What is an “EI”?
What is an EIC?
The system of management that takes place during Elevated Incidents, the Elevated Incident System is initiated once a certified EIC is called to an incident that could potentially require EMS, Fire Department, or Police.
After an Elevated Incident occurs at G.USA, a Post-Elevated Incident Meeting must be initiated within _________.
After an Elevated Incident occurs at G.USA, a Post-Elevated Incident Meeting must be initiated all EIC staff members must be present. The meeting is to be led by ________________________.
During a Post-Elevated Incident Meeting meeting-minutes are taken by _________________________.
The EIC Ranking System determines who will be the acting EIC in accordance to the staffing in a particular shift. It is to be maintained by the General Manager and posted where all staff can see in the employee area.
The ____________________ is always the first on this ranking system. If that person is not in the building during an EI, then the next person on the EIC Ranking System list is required to act as the active EIC for the remainder of the incident.
While the Elevated Incident System is activated, the EIC has full control and management of it, other staff members are ________ question his/her authority.
It is required that there always be an EIC during (select best answer)
All staff members of Gymnastics USA must have the, “_________________________________” policy in mind, the certified EIC’s however, must be extra vigilant.
If there is any activity that can lead to a possible EI the EIC must communicate to the _________________________; all efforts to stay within the chain of command must be made unless time sensitivity requires otherwise.
EIC is to manage any employees necessary, even when there is not an active Elevated Incident. The EIC carries a new managerial position: managing an employee during a non-Elevated Incident, is a necessity for safety. Their role pertains to that of Elevated Incident prevention and intervention and all other management issues they see fit for safety and consistency.
What are the 4 steps to the Elevated Incident System?
Select the definition that defines the first step in regards to the EIS.
Select the definition that defines the second step in regards to the EIS.
Select the definition that defines the third step in regards to the EIS.
Select the definition that defines the fourth step in regards to the EIS.
Who should call 911?
List the key points that must be made when telling someone to call 911:
How long should it take to assign and instruct someone on calling 911?
Removal of any bystanders includes children, adults, and unneeded staff. During this time the EIC must delegate a specific staff member to,
Who should be the last to exit the building if evacuation is required?
If a member or client is sent with the ambulance the EIC must either
When at the hospital make your presence known to family simply to ask if there is anything you can do or if they need anything from you. Do not become a nuance to the family, after you have made contact you may leave.
If 911 is called who should be notified immediately?
When contacting corporate or the G.M. to inform them of an active EI you should utilize ______________ for your form of communication.
What is the preferred order of the three points of contact that must occur?
When calling corporate, provide ________________ of the incident via text message if applicable and feasible. Listen to any commands by corporate, repeat the commands back to corporate, and then act.
Once the EIS has been activated, the EIC must delegate a staff member to inform the remainder of the staff what is necessary on radio. The radio communication should only offer necessary information. When informing staff of EIS activation be sure to:
01)________ staff there is nothing to be 02)__________ about.03)________ staff to keep EI area clear.04)________ staff to stay focused on personal assignments.05)_ ______ staff who the active 06)____ is.
It is important to note that during an EI, if a higher ranking certified EIC arrives on property, the higher ranking EIC take over command.
When calling parents you must first assure them that everything is under control and that their child is okay (so long as this is the truth, realize that unless someone is in immediate danger of losing their life; they are "okay". You must tell them specifically what happened without shying away from the truth. Be calm and let them know what you have staff has done to intervene. Do not over alarm the parent but also do not sound like you are underplaying the severity.
When 911 arrives (if necessary) who gives report to the public service personnel?
Define the Rules for Understanding Urgency:
Always use “Leading Questions” when interviewing a victim for information.
Children will create fictionalized versions of their story on their own; you must take everything a child says seriously but everything must also be met with high scrutiny.
Cervical Spine Injury:
Victim suffering low blood sugar. Victim looks tired, drowsy, acting strange.
Child reacting to a substance showing signs of redness, hives, swelling, constant sneezing, vomiting, and or air way tightening.
A loss of consciousness with body shaking significantly is most likely a __________________.
Define the 5 steps to a Missing Child Alert.
The facility General Manager must follow up with any Escalated Incident victims and their families. This should be done at minimum once the same week and again the following week. __________ after the incident the secondary follow up must occur via in-person (or on the phone) with a follow up e-mail. The second week follow up can be done via phone with e-mail follow up or just via e-mail, at the discretion of the General Manager. All e- mails of this nature should have corporate BCC’d in the e-mail feed.
What is the Universal Choking Sign?
A child seems to be choking on a piece of candy and is coughing forcefully, what should you do?
If you are performing the Heimlich Maneuver and the victim goes unconscious, what should you do? ______________________________________
If an infant is choking you should assign someone to call 911 and give ____ back blows and ____ chest thrust continuously until the object is removed or EMS arrives.
“Hands Free” CPR only requires that you check whether or not a person is breathing. If they are not, you should begin CPR. Have someone call 911 and then begin but keep in mind that chest thrust should be none stop “ _____ and ____ ___ ” about 2 inches deep (The beat/pace of the popular “staying alive” song). Ask someone to switch with you every 2 minutes and do not stop until EMS takes over or breathing resumes.
When approaching a victim you potentially need to perform CPR on you should first try to waken the victim verbally and by tapping on shoulders etc., then attempt a _____________. However do not do this last step on infants.
When performing adult CPR you do not give Rescue Breaths but you do for children and infants. You should do this at what rate and after every how many chest compressions?
Compressions should be done in-between the: ____________________
When performing CPR you should switch out with another rescuer every:
During adult CPR you should utilize:
During child CPR you should utilize:
During infant CPR you should utilize:
When you are giving rescue breaths to an Infant, you should give what is the equivalent to a _________________________.
Essentially there are truly only two reasons to stop CPR, state them below: 01) ____________________________________________________ 02) __________________________________
When administering an Epi-Pen to a child suffering from an Anaphylactic Reaction you must use the Epi-Pen in this manner:
60: YOU SHOULD NEVER GIVE ANY MEDICATION TO A CHILD WITHOUT EXPRESS PERMISSION FROM THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN! DOING SO COULD BE VERY DANGEROUS!
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