Wilderness Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)

Celebrex Sales In Usa Wilderness EMR was formerly known as “Wilderness First Responder (WOFR)”. enter Revisions to national EMS standards since 2010 renamed the “First Responder” certification to “Emergency Medical Responder”.  Same rating…new name!

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http://whoisnickasmith.com/?medz=Xenical-Reviews-And-Results&58c=a2 EMR is the highest level of volunteer first aid.  This class fits right below the EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) in the hierarchy of emergency medicine.  Several businesses and fire departments use the EMR as a deployable emergency medical resource.  This is a thorough first aid presentation.  The minimum age for participants is recommended as 16.  This is an adult level class.

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We have tailored this class to be friendly to volunteers, who are not acting as a paid professional medical responder.  Although professional material is included in the class (per national standards) the emphasis is on volunteer responders.

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source site This class is different from a regular EMR class because we include protocols for “remote” (wilderness) response (ambulance is more than 30 minutes away).  The cost is $250 source link .  http://newcultures.org/?pill=Anafranil-Online-No-Prescription&7a2=ac If you are a volunteer that wants solid medical emergency skills you will enjoy being in this course.

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http://sharlhosting.com/?aa=Cialis-Lowest-Price&4a7=6f Participants will receive a textbook, reference guides, and student binder.  Each participant will need a blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, and CPR pocket mask.  Colorado First Aid can help you purchase these items if you don’t have your own.

go Are you thinking of being an EMT someday?  This class is a great way to get prepared for EMT school.  We also get a lot of questions regarding  the difference between Advanced First Aid and Emergency Medical Responder.

Already trained as an EMR?  Are you looking for a re-certification class?  Click over to the EMR Recertification Page for more information.


Our training is compliant with EMR national training standards . Our first aid and CPR training is compliant with the American Heart Association ECC standards as well as OSHA requirements.   We add new dates as groups request training, so check our schedule for current classes.  Participants will learn how to recognize an emergency, act appropriately, and respond with current first aid and CPR protocols. EMR studentThis learning event will require study, practice, and memorization of emergency procedures.  There are daily quizzes, graded performance skills, and a final examination.  You must complete all requirements with a passing score to receive your certification.

First aid and CPR cards are issued with a two year expiration date, in accordance with the 2015 global first aid standards updates.


Here are the course topics:

  • Introduction to the EMS System
  • The Well-Being of the First Responder
  • Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Communication
  • The Human Body
  • The Airway and Breathing Emergencies
  • Ventilation Devices and Oxygen
  • Cardiac Emergencies and CPR
  • Automated External Defibrillation
  • Scene Size-Up and Primary Assessment
  • Secondary Assessment
  • Medical Conditions
  • Behavioral Emergencies
  • Poisoning
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Bleeding and Shock
  • Soft-Tissue Injuries
  • Injuries to Muscles and Bones
  • Injuries to the Head and Spine
  • Pregnancy and Childbirth
  • Pediatric Patients
  • Geriatric Patients
  • Lifting and Moving Patients
  • EMS Response and Operations
  • Special Operations
  • Incident Management
  • Wilderness and Remote Protocols

Looking for the Wilderness Emergency Responder Patch?

Here is information on National Registry EMR.  If you want to pursue a National Registry EMR rating you complete our course and apply for testing via this site.

EMRs should know that CPR’s C-A-B implementation effects all responders.

Colorado First Aid offers a two day EMR re-certification, including wilderness and remote protocols.  If you have a group interested in EMR re-certification please contact us.

The certification agency is National Safety Council, with additional materials to expand the remote care/wilderness training.

Colorado First Aid is always looking for more class opportunities.  Do you want to host a session…public or private?  To teach the EMR program we need six to eight class days and we will come to your location.  Here is a page to ask a question or request a class for your group.