EMS Standard Operating Procedures

Okaloosa EMS

Standard Operating Procedures

100.00: Administration

101.00: Policy Introduction

101.50: Employee Access to Standard Operating Policies and Procedures

102.00: Organizational Chart

103.00: External Reporting

104.00: Conflict Resolution 

105.00: Uniform and Appearance

106.00: Customer Service

108.00: Medical Error Reporting

109.00: Medical Control Authorization & Protocol Revision

110.00: Professional Conduct

111.00: Patient Personal Property

112.00: Financial Authority

113.00: Delegated Authority

114.00: Monitoring Financials

115.00: Accounts Receivable

116.00: Leave and Overtime Distribution

117.00: Maintenance or Durable Medical Equipment

118.00: Time Sheets

119.00: HIPAA-Security, Levels of Access, Limiting Disclosure and Use of PHI

120.00: Records Maintenance

121.00: Press Releases/Media Relations

122.00: Crime Scene Operations

123.00: Equipment

124.00: County Email Usage

125.00: Access to Foreign Language Interpreter

126.00: Handling of Payments Received by OCEMS Employees

127.00: Identity Theft Prevention, Detection, and Mitigation Program

128.00: Medical Supplies: Inventory, Storage, Security procedures for Medications and Fluids  

129.00: Rank

130.00: Requests for Donations and Contributions

200.00: Communications

201.00: UHF Pagers

202.00: Radio Communications

203.00: Communications Center

204.00: Supervisor Notifications

205.00: Unit Location and Status

300.00: Health & Safety

301.00: Work Place Safety

302.00: Safety Vests

303.00: Exposure/Infection Control

304.00:Concealed Firearms

305.00: Responses Involving Emotionally Disturbed Patients 

400.00: Operations

401.00: Mutual Aid

402.00: Interagency Dialogue

403.00: Essential Battery Back-up

404.00: Staffing

405.00: Vehicle Refueling

406.00: Patient Care Reports

407.00: Vehicle Operations

408.00: Vehicle Cleaning Standards

409.00: Vehicle Accident Procedures

410.00: Response Time Standards and Monitoring

411.00: Disposable Items

412.00: Standby Coverage and Special Events

412.01 Special Team Member Selections/Retention/Removal

413.00: Third Riders

414.00: Emergency Recall

415.00: Movement of Patients from the Scene

416.00: Critical Failures

417.00: Controlled Substances

418.00: Vehicle and ALS Supply Security

419.00: Peripheral Venous Access for EMT's

420.00: Patient Transport Destinations 

421.00: Use of Electronic Communication Devices

422.00: Vehicle and Equipment Checks

423.00: Minimum Equipment

424.00: Tempature Extremes

425.00: Inclement Weather Operations 

426.00: Rehabilitation Sector Operations

427.00: Inaccessible Scenes

428.00: Helicopter Transportation

429.00: Medical Incident Command

430.00: Non-Patient Passengers

431.00: On-Scene Operations- General Regulations

433.00: Prohibited Conduct/Sexual Harassment

434.00: Shift Duties

435.00: Station Logbooks

436.00: Unable to Locate Patient/Location of Call

437.00: Vehicle Maitenance

438.00: Run Number Report Requirements

439.00: Tactical Medic

440.00: Handling, Storage and Disposal of Bio-Medical Waste

441.00 Physician at the Scene/Medical Direction

 

500.00: Training / Professional Development / Quality Improvement

501.00: Quality Assurance Process

502.00: Ancillary Comprehensive Training

503.00: Field Training

504.00: MDQA Meeting Procedures

505.00: Online Training

506.00: Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)

507.00: Comprehensive Training Program (CTP) Development

508.00: OCEMS Personnel Dispatch Orientation

509.00: HIPAA and Security

510.00: Medical Director Contact

511.00: Outside Seminars, Confrences and Workshops

512.00: STEMI Transfer Excersises

600.00: Public Relations / Public Education

601.00: Public Education

700.00: Compliance