Range Safety and Medical Plan Template In Case Of Emergency Dial 911 Address of Range • Unsure use Google

Maps or local residents Major Intersection / Cross Streets • Direction from Intersection • Remember State Highway vs Street Name or Number (List Both) GPS (Use Google Maps) Test Cell Phone Providers and Signal Strength • ATT, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile • Record the strongest/best signal and best locations to call from Fire/EMS/LE Provider for the Area • Meet with them and exchange information • Contact Info • Address • Capabilities • Transport Information - Ground vs. Air • Invite them to come and shoot sometime General info for All Shooters on the Range • Advise all class participants or shooters who is the Primary Medical Care Provider for the day • Inquire as to who has TCCC or at least Emergency Medical Responder or Combat Life Saver training within the last two years • Show all participants and shooters the location of the Medical Kit • Review this plan with all participants and shooters When an Injury Occurs • All Operations will stop IMMEDIATELY • All weapons will be made safe • Drop the magazine - Lock the Slide/Bolt back and leave in the open • Range Safety Officer will assume control of the scene • The RSO will determine what course of action to take • Call 911 and begin First Aid/CPR and Trauma Management for injured parties When 911 is Called • Provide 911 Operator with all information requested • Location and call back number • Number of injured parties • Types of Injuries Post people at key points to assist with access • • Nobody will leave the range until released by LE or Staff • ALL patrons will cooperate with ALL First Responders at ALL times • LE will be jumpy and will be very cautious - Don’t make them more so • Lots of guns and probably no friendly faces (This is why we meet with them - often) !