Advanced Hazmat Life Support
This internationally recognized Advanced Hazmat Life Support Provider program is a course developed by the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center (AEMRC) at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center and the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology. Verified instructors and toxicologists with the Oklahoma Center for Poison & Drug Information, in cooperation with the Oklahoma State Department of Health, will be providing this course on June 18-19, 2020
The Advanced Hazmat Life Support (AHLS) Provider Course is the premier, international course that teaches healthcare professionals to medically manage patients exposed to hazardous materials, including chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear agents. The 16-hour, 2-day AHLS Provider Course covers hazardous materials including insecticides, corrosives, irritant gases, asphyxiants, hydrocarbons and substituted hydrocarbons. Specific antidotes and their indications, contraindications, dosing and route are also included.
Join the worldwide community of more than 20,000 healthcare professionals from around the world, to become a Verified AHLS Provider, prepared to face the clinical challenges of hazmat incidents.
Qualified medical personnel will receive 16 hours of free CME credits and free Verification as trained Providers. Advanced EMTs and Paramedics qualify to receive AHLS Verification. EMT Basics are eligible to attend the course only if seating is available, but will not receive Verification (unless enrolled in a Paramedic program and graduating within 3 months of the course); however, Basics do receive continuing education credits (if applicable) provided solely by AHLS.
For questions, contact Shirley Christie at 405-271-5062.