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Why use Life Survival Medics for your event first aid and medical services?










         We are experienced in and supply Critical Care EMT's, Medics, First aiders, Paramedics, Nurses or Doctors for;


Extreme Sports Events, BMX specialists

Triathlons and Running events

Specialists in Schools sports and athletics 

TV and Movie Sets

Entertainment Venues

Social and Business Groups

Organisers of Pyrotechnics for your event

Drug Testing and RSI qualified

Special Rescue Medics on Bikes Team, both motor bikes,

ATV's (Registered & Insured for Medic Duties) and push bikes

Licenced First Aid Service 

Revisions to the Non Emergency Patient Transport (NEPT) Regulations in 2021

has resulted in the inaugural licensing of the commercial First Aid sector in Victoria

from October 1, 2021.

We have highly qualified and experienced event first aiders,  Medics, Critical, Care EMT-medics,

registered  paramedics

and RN (Nurses) to provide safe and efficient first aid and medical services at your event, concert,

sporting competition, workplace or public gathering.


We also have qualified lifeguards and trained aquatic rescue  personnel available for hire.  

They can work with venue staff in all lifeguard and rescue matters, or establish an independent patrol

and rescue service. 


Ensure that you meet the duty of care to your customers, competitors, spectators or members

of the public visiting your site by having us available to tend to the medical needs of your event.


Our medics can cover triathlons, football, soccer, hockey, tennis, equestrian, mountain bike, BMX,

motor cross, 4WD trips and competitions, boat racing and aquatic events with a professional and

caring approach.  Our medics even have experience in competing in many events, so we have a unique

appreciation of your requirements.


Our teams can set up a single medical post or be mobile around your venue and full support to

event organisers is available. 


Email us now for a competitive quote.


By hiring medics accredited by the Professional Association of Event and Industrial Medics PAEIMA you are

guaranteed of highly qualified and professional medical staff.   The perfect addition to any event. 



                  EMA/EMT Extreme Sports Medics have;

          PAEIMA Accredited

  • Police working with children checked. 

  • Our Extreme Sports Medics are professional with a minimum of 12 months working experience and have occupational, remote and emergency response pre-hospital care nationally accredited qualifications.

  • Qualified to manage options relating to transporting casualties, including aero-medical evacuation

  • Carry and are qualified to use emergency drugs for advanced pain (our first aiders dont have this qualification) and other emergency medical conditions

  • Protocols and Pharmacology signed by our Medical Director

  • Code of Conduct

  • Wide level of experience including national races, mining, remote area and mobile medical requirements.

  • Independently registered/accredited and monitored.  No unchecked credentials.

  • Fully insured (for professional indemnity and public liability) medics.

  • Our medics use nationally compliant first aid kits (compliant to the Therapeutic Goods Administration).


For bookings call Russell at operations     02 633 43968  

                                                          Mobile    043926471




Code of Conduct


Professional status as an Event or Industrial Medic Practitioner is maintained and enriched by the willingness of the individual practitioner to accept and fulfil obligations to society, other medical professionals, and the EMS profession.  As a pre-hospital practitioner, I solemnly pledge myself to the following code of professional ethics:


  • to conserve life, alleviate suffering, promote health, do no harm, and encourage the quality and equal availability of emergency medical care.

  • to provide services based on human need, with compassion and respect for human dignity, unrestricted by consideration of nationality, race, creed, colour, or status; to not judge the merits of the patient’s request for service, nor allow the patient’s socioeconomic status to influence our demeanour or the care that we provide.

  • to not use professional knowledge and skills in any enterprise detrimental to the public well-being.

  • to respect and hold in confidence all information of a confidential nature obtained in the course of professional service unless required by law to divulge such information.

  • to use social media in a responsible and professional manner that does not discredit, dishonour, or embarrass another organizations, co-workers, other health care practitioners, patients, individuals or the community at large.

  • as a citizen, to understand and uphold the law and perform the duties of citizenship; as a professional, to work with concerned citizens and other health care professionals in promoting a high standard of emergency medical care to all people.

  • to maintain professional competence, striving always for clinical excellence in the delivery of patient care.

  • to assume responsibility in upholding standards of professional practice and education.

  • to assume responsibility for individual professional actions and judgment, both in dependent and independent emergency functions, and to know and uphold the laws which affect the practice of Medic/EMT or Paramedic.

  • to be aware of and participate in matters of legislation and regulation affecting First Aid.

  • to work cooperatively with all emergency associates and other allied healthcare professionals in the best interest of our patients.

  • to refuse participation in unethical procedures and unethical conduct

Child Safe Code of Conduct

As an employee, contractor or volunteer, I am responsible for promoting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in this workplace.

  • I will not:

Subject a child to any form of corporal punishment, social isolation, immobilisation, sexual suggestion, offence or misconduct.

  • Direct a child to perform in a sexually provocative or unsafe manner.

  • Communicate with a child in ways that are likely to humiliate, frighten or distress the child.

  • Use tobacco products or possess or be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs at any time while working with children.

  • Develop any ‘special’ relationships with children that could be seen as grooming/favouritism such as the offering of gifts or special treatment.

  • Do things of a personal nature that a child can do for themselves, such as toileting or changing clothes.


  • I will:

  • Treat children with respect and be a positive role model in my conduct with them. 

  • Communicate with the children in an age appropriate and realistic manner. 

  • Set clear boundaries about appropriate behaviour between myself and a child.

  • Only have physical contact with a child in ways which are appropriate to my professional or agreed role and responsibilities.

  • Be willing to listen and respond appropriately to a child’s views and concerns. 

  • Respond quickly, fairly and transparently to any serious complaints made by a child or related to a child.

  • Abide by my reporting obligations in relation to the employer’s Incident Register.

  • Abide by the mandatory Code of Practice as part of the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) (Child Employment) Regulation 2015.

If there is a concerns relating to any child related potential or existing problems this must be reported to Emergency Medics Australia and the Office of the Office of the Children’s Guardian


All our medics and first responders must agree to this code.


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Intensive Pre Hospital Care is Available

External Accreditation of Medic/Educators

Professional Association of Event and Industrial Medics Australia, Incorporated


Our Medic/instructors are members of and/or accredited by one or more of the following professional organisations/associations or partner RTO's 

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