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					  Emergency Action Plans (EAP)
               for the
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Athletic Training Education Program
    Student Clinical Experiences
                                 Emergency Protocol
                                     All Seasons Arena

  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A. 1251 Monks Avenue, located on the corner of Balcerzak Ave and Monks Ave
     B. Enter arena from west side (Monks Ave), drive to east side of arena to main doors. Two
        garage doors are available on this side of arena for ambulance unit to enter.
     C. Have ASA staff open garage doors.
     D. For emergency on the practice ice enter through first garage door you come to.
     E. For emergency on the game ice enter through the second garage door.
    Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an
emergency situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic
trainer is present at the site of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is
not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the
             injured athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this
             person is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the
             injured student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE
             the injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                   Emergency Protocol
               Gordy Graham Athletic Training Room (Taylor Center)
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A.   From the intersection of Monks Avenue and Stadium Road
     B.   Head West on Stadium Road
     C.   Go through the four-way stop at Warren Street
     D.   Turn North (right) into Lot 8
     E.   Head straight North between Myers Fieldhouse and the Taylor Center
     F.   Enter building through loading dock doors straight ahead
     G.   Turn right immediately and walk Northeast to the elevator, elevator on your left
     H.   Take elevator to lower level (LL Button)
     I.   Take a left out of the elevator and follow to the end of hallway
     J.   Take another left
     K.   Follow corridor around the arena continuing to turn right
     L.   The first set of double doors on the left is the athletic training room
Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site
of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                   Emergency Protocol
                                Bresnan Arena (Taylor Center)
   1. Dial 911
   2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
   3. Give a brief description of the situation
         • What happened
         • Condition of injured person
         • What first aid is being administered
   4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
   5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
      provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
   6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
      Never hang up first!
   7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.

   Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
   student-athlete.

   Other numbers to call in an emergency:
      Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                          507-389-3229 (office)
      Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                          507-389-5461 (office)
      Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                          507-389-1161 (office)
      Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
       A.   From the intersection of Monks Avenue and Stadium Road
       B.   Head West on Stadium Road
       C.   Go through the four-way stop at Warren Street
       D.   Turn North (right) into Lot 8
       E.   Head straight North between Myers Fieldhouse and the Taylor Center (loading dock driveway)
       F.   Enter building through loading dock doors straight ahead
       G.   Turn right immediately and walk Northeast to the elevator, elevator on your left

Concourse Level
      A. At the elevator turn left down the short hallway
      B. As you come to the end of that hallway turn right heading into the foyer area
      C. The foyer will have glass windows on your left and double doors on the right
      D. The doors on the right will lead you to the concourse

Lower Level
      A. Take elevator to lower level (LL Button)
      B. Take a left out of the elevator and follow to the end of hallway
      C. Take another left
      D. Follow corridor to the first set of double doors on the right
      E. Enter arena through double doors directly to the court floor
      Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site
of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                  Emergency Protocol
                       Blakeslee Stadium/Football Practice Fields
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A. From the Monks Avenue and Stadium Road intersection head West on Stadium Road
     B. Go through the four-way stop on Warren Street
     C. Turn South (left) into parking Lot 7

     Game Field
           A. Will be on the East (left) side
           B. Enter field through gate next to the concession stand on the Northwest end of stadium.

     Practice Fields
            A. Go to the Southwest corner of parking Lot 7
            B. Enter fields through the gates on the North end of the practice fields
                      Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato
                                            Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site
of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                     Emergency Protocol
                                            Baseball Field

  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
         • What happened
         • Condition of injured person
         • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are provided
     at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured student-
  athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A. From the intersection of Monks Avenue and Stadium Road head West on Stadium Road
     B. Turn South (left) on Warren Street
     C. First gravel road on West (right) side, turn in and enter field through North dugout
         Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics
The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site of
injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured athlete
             at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working phone is
             located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person is able
             to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the injured
             student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention, CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is able to
             open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                   Emergency Protocol
                                Franklin Rogers Baseball Park
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
         • What happened
         • Condition of injured person
         • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete, by following written
     directions at the bottom of page and the map to the right.
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
             A.   From the intersection of Madison Ave and North Victory Drive
             B.   Head West on Madison Ave
             C.   Turn North (Right) on Reed Street
             D.   You go about two blocks and the gates to the park are on your right hand side.
             E.   Enter the field through the nearest gate.
      Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site
of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                    Emergency Protocol
                                      Highland Center Pool

  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A.   From the intersection of Monks Avenue and Stadium Road head West on Stadium Road
     B.   Turn North (right) on Ellis and go to the stop sign
     C.   At stop sign turn East (right) into Lot 6
     D.   Go to the Southeast corner of Lot 6
     E.   Go in through the double glass doors to the South
     F.   Go South through vestibule into hallway
     G.   Turn East (left) down the hall about 50ft to the first hallway on your right
     H.   Turn South (right) down the hallway
     I.   First door on your left turns into the pool
       Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site of
injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working phone
             is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured student-
             athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention, CALL
             911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is able
             to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured student-
             athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                  Emergency Protocol
                                      Mankato Golf Club
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A.   Head Northeast on North Riverfront Drive
     B.   Pass under Highway 14 and then North Riverfront Drive turns into Old Highway 22
     C.   Turn right at the Mankato Golf Club sign
     D.   Follow the road as it twists around to the club house
     E.   Enter club house through doors at the Northeast corner of the building
     F.   Follow hallway straight ahead, dining room on the left
     G.   Lounge straight ahead
             Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato
             Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site
of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                  Emergency Protocol
                                       Myers Fieldhouse
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A. From the intersection of Monks Avenue and Stadium Road head West
     B. Heading West on Stadium Road
     C. Turn North (right) into Lot 8 between Taylor Center and Myers Fieldhouse toward the loading
        dock.
     D. Enter Myers Fieldhouse through the double doors on your left.
     E. These doors take you into the track area.
             Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato
             Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site
of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                    Emergency Protocol
                                         Schellberg Gym
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
             A.   From the intersection of Monks Avenue and Stadium Road head west
             B.   Turn North (right) on Ellis Avenue
             C.   Go to the stop sign and turn Right into Lot 6
             D.   Go to the Southeast corner of the parking lot
             E.   Drive on sidewalk passing Schellberg and Pennington
             F.   Enter Highland Center through the double glass doors
             G.   Turn Left immediately heading North down the hallway
             H.   The gym double doors are on the Left side about _ of the way down the hallway
                           Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato
                                                    Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site of
injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working phone
             is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured student-
             athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention, CALL
             911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is able
             to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured student-
             athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                    Emergency Protocol
                                  Soccer Pitch/ Softball Field

   1. Dial 911
   2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
   3. Give a brief description of the situation
         • What happened
         • Condition of injured person
         • What first aid is being administered
   4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
   5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
      provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
   6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
      Never hang up first!
   7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


   Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
   student-athlete.

   Other numbers to call in an emergency:
      Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                          507-389-3229 (office)
      Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                          507-389-5461 (office)
      Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                          507-389-1161 (office)
      Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:

       A. From the Monks Avenue and the Stadium Road intersection head West
       B. Going west on Stadium Road, turn south (left) on Ellis Ave
       C. Go South past Gage Towers and into Lot 1

Soccer:
       D. Pitch field is on the South end of Lot 1
       E. Gate will be open at the Northeast corner of Pitch field
       E. Drive ambulance onto the field

Softball:
       D.   Go to the South end of Lot 1 and turn West (right)
       E.   Between the handicap parking there is a paved drive-way take that through the gate
       F.   Softball filed is to the North (right)
       G.   Enter field from the South dugout
      Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an
emergency situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer
is present at the site of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present
at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                                    Emergency Protocol
                                    Swanson Tennis Center
                                          Gustavus
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
        • What happened
        • Condition of injured person
        • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete. (Written directions are
     provided at the bottom of page with a map to the right.)
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
     A.   Heading Northeast on South 7th Street
     B.   Turn Northwest (left) on Grace Street
     C.   Follow Grace Street as it curves to the North and then quickly to the Southwest
     D.   Turn Right on to Campus Drive heading Southwest
     E.   Take the first Right after College View Apartments
     F.   Pull into Lot L and use the entrance on the East side of the Swanson Tennis center
     G.   Enter into the Lobby and go to the doors on the Left for courts 1,2,3 use doors on the Right for
          courts 4,5,6
       Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site of
injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working phone
             is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured student-
             athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention, CALL
             911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is able
             to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured student-
             athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
              GENERAL EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN FOR
                  MANKATO WEST HIGH SCHOOL

When the Certified Athletic Trainer is on site:

       -   ATC will make the determination of the necessity of EMS. The ATC will call
           911 to Activate EMS and describe situation and the location to which the
           ambulance should go.

When the Certified Athletic Trainer is not on site:

       -   The Activities Director or Event Site Manager will determine necessity of
           EMS. The AD or site manager will call 911 to activate EMS and describe
           situation and the location to which the ambulance should go.


In the event that a practice is going on before school hours or after normal hours that an
ATC would be present, the coach will make the determination for the necessity of EMS.
EMERGENCY CARE PLAN
                              Emergency Care Plan
                                  All Season’s Arena
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.       1251 Monks Avenue, located on the corner of Balcerzak Ave. and Monks Ave.
        2.       Enter area from West side (Monks Ave), drive to east side of the arena to main
                 doors. Two garage doors are available on this side of arena for EMS crew to
                 enter
        3.       Have ASA staff open garage doors
        4.       For emergency on the North rink, enter through the first garage door you see.
        5.       For emergency on the South (game) ice enter through the second garage door.
        6.       Someone will be at this access point to direct EMS crew to the injured athlete.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer         507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director           507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                     507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal           507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                 Athletic Training/Team Meeting Room
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the West parking lot (between the school and YMCA) off of Riverfront
                Drive and park by Door E (The bus drop-off and pick-up site).
        2.      Enter the building through Door E. Someone should be waiting to meet the EMS
                crew at this door
        3.      Proceed down the hallway about 100 ft and turn left into a small hallway.
        4.      Walk down the stairs and take a right, walking down the hallway.
        5.      The girl’s locker room entrance will be roughly 20 ft. down the hallway. Turn
                left into the entrance.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer         507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director           507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                     507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal           507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                              Baseball Practice Fields
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.       Pull into the parking lot off of Pleasant Street.
        2.       At this point there will be someone waiting to direct the EMS crew to the injured
                 athlete.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer         507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director           507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                     507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal           507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                                 Boy’s Locker Room
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the West parking lot (between the school and YMCA) off of Riverfront
                Drive and park by Door E (The bus drop-off and pick-up site).
        2.      Enter the building through Door E. Someone should be waiting to meet the EMS
                crew at this door
        3.      Proceed down the hallway about 80 feet and turn left up the stairs to the 2nd floor.
        4.      Walk down the hallway about 60 feet and turn left into the boy’s locker room.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer          507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director            507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                      507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal            507-387-3461
                                   Emergency Protocol
                             Mankato West High School Track
  1. Dial 911
  2. Identify yourself and your position at the school.
  3. Give a brief description of the situation
         • What happened
         • Condition of injured person
         • What first aid is being administered
  4. Give the telephone number from where you are calling.
  5. Give specific directions to the location of the injured student-athlete, by following written
     directions at the bottom of page and the map to the right.
  6. Wait for medical dispatcher to tell you to hang up or they hang up first.
     Never hang up first!
  7. Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.


  Have someone present at all access areas and gates to lead EMS crew to the location of the injured
  student-athlete.

  Other numbers to call in an emergency:
     Jeff Chambers          Head ATC     507-317-2541(cell)
                                         507-389-3229 (office)
     Sarah Downey           Asst. ATC    507-317-2544 (cell)
                                         507-389-5461 (office)
     Jason Bushie           Asst. ATC    507-317-2543 (cell)
                                         507-389-1161 (office)
     Campus Security        507-389-2111

Directions:
             A. From the intersection of South Riverfront Drive and County Highway 16 (Stoltzman
                Road)
             B. Head South on Hwy 16 for about one block
             C. Enter the parking lot on your right through the first driveway that you come to
             D. The track entrance will be in the Southwest corner of the parking lot.
      Emergency Protocols for Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletics

The following procedures fare the protocols (from the MSU athletic training room) to follow during an emergency
situation occurring with athletics. Follow Type I emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is present at the site
of injury. Follow Type II emergency protocol when an athletic trainer is not present at the site of injury.

When an injury/illness occurs during a practice or event, follow these protocols:

TYPE I (Certified athletic trainer present at site of injury)
        1. Keep other athletes and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT move the injured
             athlete at this time.
        2. If the injured student-athlete is conscious, keep them as calm as possible.
                 A. If unconscious or injury/illness is considered an emergency, CALL 911
        3. Assign a person to call for an ambulance, if necessary (ALWAYS know where the nearest working
             phone is located)
        4. Monitor ABC’s and treat the injured student-athlete accordingly.
        5. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive at the school grounds. Make sure this person
             is able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow emergency personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        6. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        7. All other coaches and staff not treating the injured athlete need to control the surrounding area.
        8. The athletic trainer will contact the student-athletes family accordingly.


TYPE II (athletic training staff is not present)
        1. Keep other student-athlete and spectators away from the injured student-athlete. DO NOT MOVE the
             injured student-athlete at this time.
        2. Keep the student-athlete calm and treat the injured student-athlete with basic CPR/First Aid skills.
        3. If the injured/ill student-athlete is unconscious or situation requires immediate medical attention,
             CALL 911.
                 A. Assign a person to call 911
                 B. Know where the nearest working phone is located
        4. Assign a person to meet the ambulance once they arrive on campus grounds. Make sure this person is
             able to open all necessary gates and doors to allow the ambulance personnel access to the injured
             student-athlete.
        5. Notify campus security that an ambulance has been called at 389-2111.
        6. Assist the ambulance crew as needed.
        7. Notify certified athletic trainer to inform them of the emergency event.
        8. The certified athletic trainer will contact the student-athlete’s family accordingly.
                              Emergency Care Plan
                                 Girl’s Locker Room
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the West parking lot (between the school and YMCA) off of Riverfront
                Drive and park by Door E (The bus drop-off and pick-up site).
        2.      Enter the building through Door E. Someone should be waiting to meet the EMS
                crew at this door
        3.      Proceed down the hallway about 100 ft and turn left into a small hallway.
        4.      Walk down the stairs and take a right, walking down the hallway.
        5.      The girl’s locker room entrance will be roughly 60 ft down the hallway.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer         507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director           507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                     507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal           507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                           Gymnasium/Fitness Center
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.
Directions:
-Main Gymnasium
        1.      Enter the West parking lot (between the school and YMCA) off of Riverfront
                Drive and park by Door E (The bus drop-off and pick-up site).
        2.      Enter the building through Door E. Someone should be waiting to meet the EMS
                crew at this door
        3.      Proceed down the hallway about 125 feet and turn left
        4.      The Gymnasium will be just through the doors in ahead.
-Fitness Center
        5.      Proceed to the North end of the gymnasium
        6.      Go through the doors and the Fitness Center is directly across the hall.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer          507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director            507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                      507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal            507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                                 North Tennis Courts
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the East parking lot off of Stoltzman Road
        2.      Drive to the north end of the parking lot where the tennis courts are located (along
                Riverfront Drive)
        3.      Someone will be waiting to meet the EMS crew and direct them to the injured
                athlete.


Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer         507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director           507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                     507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal           507-387-3461
                                                     Minnesota State University, Mankato                                              Key Permit Type                                                                             Fee
                                                                                        2003-04                                  G         Reserved Gold                                                                          $210
                                                      •   DAYTIME PARKING: BY PERMIT WHERE INDICATED.                                          12 month Permit – $210 Fall; $126 Spring; $42 Summer
                                                      •   NIGHTTIME PARKING: DURING WEEKDAYS PERMIT                                        Reserved gold permit holders can only park in their designated gold permit lot or in a
                                                          REQUIRED UNTIL 6:30 P.M. MON. - THURS; 4:00 P.M. FRI.                            general purple permit stall. After 4:00 P.M. they can park in any gold permit stall regard-
                                                      •   WEEKEND PARKING: NO PERMIT REQUIRED                                              less of the lot designation on the face of the gold parking permit.
                                                          EXCEPT HANDICAP, FIRE LANES, FACILITIES
                                                          MANAGEMENT AND VENDOR SPACES.                                                    Nighttime gold permits are available to general purple permit holders (both an       $20 per
                                                                                                                                           individual’s purple and nighttime gold must be hanging at the same time). Nighttime semester
                                                                                                                                           gold may park in any regular gold permit stall after 4:00 P.M. Monday thru Thursday.
                                                                                                                                  P        General Purple                                                                            $116
                                                                                                                                               Academic Year Permit – $116 Fall; $58 Spring
                                                                                                                                           General purple permit holders can park in purple permit stalls or orange permit
                                                                                                                                           stalls. FREE Bus Tag and nighttime Red Eye Shuttle service provided.
                                                                                                                                           Nighttime general purple permits allow night class students to park in any general purple $62
                                                                                                                                           stall Monday thru Thursday from 4:00 P.M. to 2:00 A.M. $62 Fall; $31 Spring
                                                                                                                                 O         Orange - Lots 21 & 22 only                                                               $84
                                                                                                                                             Academic Year Permit – $84 Fall; $42 Spring
                                                                                                                                           FREE Bus Tag provided.
                                                                                                                                GR         Green - Close-In On-Campus Residence Hall Parking                                  $150
                                                                                                                                               Academic Year Permit – $150 Fall; $75 Spring
                                                                                                                                           Residence hall parking is divided into two zones: the Gage Area Zone includes Lots 1 and
                                                                                                                                           3 and Ellis Ave. on-street stalls east of Gage A Tower; the McElroy/Crawford Zone in-
                                                                                                                                           cludes Lots 13, 15 and 16 (except Reserved Gold stalls) and Lot 14 near Crawford C Hall.
                                                                                                                                           Must be a residence hall student during 2002-03.
                                                                                                                                DGR        Dark Green - More-Distant On-Campus Residence Hall Parking                             $62
                                                                                                                                              Academic Year Permit – $62 Fall; $31 Spring
                                                                                                                                           Discount residence hall parking. Dark green permit holders park in Lot 20a, or if full, Lot
                                                                                                                                           21. CCTV camera monitors are located in Lot 20. Must be a residence hall student
                                                                                                                                           during 2002-03. FREE Bus Tag and nighttime Red Eye Shuttle service provided.
                                                                                                                                 LB        Light Blue - Vendor Delivery Services Zone                              $210
                                                                                                                                              12 Month Permit – $210 Fall; $126 Spring; $42 Summer
                                                                                                                                           Must park in specially signed areas; A paper “temporary” Brown colored permit
                                                                                                                                           available $5 per day, $10 per week.
                                                                                                                                 DB    ❉   Dark Blue - Handicap                                                                  $84
                                                                                                                                               12 Month Permit – $84 Fall; $48 Spring; $12 Summer
                                                                                                                                           Holders of the handicap permit can park in any handicap stall or if full, any gold permit,
                                                                                                                                           purple permit, green permit, yellow permit, or time meter stalls. For MSU students or
                                                                                                                                           employees a special MSU blue hanging handicap permit is required beyond the state
                                                                                                                                           issued handicap dashboard permits or license plates. MSU permit required 6:00 A.M. to
                                                                                                                                           6:30 P.M. Monday thru Thursday; 6:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Friday. Handicap dashboard
                                                                                                                                           certificate and/or license plate required at all times.
                                                                                                                                           Nighttime handicap permits required during the academic year until 6:30 P.M.          $30
                                                                                                                                           Monday thru Thursday and 4:00 P.M. Friday. $30 Fall; $15 Spring
                                                                                                                                 M         Parking Meters                         25¢ for 15 minutes/50¢ for 30 minutes maximum
                                                                                                                                           Visitors Paylot (Lot 4)                                  $2 for first hour, $1 per hour
                                                                                                                                           Lot 21 Paybox                                                               $1 per hour
                                                                                                                                  S    L   Silver - Motorcycle                                                                  $54 or
                                                                                                                                               Academic Year Permit                                              $27 with other permit
                                                                                                                                           Must park in specially signed areas.
                                                                                                                                           White - Complimentary                                                       No Charge
                                                                                                                                           Holders of the white permit (media, community leaders, emeriti faculty and other retir-
                                                                                                                                           ees) can park in general purple or orange stalls when visiting the campus on weekdays.
                                                                                                                                           White permit holders can park in gold permit stalls during summer.
                                                                                                                                  B        Brown - Temporary Hanging Permit
                                                                                                                                           Location determined at time of purchase. $5 per day/$15 per week; $10 minimum for
                                                                                                                                           handicap; Lot 20a residence hall student parking $5 minimum/$10 per week.
                                                                                                                                  R        Red                                                                            $36
                                                                                                                                               Academic Year Permit – $36 Fall; $18 Spring
                                                                                                                                           Overnight parking for MSU night shift employees in special designated areas. Gold,
                                     5/03                                                                                                  Purple, and Orange permit holders may apply for a red overnight permit which are
                                                                                                                                           issued free by facilities services manager. Both the red and regular permit must be
                                      Lot colorations and rates may be modified mid-year following review and recommenda-                  hung at the same time.
                                      tion by the Parking Advisory Committee. The University reserves the right, based on
                                      demand load and vacancy studies, to adjust permit color designations shown on the           Y        Yellow - Residence Hall Guest                                                  No Charge
ALL RESIDENCE HALL GREEN PERMIT       map. Such changes will be published in the Minnesota State Reporter, and/or electroni-               Must park in yellow signed stalls close to each residence hall or may park in green stalls
     STALLS FREE FROM FRIDAY          cally posted on the MSU e-mail system and can be obtained at the Campus Access Hub. An               Thursday 6:00 P.M. to Sunday 6:00 P.M. during academic year. Lot 20a remains the overflow
    12 NOON UNTIL SUNDAY 6:00 P.M.    enforcement grace period allows permit holders to become accustomed to signage changes.              lot for yellow permit holders. Permits issued by residence hall complex front desks.
                                 Minnesota State Parking Footnotes
Permit Type                        Coverage                                                       Days
*Reserved Gold                     6:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.                  Year round             Monday-Thursday
                                   6:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.                  Year round             Friday
Gold Nighttime                     4:00 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.                  Academic Year          Monday-Thursday
General Purple & Orange            6:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.                  Academic Year          Monday-Thursday
                                   6:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.                                         Friday
                                   (Summer - Free)
Nighttime General Purple           4:00 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.                  Academic Year          Monday-Thursday
                                   (Summer - Free)
Green                              24 hours a day beginning                Academic Year          Sunday-Friday
                                   Sunday 6:00 P.M. through
                                   Friday 12 NOON (Summer - Free)
*Handicap                          24 hours a day                          Year round             Every day
*Curbs/Traffic Lanes
 Sidewalks/Grass
Meters
                                   24 hours a day                          Year round             Every day
                                                                                                                                       Parking Map
 Non-Residence Hall
 Non-Residence Hall
 Residence Hall Regular
                                   7:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M./4:00 P.M. Summer
                                   7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
                                   7:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M.              Academic Year
                                                                                                  Monday-Thursday
                                                                                                  Friday
                                                                                                  Monday-Friday
                                                                                                                                                      2003-04
Residence Hall
 Discount Green (Lot 20a)          24 hours a day beginning                Academic Year          Sunday-Friday
                                   Sunday 6:00 P.M. through

Visitors Paylot
 Regular year
                                   Friday 12 NOON (Summer - Free)

                                   7:00 A.M. to 10:30 P.M.                                        Monday-Thursday
                                                                                                                                           NEED HELP?
                                   7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.                                         Friday
 Summer Semester                   7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.                                         Monday-Friday                    Policy or Permit Questions
*During interims or breaks between academic semesters, coverage is limited to Reserved Gold permit stalls,
fire zones and handicap spaces due to the reduction in the number of parking enforcement officers. National                                  Campus Access Hub
holidays coverage is limited to handicap stalls, fire zones and safety related issues.                                      Phone 507-389-1866 (V), 800-627-3529 or 711 (MRS/TTY)
Free Parking – Where                                                                     Free Parking – When
• Free Lot 23 (across from Jake’s Stadium Pizza).                                        6:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M.
                                                                                                                                              Fax 507-389-2227
• Nighttime enforcement of violations for “no permit” ends at 6:30 P.M.                  6:30 P.M. to 2:00 A.M.                               thehub@mnsu.edu
  though coverage will still be maintained for residence hall parking and                  Monday-Friday
  handicap parking. Permit enforcement of Reserved Gold and Purple                       6:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M.
  and Orange permit stalls will not occur between 6:30 P.M. and 2:00 A.M.
• Special event parking where organizers have obtained prior permission
                                                                                          Saturday and Sunday
                                                                                         As approved on                            Citation Appeals/Questions
  for free parking in Lots 21, 22 or 23.                                                  individual basis
• Green and Purple permit stalls.                                                        Interims & Summer Session                         Parking and Traffic Services
• Paylot.                                                                                Interims
                                                                                                                                         Phone 507-389-2111 (V/TTY)
 All enforcement begins Aug. 25, 2003. Exceptions include Nighttime General Purple after the first week of each semester.
                                                                                                                                           Wiecking Center Room 222
        Parking prohibited in all lots and on-street parking areas between 2:00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M.
              without special permission from Parking and Traffic Services Coordinator.                                         Electronic appeal form exists on Parking website.
                                           Overnight Parking Allowed
Permit Type              Location                                                        Lot Conditions                                           www.mnsu.edu/parking
Green                    Residence Hall Parking                    _____                 Paved, camera monitored
                         Lots 1, 3, Ellis Street South, 13, 14, 15, 16)
Red                      Specially designated areas                   _____              Check with Parking &                       A member of the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities System.
                                                                                         Traffic Services Coordinator                  MSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity University.
Yellow Paper             In designated areas within                   _____                                                   This document is available in alternative format to individuals with disabilities
                         residence hall lots or Lot 20a                                  Paved, camera monitored,              by calling The Hub at 507-389-1866 (V), 800-627-3529 or 711 (MRS/TTY).
                                                                                         lighting installed
Dark Green               Lot 20a                                      _____              Paved, camera monitored                                                                                            As of May, 2003
                              Emergency Care Plan
                                               Pool
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the West parking lot (between the school and YMCA) off of Riverfront
                Drive and park by Door E (The bus drop-off and pick-up site).
        2.      Park at the far north end of the parking lot next to the staircase entering the pool
                area.
        3.      Someone will be waiting to escort the EMS crew to the injured athlete.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer           507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director             507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                       507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal             507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                                       Softball Field
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the East parking lot off of Stoltzman Road
        2.      Proceed through the parking lot to the softball field.
        3.      Someone will be at the softball field to direct EMS to the injured athlete.


Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer          507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director            507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                      507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal            507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                                 South Tennis Courts
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the East parking lot off of Stoltzman Road
        2.      Drive toward the softball field.
        3.      Drive onto the walking path that leads to the football/track stadium.
        4.      Continue driving along the football field to the tennis courts located on the far end
                of the field.
        5.      Someone will be waiting to meet the EMS crew and direct them to the injured
                athlete.


Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer          507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director            507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                      507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal            507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                           Football Stadium and Track
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the West parking lot (between the school and YMCA) off of Riverfront
                Drive.
        2.      Proceed through the parking lot to the northwest gate of the stadium located at the
                South End of the parking lot. Someone will be waiting there to direct EMS to the
                injured athlete.
        3.      Drive down the hill onto the track and football field as deemed necessary.

Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer         507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director           507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                     507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal           507-387-3461
                              Emergency Care Plan
                   South Locker Room/Wrestling Room
   1.        Dial 911
   2.        Identify yourself and your position at the school (or event)
   3.        Give a brief description of the situation
             a. What happened?
             b. Condition of the injured person
             c. First aide being administered
   4.        Give the phone number from where you are calling.
   5.        Give specific directions to the location of the injured person. (Directions are
             provided on this page and on the map next to this sheet).
   6.        Take directions from dispatcher and DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL YOU ARE
             TOLD TO BY DISPATCH!
   7.        Wait for possible return call to confirm your instructions.
   8.        Have someone present at access point highlighted in directions below to lead EMS
             crew to the injured athlete. Pace people at other entrances in case EMS comes to the
             wrong entrance point.

Directions:
        1.      Enter the East parking lot off of Stoltzman Road
        2.      Proceed through the parking lot to the softball field. Drive onto the walking path
                leading to the football/track stadium. As you drive around the corner of the
                school building, you will see a gate and garage door on your right.
        3.      Someone will be at the gate waiting to take you to the injured athlete


Location of Medical Supplies:
        1.      AED is located just outside the main doors of the gym by the auditorium
        2.      Athletic Training Room

Emergency Contacts:
Randy Palmer                   Head Athletic Trainer         507-381-1729

Sharon Euerle                  Activities Director           507-387-3402

Bruce Borchers                 Principal                     507-387-3461

Brian Gersich                  Assistant Principal           507-387-3461

				
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