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Escaping Violent Encounters: Look for cover and concealment on every call–
Watch these potentially life-saving tips on cover (protection) and concealment (hiding) from Kip Teitsort, founder of DT4EMS. After watching practice identifying cover and concealment opportunities on your next — and every — EMS call.
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Escaping Violent Encounters: Calculating the best defense–
From a verbally aggressive patient to a life-threatening attack, Kip Tietsort goes over assault response guidelines to determine the most appropriate action
Escaping Violent Encounters: How to cover and conceal yourself–
From taking cover behind your unit's engine block, to standing to the side of a door when entering a home, this knowledge is as important as any physical skill to keep you safe
Escaping Violent Encounters: Fight or flight — don't freeze!–
You can have all the physical skills on the planet, but if you're not mentally prepared and have a survival mindset, you're going to freeze
Escaping violent encounters: Blocking a blow to the head–
EMS1 columnist Kip Teitsort demonstrates how to escape a punch to the side of the head using a defensive move to check the attack
Escaping Violent Encounters: What one simple technique can keep you safe?–
EMS1 Columnist Kip Teitsort explains the one defensive move that's effective against everything from punches and pushes, to hair grabs and choke holds.
Escaping Violent Encounters: Where you stand could save your life–
EMS1 columnist Kip Teitsort explains how placing your crew in a defensive position called The Assessment L can help manage aggressive patients.
Escaping violent encounters: How to break a 2-handed choke hold–
Using defensive tactics developed specifically for first responders, EMS1 columnist Kip Teitsort demonstrates how to escape from a two-handed choke hold