encouraging the cadets and explorers to work together we are training the next generation of future First Responders to understand each other’s organizations and how they operate. Doing so proves that together, we can improve the dynamics of how First Responders function when they must work together.
In November of 2018, the Sheriff’s Office provided active killer training and an understanding of how the two professions may work together during such an incident by utilizing Rescue Task Force operations.
On December 4th, Lt. Manny Ajuria and FF/PM William Ojeda provided an understanding of CPR, AED, and Stop the Bleed (a mini course of anatomy explained why we use certain techniques) for both groups.
Both groups had an opportunity to work together to accomplish all subject matters and to work with other individuals from different backgrounds. This training experience was both educational and successful.
Tamarac Fire Rescue and the Broward Sheriff's Office are looking forward to coordinating future training events.
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