ASMA has registered and Trade Marked ( ™ pending) "Motorcycle First Aid."
ASMA did this to reflect what we do in our core mission.
Accident Scene Management Australia ltd is still a Not for Profit
organization and registered charity, but it will be trading also under
the Name of Motorcycle First Aid.™
ASMA is also in the process of training new trainers to service NSW,
QLD, WA and Tasmania. We are pleased with the High Quality of
Motorcyclists wanting to become Trainers for ASMA and we look forward to
their contributions to the motorcycle community.
During the Winter we all had dreams of being able to ride
somewhere "nice' soon we can follow our dreams. For those in the warmer
climates, the riders of the southern states are envious.
Parked Motorcycle Syndrome is a real thing.
Spring Class updates.
ASMA in association with RoadSafe Central Victoria, has been successful
in obtaining a grant from TAC, to train another 100 Victorian riders
In this grant we will also be training at least 50 CFA and SES personal that work in rural areas where motorcycles frequent.
In some of the areas we like to ride, the local CFA are the first
emergency service responders so it seems appropriate that they know the
best practice skills in dealing with a motorcycle trauma victim.
ASMA thanks to ongoing support of TAC and RoadSafe Central Victoria.
Funded Course have a registration fee of $30.00 and places are limited .
Victorian TAC Funded Dates are:
September 13th, London Tavern South Caulfield Public Course.
September 27th, Sale, Emergency Services
October 24th, Bendigo, Emergency Services
October 25th, Bendigo Public Course
To Be Scheduled
Mount Macedon Public Course
Echuca Public Course.
Bookings and details available at www.asma.org.au
Tasmania is a motorcycle haven and ASMA will be conducting "a Crash Course for the Motorcyclist™" there for the first time.
ASMA will also conduct the Motorcycle First Aid Lite course. a non accredited lite course .
These Courses are scheduled for November 14th and 15th.