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Accident Scene Management, Inc. ® (ASMI) is a non profit 501(c)3 organization that was established in 1996 after a similar course was brought to Wisconsin by ABATE of Wisconsin and taught by Dick “Slider” Gilmore of Iowa. Slider’s program, “Two Wheel Trauma” inspired the creation of “A Crash Course for the Motorcyclist”. Thousands of motorcyclists have been trained since the program began. ASMI is now looked to as a model for programs nationwide. We have active instructors in over 30 US States, New Zealand and Australia. ASMI program created the Road Guardians as an educational support organization. For more information see: https://roadguardians.org/
Ride Safe Idaho lead instructors are first responder or higher in medical training and are avid motorcyclists. Plus they are members of the Road Guardian organization. Our ASM program information is taken from DOT First Responder curriculum and recognized trauma authorities.
ASM is and the only accredited non-profit Bystander Program in the USA. Ride Safe Idaho is proud to bring this life saving information and training to Idaho, plus surrounding states.
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Why Use Us?
Ride Safe Idaho (RSI) and Accident Scene Management’s basic Bystander Assistance Class “A Crash Course for the Motorcyclist” is a seven hour comprehensive class that teaches many aspects of a crash scene from Management to Treatment. ASM is the leading Motorcycle Trauma Training Organization in the world. The key to reducing injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists is education. Road Guardians encourages all motorcyclists to become lifelong learners, and to do all they can to avoid a crash from occurring. We go one-step further than many other safety programs – we connect motorcycle trauma first response as part of the solution. Learn what to do at the scene of a motorcycle crash. A class inspired by “Slider” Gilmore.
Courses are taught by avid motorcyclists who are passionate about motorcycle and other recreation vehicle rider safety. Advanced courses are available as well as a class for professional rescue/medical personnel. Please see course descriptions for further detail.
What would you do if a motorcycle (or any recreational vehicle) accident should occur?
Be properly trained and prepared.
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