Resources

Outdoor Safety 101

A family camping trip can be an enjoyable experience with a little preparation. Knowing everyone’s limits, taking the time to plan ahead, and packing the right items will help your adventure come off without a hitch. But what happens when… (fill in terrible, scary thing here). What would you do?

Be Bear Aware
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Conventional First Aid and EMT curricula are designed for an urban environment and assume the availability of 911 communications as well as rapid transport to a hospital. Backcountry outfitters and experiential educators have found the conventional medical protocols do not address the specialized wilderness context of delayed rescue transport in remote areas, prolonged exposure to severe environments, and the limited availability of medical equipment.

Medicine is dynamic. Not only that, but wilderness medicine is even more so; especially since it’s so new, things are constantly changing. We stay abreast of changes in practices, techniques, and general knowledge, and therefore regularly update our curriculum to meet the current nationally accepted standards and guidelines. Check back often for updates made to our various curricula.
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Land Nav - Map and Compass

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Downloads + Documents

Looking for a list of great resources for a variety of wilderness and emergency medicine, outdoor safety and more? Look no farther!

Landing a Rescue Helo in the Snow
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WMS Practice Guidelines

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Outside Resources

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