The DMSU, one supervisor vehicle, three ambulances and the blood draw unit.
Five like units and a team leader and communications.
Three ambulances and the supervisor.
Four ambulances one supervisor unit and two team leaders.
All of the above are incorrect.
Multi-Casualty Incident is an incident in which the number of patients exceeds the state mandated rescuer to patient ratio as described in the ETSA section 2.13.9.
Multi-Casualty Incident- An incident in which the number of patients exceeds three and requires another ambulance for transport.
Multi-Casualty Incident is an incident in which the combination of numbers of injured personnel and type of injuries go beyond the capability of an entity’s normal first response.
Multi-Casualty Incident’s are to be declared when the paramedic on scene feels overwhelmed by the sheer number of people asking for assistance.
In addition to a level one response, you will receive two BLS ambulances.
In addition to you, you will receive two ALS and one BLS ambulance, and one air ambulance, and an AMR Supervisor.
In addition to you, you will receive three ALS units and one BLS ambulance, and one air ambulance, and the AMR supervisor.
Three more ALS ambulances in addition to yourself and.
When in trouble when in doubt run in circles scream and shout. (Randyism)
Any person wearing a white hat.
The Operations IC.
Assigning transport units.
Moving of patients to triage areas.
Treatment of immediate patients.
Responsible for treating patients in every area.
Immediate treatment of the patients that arrive.
Treatment of Immediate patients.
Arriving Immediately to treat delayed patients.
Supervising treatment immediately following the activation of an MCI.
Transport Group Supervisor.
Medical Group Supervisor.
Treatment Unit Leader.
Staging immediate delayed and minor patients so that the media does not have access to patients.
Advising the MGS when all patients have been transported.
Advising the treatment manager when and where patients will be transported.
Advising the MGS on the status of resources.
MGS, Transport Unit Leader, Treatment Unit Leader, Immediate Treatment Manager
Operations IC, MGS, Treatment Unit Leader, Immediate Treatment Manager.
Operations IC, Treatment Unit Leader,Delayed Treatment Manager
MGS, Transport Unit Leader, Treatment unit leader, Safety Officer, Operations IC.