Sometimes machinery and the human body just aren’t compatible. At Ebsco we try to keep our first responder team prepared for anything. Our drills are designed to force Ebsco first responders to face diverse situations, making them think and adapt. If they are faced with an actual accident it will not be anything like the situations they faced in our drills, but they will have learned to be flexible, expect anything and adapt their techniques to the emergency.
What do a lot of stage blood, some rib bones and plaster make? A realistic accident scene. Ebsco tries to make our scenarios as realistic as possible allowing the first responders the opportunity to get lost in the drill and put their experience to the test.
Quick! He’s going into shock. Seconds count. Ebsco victims research the symptoms of their intended inflections making it realistic for our First Responders. Jason researched all of the signs of shock and acted them out for the first responder team.
What’s next for our first responder team. We’re not telling but I can promise it will be a surprise and test the skills of Ebsco’s First Responder Team.