S-359, Medical Unit Leader, 2000

S-359 Decorative banner: Three photo of wildland fire medical operations. Two medics push a stretcher on a single wheel down a trail. Dozens of wildland firefighters work in assembly line fashion to move an injured firefighter down a mountain side. A fire medic applies eye solution to a firefighter's eye.

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Minimum Instructor Qualifications

Lead and unit instructors must be qualified as Medical Unit Leader (MEDL).

See Instructor Standards Section for more information.

Certification Date:

2000-03

Previous Certification Date(s):

2000-03

Course Components:

TitleNFES NumberProduct DateTypeDistributionPrevious Edition
S-359 Instructor Guide
001929
2000-03
Instructor Guide
Cache
2000-03
S-359 CD-ROM Course Materials
002587
2000-03
CD Rom
Cache
2000-03
S-359 Student Workbook
001930
2000-03
Student Workbook
Cache
2000-03
S-359 Field Reference Guide
002588
2000-03
Field Reference Guide
Cache
2000-03

 

Instructors should reference the Incident Emergency Medical Subcommittee (IEMS) website when discussing medical protocols on page 2.5 of Unit 2, Establishing and Maintaining the Unit. Click on the Minimum Standards button for current information on medical protocols for incidents.

The site also contains a variety of additional information and resources designed for EMS personnel who will organize and manage an incident medical unit. Instructors should make students aware of this website.

Applies to 2000 Version

Support Link: Support Document Link

 

Page Last Modified / Reviewed: 
2019-06-11

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