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2 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Welcome

3 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Course Objectives Upon completing this course, you will know how to: Identify the differences between the two portable radio models used in MCFRS. Ensure your radio is ready for use before beginning your shift. Change to appropriate talkgroups for incident and non-incident activity. Declare and emergency by radio and clear an accidental activation. Use the radio in a variety of atypical scenarios.

4 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Course Outline We will covering the following today: Hardware Basics Shift Change BLS Scenarios Box Alarm Scenario Emergency Button Radio Customization What-If Scenarios Assessment Test

5 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Hardware Basics

6 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Hardware Basics 7000: Unit Officers HazMat Personnel Chiefs Command Staff 6000: Everyone Else

7 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Hardware Basics

8 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Shift Change

9 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Signal Strength Battery Strength Radio Display

10 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Shift Change To See the Percentage: Find the Batt menu option. Press the button below the Batt menu. Press the button below the Exit menu when you have finished. ZoneScan BattExit

11 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Battery Release

12 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Shift Change ZoneScan Batt

13 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Radio Etiquette

14 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Radio Etiquette When calling Montgomery: Identify your unit first, then add “to Montgomery.” Wait for a response, then think about what you’re going to say before you say it. Press and hold your Push-to-Talk (PTT) button, wait for the acknowledge tone and then say what you need to say.

15 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training I just transported you the other day. This unit is still not a taxi. ! ! Washington Post Test

16 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Jurisdiction Identification: COG ZoneJurisdiction 0DC 1Arlington 2Alexandria 3Airport Authority 4Fairfax 5Prince William 6Loudon 7Montgomery 8PG 9Frederick

17 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS Scenarios

18 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: A Basic Call for a Sick Person (Listen to the dispatch.)

19 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: A Basic Call for a Sick Person

20 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: A Basic Call for a Sick Person To Change Zones: Click the button for the Zone menu. Click the up or down arrow button as needed (down, in this case). Click the button for Sel(ect). SelExit ZoneScan Batt

21 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: A Basic Call for a Sick Person Shady Grove Adventist Hospital (SGAH)

22 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: A Basic Call for a Sick Person ZoneScan Batt

23 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: A Basic Call for a Sick Person

24 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: A Basic Call for a Sick Person

25 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Using EMRC ZoneScan Batt (Listen to the dispatch.)

26 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Using EMRC

27 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Using EMRC EMRC: Emergency Medical Resource Center (Baltimore) EMRC is used to: Arrange a consult Determine hospital status Reach hospital personnel who aren’t responding

28 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Using EMRC ZoneScan Batt

29 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Using EMRC Here’s what you would say: “EMRC, EMRC, this is Montgomery [unit name/number], requesting a consult with [hospital name].” Once you and hospital personnel are on the same talkgroup, say: “I have a priority [#] patient with no medic on board. The patient has taken three rounds of nitro, per protocol, but his pain relief is short and he still ahs chest pain. He’s registered a 7 of 10 on the pain scale and I’m requesting to give him more nitro until the medic arrives.”

30 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Using EMRC ZoneScan Batt

31 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training ZoneScan Batt BLS: Using EMRC

32 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Hospital Page ZoneScan Batt

33 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Hospital Page To Page a Hospital: Go to the hospital’s designated talkgroup. Find and press the button below the Page menu. Press your PTT and wait for a response.

34 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BLS: Hospital Page EMRCHospital Zone Get orders Get consults Be recorded Give arrival time estimates

35 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Box Alarm Scenario

36 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scenario 3: Box Alarm (Listen to the dispatch.)

37 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scenario 3: Box Alarm

38 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scenario 3: Box Alarm ZoneScan Batt

39 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training *7E *7D *7C *7F Scenario 3: Box Alarm

40 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Emergency Button

41 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scenario 4A: Accidental Emergency Activation Emergency Key Pressed July 11, :08:02 Unit: A702 Current Event: Unit is not currently assigned to an event. OK

42 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scenario 4A: Accidental Emergency Activation Correct Procedure Press and hold the Emergency button until you see the word Emergency disappear from the radio screen. Contact ECC to report your accidental activation.

43 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scenario 4B: Real Emergency Signal 3 Danger from other people Mayday Danger from environment

44 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training You BC Scenario 4B: Real Emergency

45 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Emergency You BC Scenario 4B: Real Emergency

46 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Emergency You BC Scenario 4B: Real Emergency

47 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Emer Rcvd No NotificationNotification Scenario 4B: Real Emergency

48 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scenario 4B: Real Emergency Emer Rcvd Don’t touch!

49 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Radio Customization

50 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Customization: Keypad Lock

51 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Customization: Mute To Mute the Keypad Tones: Click the right arrow button to change menus. Click the button beneath the Mute menu. ZoneScan Batt

52 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Scan Scan enables you to: Pick up radio traffic on other talkgroups Hear any radio traffic on FDTA within a close radius (safety net) ZoneScan Batt

53 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training What-If Scenarios

54 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training FDTA One Mile

55 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training FDTA There are four major points to note for FDTA: Don’t try to call Montgomery. Remember that there’s no emergency button. Scan FDTA. Maintain proper radio procedures.

56 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Failsoft Failsoft Rules: Keep quiet unless you have something vitally important to say. Stay on the same talkgroup. Turn scan feature off. (Remember to turn it back on when out of failsoft.)

57 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training VHF

58 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training VHF 6000 (Non-Officer) 7000 (Officer) ECC

59 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Special Event

60 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training You BC VRS

61 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Other FFsYou BC VRS

62 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training You BC VRS

63 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training You BC Other FFs VRS

64 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training BC You ECC VRS

65 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Alternate Talkgroup “A705 to Montgomery, I’d like to speak with the EMS Duty Officer on an alternate talkgroup, please.”

66 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Out of Range

67 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Out of Range

68 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Border Incident Radio Use ZoneJurisdiction 0DC 1Arlington 2Alexandria 3Airport Authority 4Fairfax 5Prince William 6Loudon 8PG 9Frederick CRCarroll HOHoward

69 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Police Activity ZoneScan Batt

70 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Police Activity When listening to the Police zone: Remember that you cannot transmit. Continue to listen to Alpha (Dispatch). Wait for the all clear from FRS ECC if you’re staging.

71 800 MHz Intro E-Course | MCFRS Tech Training Assessment Test


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