Why Remote Medicine Awareness Training
The Remote Medicine Awareness Training course allows companies to train their employees to be better prepared and respond to medical emergencies in remote and challenging locations.
A global leader in the provision of remote medical training and support services, Remote Medical International® is pleased to announce the addition of Remote Medicine Awareness Training (RMAT) to its broad range of courses. Designed with corporate travelers in mind, this hands-on and scenario-based class allows employers to fulfill their duty of care obligations when sending staff overseas by providing clear instruction on how to act and care for ill or injured patients in a high-risk environment.
“The world is getting smaller, but unfortunately, not safer.” said Wayne Wager, CEO of Remote Medical International. “Our new RMAT course enables companies to prepare their employees, keeping them safe and healthy when traveling while meeting their duty of care obligations, whether they are five minutes or five hundred miles away from a hospital.”
Students learn how to properly:
- Plan a trip and mitigate the risks in specific locations
- Assess a scene and recognize and avoid threats
- Manage basic injuries and illnesses
- Respond to mass casualty and motor vehicle incidents
The eight-hour course is available as a private training for groups or organizations. Remote Medical International has provided remote and wilderness medical training to over 17,000 students worldwide and their training courses range from Basic First Aid to an advanced Remote Medicine for the Advanced Provider course for medical professionals. RMI certifications are accredited, respected, and accepted by a wide range of military, commercial, and non-governmental organizations. Learn more about the course here.
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