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    Accident Scene Management Class - NJ

    Brothers & sisters taking care of each other
    ASMI classes are motorcycle crash specific! When a trauma results in CPR the victim only has a 1% chance of survival. We must do everything we can to avoid getting to that point!!! ASMI classes are for both the average rider and for the Professional Rescuer. What are you willing to do for your fellow rider. Are they willing to help you?

    Classes are now being offered in South Jersey..
    February 20, 2010 9a-4:30p
    Waterford Twp EMS
    192 A Ave (corner of Route 30)
    Atco NJ 08004

    please visit accidentscene.org

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    Sounds like a very worthwhile endeavor. Best of luck to you with your classes.

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    Thumbs up A wonderful course

    I attended this class at the West Bend Rally a few years ago, and I strongly urge everyone to enroll in this class.

    One will learn many useful things about attending to the injured as well as safety considerations after an accident.

    It is worth every penny.
    "What is beautiful is simple, and what is simple always works"....Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47.
    Currently bikeless, but looking hard! "Center yourself in the vertizontal. Ride a motorcycle...namaste' "

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    Take this class & the Advance Class. JAW THRUST

    And stop riding alone, ride in groups - if something happens it's easier with more people on hand to help.

    Wife made me put on my helmet - IF I CAN NOT TALK -EMERGENCY CONTACT IS -
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    '91 K75S, '06 K1200S
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    VERY worthwhile course.. our local NJ club (NJ Shore BMW Riders) held one about 18 months or so ago, and everyone came away from it impressed with what they learned.

    FWIW - the BMW-MOAF (Motorcycle Owners of America Foundation) will assist in funding local ASM classes - they paid the majority of the cost for the class we ran which was attended by members from 3 NJ MOA chartered clubs (Skylands, NJ Shore and New Sweden.)
    Don Eilenberger http://www.eilenberger.net
    Spring Lk Heights NJ NJ Shore BMW Riders New Sweden BMW Riders
    '07 R1200R (current ride) and some bimmers.. and a Porsche

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    Yankee Beemers - up here did that .
    I also learned about other types of motorcycle groups - with Road Captains, Safety Officers, & touching peoples leathers / patches .And when their are to many chief in the kitchen - to cook. Sometimes we BMW riders are not welcomed and sometimes we are - we need to remember this FYI, even though we mean good.
    '91 K75S, '06 K1200S
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    Seats Still Available

    If anyone knows of anyone interested, please have the register.

    www.accidentscene.org

    Thank you
    William Gardner

    '08 BMW R1200RT

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