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Old June 30, 2012, 10:21 PM   #7
ProShooter
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Rob,

Great stuff, as always.

One thing I'd like to share is something that we do. Everyone who comes onto our range, whether instructor, RSO, student, etc. is required to wear a neck lanyard. At the start of class, the student fills out a small sheet of paper with their name, emergency contact, and any medical issues. That paper goes into a plastic sleeve on the lanyard.

There is a second, laminated card that is on the lanyard. One side has the 4 basic rules of firearms safety. The flip side of the card has instructions for a medical emergency, such as call 911, provide whatever care you can, etc. and most importantly, the street address of the range. I can promise you that halfway through a class, no one will remember the address of the range. It may be a student calling 911 in the event of an emergency, and knowing where you are is crucial when seconds count.

I hope that others will copy this idea.

Jim
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