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PNWD Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Kym Lavell
17:10
Kym Lavell - Mt Bachelor Alpine
Karen Jensen
17:14
Karen Jensen - Alpine - Soldier Mountain Idaho
Al Klascius
17:17
Mt Bachelor -patroller-Senior OEC
tedstensland
17:40
Ted Stensland, Mt Bachelor Alpine
Dwight Avery
18:01
Dwight Avery, Alpental Alpine
cynthia
19:27
Cindy Phillips Hyak Alpine
Martin
20:14
Martin Andreasen, Alpine White Pass
donsanda
21:17
Don Sanda; Alpine and nordic, Payette Lakes, McCall, ID
David Winterling
22:11
Dave Winterling, Alpine, Mount Hood Ski Patrol
Rick
22:19
Rick Schoonmaker Lookout Pass
Kacy Carlson
24:33
Kacy Carlson, Mt. Ashland Paid Patrol Director, PNWD Certified Program Supervisior, Association of Professional Patrollers (APP) Board of Directors Criteria Coordinator. Thank you all for being here!
Rick
24:51
Bleach water after each
Suzanne Budge
24:53
Suzi Budge - Bogus Basin
Pacific Northwest Division
26:08
Jodie Jeffers, Santiam Pass OR Region PNW Safety Advisor for PNWD, National Task Force for Responder Alliance
Shelley Urben
28:10
Kacy - good point on treating outside, I wonder how many patrols will continue that?
Rick
28:46
pro director
Dwight Avery
28:59
Our medical director provided the guidelines
Shelley Urben
29:00
Our OEC advisor determines ours
Martin
29:05
Wiping with bleach & water. More disinfecting. N95 mask in aid room & Only allowing one family member in also masked up
Rick
29:17
Lookout pass
Eric Brittingham PD Mt. Bachelor Oregon
29:27
Pro Patrol Medical Lead
Andy
29:42
our medical committee decides - made up of patrollers that are primarily medical professionals (PT, nurses, physician, paramedics, etc.)
Andy
30:56
ours were always covered by hill chief every morning meeting.
Shelley Urben
31:14
Ours were like Andys, reviewed at morning meeting periodically.
Shelley Urben
34:50
Good question Kacy
Al Klascius
35:26
Yes Bachelor has a separate supply for training
Dwight Avery
44:16
Our role is to facilitate learning, and create the space and environment for that to take place.
Kacy Carlson
44:55
Dwight, well said and I agree!
Shelley Urben
46:39
Yes, and Kathy's comment is the topic that will be integrated into this workshop at our Convention and next season.
Eric Brittingham PD Mt. Bachelor Oregon
49:18
Yes, during OET.
Kathy
56:13
Great points Kacy!
Pacific Northwest Division
01:00:32
David then Chris… then we will have Karen wrap up and Kacy start.
Pacific Northwest Division
01:00:56
Oops Rick we will get you in there…
Shelley Urben
01:08:48
Nice job Karen, thank you. You were able to get the discussion going in a great direction.
Pacific Northwest Division
01:09:04
Thankyou Dwight!
David Winterling
01:09:14
I believe it's important to simplify the role of the case dispatcher, in that anyone who is certified to pull a toboggan has the ability to handle any terrain where they might be expected to respond. It would be difficult to remember, when assigning first responders, that patroller A can handle steep slopes but patroller B cannot.
Shelley Urben
01:10:16
Agreed Dave, we are working toward that at SPSP, but it can be difficult to remember who is comfortable with what.
David Winterling
01:10:16
The annual toboggan refresher occasionally leads to difficult conversations with a small group of patrollers who don't want to give up the OET cert.
Eric Brittingham PD Mt. Bachelor Oregon
01:15:01
On Bt. Bachelor, all Alpine patrollers have to be able to patrol the entire mountain. No special circumstances for dispatch to assign a patroller.
Pacific Northwest Division
01:15:19
FYI to those wondering about the COVID Guidelines for PNWD previously talked about. At the website: www.nsp-pnwd.org then click on PROGRAMS….then click COVID 19 & Medical. This opens the page and has several resources for you. I’ll show this at the end as well if the above is confusing.
Rick
01:15:52
on your mountain, will the "Holl captain ofr other management level patroller take over the dispatch duties for a critical incident
Shelley Urben
01:19:38
Our HC will take on the IC role in a search and rescue or avalanche, but not on a critical OEC incident
Pacific Northwest Division
01:23:44
Cultural shift like everything will take time to do the shift. Practice, Practice, Practice before it becomes a new shift. But if communication is not an open and welcome process, it becomes much harder.
Shelley Urben
01:25:25
Agreed - and if you can, please attend this year's convention in Portland. Kacy and another patroller, Katja Hurt, will be putting on a workshop to help patrols roll up their sleeves and get this started even before the season begins.
Pacific Northwest Division
01:26:51
Does any patrol here do a group stretch, exercise in the morning and /or at the end?
Michael Walenta
01:27:18
Thank you for letting me sit in. Very Informative. I'll try and pass the word and see if we can get a few more CD folks to attend your next event. Michael in Michigan
Shelley Urben
01:27:45
Great to have you here Michael. Invite anyone you want :)
Pacific Northwest Division
01:27:47
Thanks Michael!! Check the calendar, we have 2 next month!
Eric Brittingham PD Mt. Bachelor Oregon
01:29:05
Good point. Should be done but most just do their own except if there is a program being run such as OET. I stretch every morning. Just important to do.
Shelley Urben
01:31:09
Good points Kacy.
Pacific Northwest Division
01:35:57
Thanks Eric!
Pacific Northwest Division
01:43:45
Just a friendly reminder, next month will be the last of the year's program before we restart the next. There will be 2-History and Certified on (8/9&16) Please if you have any suggestions for next year let us know! Likes or changes? Email Safetycommittee@nsp-pnwd.org
cynthia
01:46:28
Thank you! Sorry I have to jump off.
chris
01:54:22
Thank you all for the work you have done on this series, I really hope you continue this format and program into 2023. Great work!
Shelley Urben
01:54:53
Thanks Chris, really appreciate your thoughtfulness