ASTM International - ASTM F1654-95(2007)
Standard Guide for Training and Evaluation of Individuals Who are Responsible for or Perform Triage in a Prehospital Environment
|Publication Date:||1 February 2007|
|ICS Code (Management of human resources):||03.100.30|
|ICS Code (First aid):||11.160|
significance And Use:
This guide is intended for use by those responsible for the development and implementation of training programs, that include competency evaluation, for triage in the prehospital... View More
This guide is intended for use by those responsible for the development and implementation of training programs, that include competency evaluation, for triage in the prehospital environment.
This guide is not intended to be used by itself, but as a component of Guide F 1288.
This guide acknowledges many types of individuals with varying levels of emergency medical training. It also establishes a minimum training standard and encourages the addition of optional knowledge, skill, and attitudinal objectives.
A vital role in the development and operational application of triage is that of medical control. This guide should be used by medical directors in the determination of operational and medical protocols for use during MCIs and coordinated with those who are responsible for training.
At the beginning of the program, students shall be informed of the course objectives and requirements for successful completion.View Less
1.1 This guide covers minimum requirements for the training and evaluation of individuals who perform triage at an emergency medical incident involving multiple casualties in a prehospital environment.
1.2 All training will be in accordance with Guide F 1653.
1.3 Included in this guide is a standard for knowledge and skill evaluation.
1.4 Operating within the framework of this guide may expose personnel to hazardous materials, procedures and equipment. For additional information see Practice F 1031 and Guides F 1219, F 1253, F 1285, F 1288, F 1453 and F 1489.
This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. For specific precautionary statements, see the document cited in Footnote 3.