MSOC

Thank You!

From the FDNY and FDNY Foundation, thank you to all who took part in the 5th annual FDNY Medical Special Operations Conference (MSOC) in 2017, it was an honor to host you at the Fire Academy. Check back soon for information on our next MSOC event.

FDNY Leadership on MSOC

“We are proud to host this conference each year with the FDNY Foundation, to share our knowledge with members of agencies from across the country and around the world.”

Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro

“MSOC provides the opportunity to attendees to hear directly from our members, who are on the front lines every day, responding to all types of emergencies. It also gives everyone who participates the ability to train in hands-on skills and to attend a wide variety of lectures and workshops, in an effort to better protect their own communities.”

Chief of Department James E. Leonard

2017-2018 Online Vendor Showcase

Celebrating its 6th year, the FDNY Medical Special Operations Conference (MSOC) continues to serve as an important venue for military, federal, state and local medical operators and planners to share their experiences. MSOC provides an opportunity for first responders to learn from other stakeholders to obtain insights from experts in the field on how to improve the response framework within the medical special operations community. The Conference takes place over four days and consists of workshops, lectures, panel discussions, hands-on skills stations, and a vendor showcase featuring the latest equipment and products.

For more information please call 718-999-2507

Exhibitors please call 718-999-0779 or click here

May 4 – 7 , 2017




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AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ / Continuing Education Credits

NAEMT TECC = 15

Advanced Canine = 15

Bio-Skills Lab = 3

HazMat = 7.5

Conference May 6-7 = 12

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SOLD OUT Two Day Courses

*** Other Tickets are Available for purchase ***

NAEMT TECC: Hands-On Active Threat Scenario:
0800 – 1600

The Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) course, developed by the National Association of EMTs introduces evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care in a civilian tactical operation or any other human threat emergency. This course will cover topics and techniques to help participants operate safely, perform patient assessment and treat casualties in an active threat scenario. Experienced instructors from government, military, law enforcement and special operations medical teams will share techniques, team concepts and threat survival skills including a hands-on scenario. TECC is conducted under the auspices of the PHTLS program.

Advanced Canine Veterinary Care:
0800 – 1600

A two day working veterinary course lab with hands-on skills hosted and presented by nationally accredited veterinarians. Participants will learn, practice and execute skills on cadaver and simulated canine specimens. Topics will include US&R canine medical care, advanced airway, critical trauma care, vascular access and assessment. Canines are deployed to perform several specialized tasks during rescue or tactical operations this course will give medical providers an opportunity to learn and manage canine patients.

Pre-Conference Workshops

Bio-Skills Lab:
North Shore-LIJ Bioskills Education Center
1200 – 1500

Learn, watch and execute techniques relating to Urban Search and Rescue Medical Special Operations inside the North Shore-LIJ BioSkills Education Center. Participants will be given the opportunity to perform hands-on skills under the direction of some of the leading experts in this field. Topics will include: field limb amputation, vascular access and advanced airway management.

FEMA Enhanced HazMat Operations:
FDNY Fire Academy
0800 – 1500

The General and Administrative training requirements of the National Urban Search & Rescue (US&R) Response System requires that all members complete initial training at the First Responder Operations Level for Hazardous Materials (OSHA 29 CFR, 1910.120). Hazardous materials are present during every deployment and, if not recognized, may cause serious injury to search and rescue members. This course will cover the FEMA required Enhanced Hazardous Material Operations, toxicology and hands-on HazMat scenarios.

Night Activities

WTC Visit /ceremony 1630 – 1730
NYC Fire Museum: Drinks & Light Fare 1800 – 2000

FDNY Academy: Randall’s Island

Lectures: 0845 – 1115
Key Note: Changing Times/World
The state of Urban Search and Rescue community and special operations update.
Crushing Truth!
Update on crush injuries medicine discussing new advances and changes to the standard of care.
Quality vs. Quantity
Increasing personnel vs training. Continuing to maintain an high level of training as the number of deployed personnel increases.
Hands Moving Faster than the Mind
Taking a look at engulfment scenarios. How to maintain medical care during a hasty extraction.
Who Turned Off the Lights
How to operate effectively during night time operations.
Panel Discussion
An interactive discussion with top leaders from civilian and military special operations commands.

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Lectures: 1230 – 1630
Hands-on Stations: 1230 – 1630
Hot topic
To Be Announced
Special Operations Approach to Ultrasound
Hands-on with some of the latest ultrasound devices.eFast Plus training.
Confined Space Medicine
Confined space entrapment and prolonged operations.
Engulfment
Time is of the essence. Learn to provide care when dealing with engulfment scenarios and hasty extrications.
Man in the Machine
Learn to operate in a machinery-entrapment situation and provide prolonged care during disentanglement.

FDNY Academy: Randall’s Island

Break-out Sessions (2 sessions): 0845 – 1130
Drones: The New Team Member
Featuring the FDNY and other drone programs.
Pakistan Earthquake Experience
A revealing look into the Pakistan earthquake response.
Virtual Reality Medicine
Improving training with modern technology. Current and future VR programs and technologies that are changing the way we train.
Confined Space Rescue
Experiences from the Haiti and Nepal earthquakes. Responders give an eye opening account of what really took place during these major international responses.
Racing to Drown
US&R water operations during the Hurricane Matthew response as told by members who responded and performed some of the most talked about rescues to date.
Tunnel Rats
Confined space medicine deep below the U.S. border.
Prolonged Field Care
Essentials for the long haul. Learn what should be done to care for patients requiring extended medical care prior to evacuation.

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Lectures: 1230 – 1630
Hands-on Stations: 1230 – 1630
Hot topic
To Be Announced
Special Operations Approach to Ultrasound
Hands-on with some of the latest ultrasound devices.eFast Plus training.
Confined Space Medicine
Confined space entrapment and prolonged operations.
Engulfment
Time is of the essence. Learn to provide care when dealing with engulfment scenarios and hasty extrications.
Man in the Machine
Learn to operate in a machinery-entrapment situation and provide prolonged care during disentanglement.

Food and Transportation

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OFFICIAL CONFERENCE HOTEL

Holiday Inn – Financial District NYC
99 Washington Street
New York, NY 10006
Check In: 3PM
Check Out: 11AM
Check-in Age: 21

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Guest can also call our main reservations line at 1-855-914-1383 and refer to FDNY Foundation MSOC Group