C.R.A.S.H. Management Classroom Workshop
PRESENTED BY: Joy Medved – Joy of Motorcycling.
LIMITED TO: Unlimited
WHAT: A half-day classroom workshop
DATE: Sunday, June 10th, 2018
TIME: 12:30pm – 4:30pm
It is no secret that riding a motorcycle can be dangerous – very dangerous! Just ask Joy Medved, founding owner of Joy of Motorcycling®. With more than 30 years of riding experience under her tires, Joy has been at the scene of several motorcycle crashes, both as an assistant bystander, and as a crash survivor, herself.
Being at the scene of a motorcycle crash can be very frightening for any rider, especially when it is a friend or loved one who needs your help. When a motorcycle crash does occur, riders inevitably find themselves in very unfamiliar territory, unsure of who should do what, or what should be done first.
During this half-day classroom workshop, Joy will share her crash experiences, including how she survived being physically run over by a hit-and-run driver. She will also provide helpful tips and strategies on how to reduce risk at the scene, and improve a rider’s chances of survival and recovery.
Designed for riders with no medical experience, this workshop takes participants through “C.R.A.S.H.,” an easy-to-use Joy of Motorcycling® proprietary framework, which every rider can use before, during and after EMS services to help reduce the risk of fatalities without overwhelming bystanders. Participants will learn about Good Samaritan Laws, and discuss what to expect and what is expected of them at the scene of a motorcycle crash. Participants are encouraged to bring examples from their own riding experience to share and discuss. (Note: This workshop DOES NOT certify participants in First Aid or CPR.)