James Perry – JV Boys Basketball Coach EMERGENCY PLAN PROCEDURES A. Medical Personnel or Coach 1. Take charge of situation. 2. Alert previously assigned people to their tasks. B. Medical Personnel, C. Assistant D. Athletic E. Staff Member in coach, or designee Coach/Administrator Director/Administrator attendance/Trusted Parent Head Coach/Athletic (Name and alternate person (Name and alternate person (Name and alternate person Director in charge of uninjured responsible for phoning for responsible for flagging (Name and alternate person athletes) emergency medical down emergency vehicle) in charge of injured athlete) 1. Direct uninjured athletes assistance) 1. Go to designated 1. Calm and assure athlete. to a safe area. 1. Get coins from first aid location to flag down 2. If possible, 2. Have a plan in place to kit if needed for phone emergency vehicle. determine nature divert the attention of call. Site Location and extent of injury. uninjured athletes from 2. Location of nearest High School Parking Lot- 3. If possible, privately the emergency situation. phone by site of Eastside entrance by report nature and extent 3. Use accepted procedure activity: gymnasium entrance of injury to person or dismiss uninjured Site Location (Note that the site and calling for emergency athletes from Gym-First Aid kit behind location information medical assistance. practice/competition. the home team bench- cell corresponds to D. 6. If no *Requires First Aid and phone phone is within reasonable Emergency Medical Skills distance from the activity 4. If athlete is unconscious Gym-Coaches Office site, flag person should go to or a spinal injury is a location where a vehicle suspected, do not move High School-Main Office can be flagged down.) the athlete. 2. Direct emergency 5. Provide appropriate 3. Emergency phone medical personnel to emergency care if number by site of injured athlete. warranted. activity: a. ABC’s (open Site Phone No. Airways, restore Breathing, and First Aid Kit phone list- Restore Circulation) 911 b. Control bleeding by direct pressure. Local Ambulance Base c. For heat stroke, (810) 638-5026 immediately cool body by cold Police Station (810) 638- sponging, immersion 2110 in cold water, and cold packs. 4. Report the nature of the d. For shock, have injury and calmly athlete lie down, respond to questions. calm athlete, elevate 5. Directions to site: feet unless head Site Directions injury, control athletes temperature, High School Gymansium- loosen tight fitting Take M-13 to Easton Rd. clothing, and control Will be on right hand side pain or bleeding if if going East. necessary. e. For allergic reaction, Gymnasium-Through ana-kit if available. South entrance, down the 6. If coach is tending to the hall to the left. athlete, transfer care to emergency medical 6. Location of flag person personnel. (Note that the by site: Medical Release Form and Site Location one individual whose name appears on the form must High School Parking Lot- accompany the athlete to the Eastside entrance by medical center unless entrance to the parents or guardians are gymnasium.______ available.) 7. Athlete’s Medical A. Medical Personnel or Coach, continued ____________ __________ Information must be 3. Contact parents, guardians or their designees. 7. Remain on the phone available. 4. Complete an injury report form. other person hangs until up. 8. Return to person attending to injured athlete and privately report status of emergency medical assistance.