Students trained in mock accident


Four County Career Center and Northwest State Community College recently partnered to offer a triage simulation for registered nursing and paramedic students. This was the fourth triage simulation that took place at NSCC in the engineering lab. Students responded to the simulated explosion, complete with smoke and sound effects, where they assessed the condition of 14 victims. FCCC Fire and Rescue senior students and mannequins were victims, and there was a range of injuries including some who were deceased. The simulation was designed to provide students with realistic training which will help prepare them for careers in various health care and public service fields. Shown during the simulation are, from left, nursing students Tiera Clark of Bryan and Ahsley Fry of Ney; paramedics Martin Schley of Toledo and Justin Crunkilton of Waterville; and nursing student Ashton King of Defiance, with victim Andrew Selzer of North Central. Public Safety Coordinator Dan Frederick, along with the NSCC nursing staff, coordinated the event.


Four County Career Center and Northwest State Community College recently partnered to offer a triage simulation for registered nursing and paramedic students. This was the fourth triage simulation that took place at NSCC in the engineering lab. Students responded to the simulated explosion, complete with smoke and sound effects, where they assessed the condition of 14 victims. FCCC Fire and Rescue senior students and mannequins were victims, and there was a range of injuries including some who were deceased. The simulation was designed to provide students with realistic training which will help prepare them for careers in various health care and public service fields. Shown during the simulation are, from left, nursing students Tiera Clark of Bryan and Ahsley Fry of Ney; paramedics Martin Schley of Toledo and Justin Crunkilton of Waterville; and nursing student Ashton King of Defiance, with victim Andrew Selzer of North Central. Public Safety Coordinator Dan Frederick, along with the NSCC nursing staff, coordinated the event.

Four County Career Center and Northwest State Community College recently partnered to offer a triage simulation for registered nursing and paramedic students. This was the fourth triage simulation that took place at NSCC in the engineering lab. Students responded to the simulated explosion, complete with smoke and sound effects, where they assessed the condition of 14 victims. FCCC Fire and Rescue senior students and mannequins were victims, and there was a range of injuries including some who were deceased. The simulation was designed to provide students with realistic training which will help prepare them for careers in various health care and public service fields. Shown during the simulation are, from left, nursing students Tiera Clark of Bryan and Ahsley Fry of Ney; paramedics Martin Schley of Toledo and Justin Crunkilton of Waterville; and nursing student Ashton King of Defiance, with victim Andrew Selzer of North Central. Public Safety Coordinator Dan Frederick, along with the NSCC nursing staff, coordinated the event.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/04/web1_mock-emergency.jpgFour County Career Center and Northwest State Community College recently partnered to offer a triage simulation for registered nursing and paramedic students. This was the fourth triage simulation that took place at NSCC in the engineering lab. Students responded to the simulated explosion, complete with smoke and sound effects, where they assessed the condition of 14 victims. FCCC Fire and Rescue senior students and mannequins were victims, and there was a range of injuries including some who were deceased. The simulation was designed to provide students with realistic training which will help prepare them for careers in various health care and public service fields. Shown during the simulation are, from left, nursing students Tiera Clark of Bryan and Ahsley Fry of Ney; paramedics Martin Schley of Toledo and Justin Crunkilton of Waterville; and nursing student Ashton King of Defiance, with victim Andrew Selzer of North Central. Public Safety Coordinator Dan Frederick, along with the NSCC nursing staff, coordinated the event.