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EMS Handbook

EMS Handbook

Sections of EMS Handbook are as follows:
- Rules/Guidelines
- Chain of command
- Responding codes
- Staging definition


Rules and guidelines
   General Rules:

  - Combat Reviving will not be tolerated. You must wait till only one faction is standing or until the site is completely cleared.

  - Looting of dead bodies is not tolerated. Being seen doing so may get you demoted off of the EMS department.

  - You must at all times take note of possible threats and stay safe until those threats have been neutralized or deemed safe.

  - No member of the EMS team may be killed, with that in mind, you still have to value your life as they may shoot you if you fail to comply with their orders (under gunpoint or in danger).
  - The police must at all times be respected and you must at all times stay out of the way of their work.
  - You must at all times be staging when an active shootout or possibly dangerous situation is being conducted.

    Piloting Rules:
  - The clearance to fly is a privilege that can easily be taken away. Fly in a safe and realistic manner. No loops, close-by flying, going under powerlines when not necessary or other dangerous events.
  - Flying in or above towns you must at all times stay above 70 meters unless needing to land and/or take off.
  - You may only fly a helicopter after being cleared to do so by a Medical Trainer or Chief of EMS.

   Landing Rules:
  - You may only land on roads for a small amount of time unless the area is blocked off by members of the Altis Police Corpse.
  - Don't land anywhere but helipads unless necessary to pick up/drop off a fellow EMS or perform medical procedures on patients.
  - If your helicopter is broken and you do not have a repair kit either run to go get one or have someone drop one off for you. In a situation that no-one is available and you can not get to a store, you may ask the police for help.

Chain of Command
  - The chain of command must at ALL times be followed. If a failure to do so is happening you may contact the Chief of EMS or a higher-ranked medical employee.

The chain of command is as follows:

  - Chief of EMS (COE)
  - Assistant Chief of EMS (ACOE)
  - Medical Corporal (MCO)
  - Medic corpsman 1st class
  - Medic corpsman 2nd class
  - Medic corpsman 3rd class
  - Medic Private (MPR)
  - Medic Apprentice (MEA)
  - Medic Recruit (MER)

Responding Codes and procedure
Code 1: No lights or sirens, speed limits must be followed
Code 2: Lights, no sirens, speed limits may be exceeded with caution
Code 3: Light and sirens, speed limits may be exceeded with caution
Code 4: No further assistance needed
Code 5: Scene clear, all units have left the area 

  1: When a callout is received check where on the map it is and check if someone is closer than you and coordinate with them to as who responds to that call.
  2: Go code 3 and respond to the scene while looking out for possible dangerous zones
  3: Find all wounded people and start reviving them. Cops are prioritized when there's no winning/police have won. If rebels have won and they threaten you to revive civilians/rebels first do so. Also, keep in mind that they may make you not revive cops.
  4: Leave the scene and bring any casualties who need further medical procedures with you to the hospital. (You may say a guy must go since he has been shot in the head and he must go in for surgery            etc.)

Staging definition
The definition of staging is to wait for a possibly dangerous situation to be over. This may be conducted at least 30 meters away from the scene and in a protective cover. Wait for Altis Police Corpse to clear the scene.

This handbook has been written and approved for use on the Electro-inf communities servers by:

Mathias - Chief of EMS

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