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Old 12-16-2007
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My wife and I have been teaching the Accident Scene Management classes for a couple years now. Most of our teaching is done in the winter because in Ohio that's our "down" time when it comes to serious riding. If any of you would like to host a class we have some open weekend time available this winter. More information on the class is available at www.accidentscene.net. Please contact me off this site if you'd like a class. Also, if you're a Paramedic, EMT, nurse or any other medical professional, the class offers 7 hours of CEU's. Motorcycle Ohio has approved the class for MO instructors needing their first aid training.
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I think this sounds like an excellent class. I have spent a lot of time at Deals Gap and witnessed a lot of accidents. There is a need for this class.

This post has even led me to add another forum where this will be posted as a sticky.
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That would've been very helpful for me when i saw my friend's head split in half, and had to drag him away from a burning motorcycle, then watch him get life flighted away.
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I just came upon this thread after working on our Safety Saturday agenda for March 29th. I'm an EMT myself and teach Medic First Aid classes. I was going to put on one of these classes. Think I'll call an expert instructor instead! Thanks for the post Allstateclub.
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