EVE4HP

EVE Fire & EMS

To empower cultural and behavioral modification through the enforcement of exemplary customer service, reasonability, and industry best practices that yield a reduction in employer liability and culminate in an increase employee safety and security.

Focus: All levels of pre-hospital providers & firefighters

Length: 16 Hour (Two Day Course)

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EVE4HP

EVE4HP

Escaping Violent Encounters for Healthcare Providers

The health care industry leads all other sectors in the incidence of nonfatal workplace assaults,
and the emergency department is a particularly vulnerable setting. Workplace violence is a significant occupational hazard facing emergency nurses- ENA

Focus: All levels of the in-hospital/home-health patient care setting (RN,LPN,MD,Techs,CNA)

Length: 8-hours

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Specialized Courses

Specialized Courses

DT4EMS has several special courses available.
EVE4Women- Women's Course (Ages 13 & Up)
EVE4EP- Educational Professionals (School Staff)
EVEAdvanced- Advanced Skills Course (PreReqs)
EVEInstructor- Instructor Programs

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Signs: My Story

By: Kip Teitsort Signs: My Story from Kip Teitsort on Vimeo. My name is Kip Teitsort. I am a husband, a father, a veteran paramedic and police officer. I am also the founder of DT4EMS.  I founded DT4EMS to protect victims of workplace violence in medicine. This has not been easy. For nearly a decade […]

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About Us: Introduction to DT4EMS’ EVE

  DT4EMS’ Escaping Violent Encounters (EVE) programs provide staff with the ability to recognize when a relationship changes. It is the critical thinking skills to recognize when a person is no longer a patient. That is what makes DT4EMS’ EVE different, relevant and culture changing.   1. The FACTS Workplace Violence in Emergency Medicine is […]

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Culture = Changed! Watch the video and see what we mean!

Kip Teitsort had his ambulance car-jacked while loaded with a patient. You can read Kip’s account of the violent encounter HERE. That is just part of the story! It is what happens in the weeks, months and years after the fact that bring inspiration to those in EMS/Fire and the emergency department setting! Instead of […]

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The Parry (09-18-17 edit)

Quite possibly the most important physical skill we need for self-defense, is The Parry. It is not a hard-style block. It is merely a re-direction, a deflection, of the hand they are reaching, punching, poking, or pushing you with. Little did I know how important the parry would be in weapon defense and use. As […]

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Knee to Elbow Block (09-18-17 Edit)

The K2E is not only the best kick block to know, it is an important part of a shield. Combined with the Bent Arm Check (BAC) the shield could be employed from the seated, or grounded positions. In BJJ, a knee to elbow positioning has quite a few applications. Yet again, a skill from the […]

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The Silly SideStep

The SideStep seems unimportant, even silly to some at first. The importance of practicing it cannot be overstated. During class, the first example of it is for evasion. As the training progressed, it became obvious the SideStep is vital for take-downs and for developing power in distraction strikes.  

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Things that make you go hmm… (Utah Nurse Arrest)

Like Us on Facebook Subscribe on Youtube   After seeing the story in the Washington Post  I couldn’t help wonder why the rare gets all the news, but the epidemic doesn’t. Being a veteran police officer/paramedic, I too was upset about the arrest. However, I still have something that makes me go hmm…  Nurses have […]

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Combative Patient Malpractice?

Like Us on Facebook Subscribe on Youtube Trained healthcare professionals understand: Prescribing a treatment for disease/injury, without a diagnosis, would be considered malpractice. On the job, the recognition for potential litigation is so brow-beaten into  staff psyche, many refuse to utter the words, “You will be alright” to a patient, for fear of litigation. Heck, […]

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Improvised Weapon for EMS: Palm Oxygen Wrench **Product Review**

Josh Knapp with WANTYNU sent me this Palm O2 Wrench to test/review. He did not pay me for this review. In the video I share my opinions on the wrench as far as functionality as a tool, and possible improvised weapon for self-defense. Improvised Weapon: Palm O2 Wrench (Review) from DT4EMS (Kip Teitsort) on Vimeo.

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2017 EMS Safety Summit (Hangouts/Interviews)

Had a blast at the EMS Safety Summit. I was able to catch a couple of folks I’ve been after for some time for some interviews. After Karen posted what she did (below) in the testimonials, I knew I had to get her on camera 🙂 Here is the interview with Karen Laber, RN: RN […]

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