Emergency Response Check List for BCC Members                             

  • Determine if all involved are responsive,
  • Determine if 911 is required (Police, Fire, Ambulance), check helmets for damage (cracked, impacted) to determine if there is head trauma,
  • Make sure scene is safe from traffic, create road block if necessary,
  • Stay coordinated, calm and collected,
  • Check airway, breathing and circulation functions,
  • Use tourniquet to stop bleeding as required,
  • Keep victims warm and comfortable,
  • Make access for emergency vehicles as required,
  • Photograph scene if possible,
  • Determine emergency contact person and contact, delegate this task if possible,
  • Ask witnesses for statements, or arrange to get at a later date, get names and phone numbers,
  • Arrange for bicycles and other materials to be stored until pickup can be arranged,
  • Report accident to board,
  • Fill in appropriate accident report papers