EMS Department and OES
Standard Operating Guidelines

01 Scheduled Meeting Rules and Agenda
02 Alcohol & Non-Alcoholic Beverage Use Prior to and During Call Duty
03 Accident Reporting
04 Removing a Rig From Service
05 Ambulance Minimum Crew
06 Vehicle Fueling
07 Vehicle Cleaning and Materiel Stowage
08 Emergency Transport
09 Non-Emergency Transport
10 Ambulance Vehicle Driver Training
11 Mutual Aid Requested to Owego Primary Operating Territory
12 Maximum Call Interval
13 Preventive Maintenance of Emergency Response Vehicles
14 Equipping and Inspection of all Authorized EMS Response Vehicles
15 Crime Scene, Child Abuse, Dependent Abuse, and Domestic Violence
16 No Patient Found
17 Refusal of Care
18 Hospital Destination
19 Treating Minors
20 Treating or Transporting Psychiatric Patients
21 Preventive Maintenance of Patient Care Equipment
22 Unattended and Attended Deaths
23 High Visibility Vests
24 ALS Supervisor
25 New and new to the Agency ALS Personnel
26 Entry To Scene Not Obtainable
27 Health Requirements
28 Nebulized Albuterol
29 Epinephrine Administration for Anaphylaxis
30 Response By Call Type
31 Controlled Substance Operational Plan/Policy
32 Blood Glucose Measurement
33 EMS Service Incident Reporting
34 Selection for Scholarship Recommendation
35 Cannot Rule Out Ebola
36 Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement
37 Authorizing Private Vehicles as an EASV
38 COVID-19 Precautions
39 CME Based Recertification

Updated: 19 Mar 2021    Home