EAP – Soccer Practice

EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN HOMEWOOD SOCCER COMPLEX

 

Homewood Soccer Complex

1800 S. Lakeshore Dr.

Homewood, Al 35209

 

 

Columbiana Rd., Turn onto

S. Lakeshore Dr., Complex is on the left

EMS PROTOCOL

Provide Name and Current

Address Telephone Number Injuries, Treatment, Directions

Do Not Hang up until EMS

Hangs up first

CONTACT

Greg Pendley     914-9685

Ed Harris                531-7892

EMS                         911

Police                    879-4701

Fire                         332-6202

INJURY PROTOCOL
Chain of Command

➢   Physician will always take charge when on site

➢   ATC will always be with athlete and take charge in absence of physician

➢   Head Coach will be with athlete and take charge in absence of physician and ATC

➢   Assistant Coach will make sure EMS (911) is activated, that access to facility is open, and that someone is there to direct emergency personnel.

A.   Serious Injury

Cessation of Breathing Cessation of Circulation Severe Bleeding

Severe Fracture

Possible Severe Head Injury

Possible Serious back or neck injury

➢   Heat Exhaustion/Heat Stroke

Procedures

1.   Activate EMS (911)

2.   Perform emergency CPR or First Aid

3.   Facility Accessible and Someone to meet EMS

4.   Have someone contact family

5.   Make contact with ATC if not on site

➢   Cool Immediately, Ice Bath, Ice Towels, shower, etc. – then proceed to #1

B.   Moderate Injury

Lacerations that require suturing

Possible fractures

Sickness

Orthopedic Injuries

Procedures

1.   Perform First Aid

2.   Make contact with ATC if not on site

3.   Make sure athlete sees training staff

4.   Make sure communication is made with parent

C.   Questionable Injury Procedures

1.   When in doubt. ICE it (20 min)

2.   Make contact with ATC if not on site

3.   Make sure athlete sees training staff next day

4.   Make sure communication is made

with parent

   LOCATION OF AED

Last office building