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Book Reviews: Here’s what people are saying about “Emergency Medical Planning for Large Venues: How to Reduce Chaos and Injury”.

 

One of the “must have” reference books for any event organizer, the book covers everything that you should be doing. I cant recommend this book highly enough, its no longer good enough to say “I didn’t know”. Buy the book and consult it at every stage of the event don’t be caught out.

– By David Reed

An excellent book needed for planning events in today’s uncertain times. A comprehensive manual for planning events and ensuring the best outcomes in less than stellar situations.

– By Amazon Customer

Not having an established and effective model for managing medical requirements is not an option. This is a well written practical guide on proper medical planning procedures and proven best practices, from an author with decades of relevant real world experience.

– By Amazon Customer

This is a very “Well Done” practical book with proven practices. A required read for first responders.

– By JimM

Do yourself a favor. Be bold and take the first concrete step—Buy this Book NOW and be proactive in protecting yourself and the agency you work for.