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Greenville High School



Greenville High School


Greenville High School

Emergency Action Plan


Greenville High School Athletics

9 Donation Road, Greenville, PA 16125



Emergency Contact Phone Numbers:

Patrick Maloney, ATC. . . . . (814) 853-1140

Athletic Director (AD)..  . . . (724) 301-4484

School Office Phone. . . . . .  (724) 588-2500

School Nurse Office Phone. .(724) 588-3429

Ambulance, Fire, and Police. . . . . . . . . . .911

Greenville Orthopedics. . . .  .(724) 588-7461

Poison Control Center. . . . . 1(800) 222-1222


Information to be provided over the phone:

  1. Name and phone number calling from
  2. Exact location of emergency and directions
  3. Type of injury or illness
  4. Condition of patient(s) and type of treatment
  5. Number of people injured
  6. Other information as requested and be the last one to hang up


Emergency Care:

Apply basic emergency care as situation requires. 

  1. Check life threatening conditions
    1. Level of consciousness – if unconscious call 911 immediately
    2. Airway – is airway blocked
    3. Breathing – is person breathing
    4. Circulation – does person have pulse
    5. Bleeding – is person bleeding severely
  2. Call 911 now if necessary
  3. Apply basic first aid as situation requires
    1. Adult CPR: 30 compressions for every 2 breaths (slow, don’t force)
    2. Bleeding: direct pressure over injury; elevate injury over heart if possible; apply sterile dressing over injury;
    3. Splint fractures
    4. Cervical Collar – apply if suspected neck injury; prevent any movement of neck when applying cervical collar
    5. Spine Boarding – use if suspected head, neck or spine injury; prevent any movement of spine while attaching to spine board
    6. Treat for Shock – if necessary


Equipment and supplies:

All available emergency equipment is stored in AT room and Football Field House. 


1. Nurses room hallway

2. Main Gym hallway

3. Superintendent’s Office hallway




Medical records and other documents are kept in the athletic director’s office.


Environmental Conditions:

Heat Injuries

Heat Cramps – dehydration, thirst, sweating, muscle cramps, fatigue

Heat Syncope (fainting) – dehydration, fatigue, tunnel vision, pale or sweaty skin, decreased pulse rate, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting

Heat exhaustion - normal or elevated temperature, dehydration, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting, headache, nausea, diarrhea, decreased urine output, persistent muscle cramps, pale skin, profuse sweating, chills, cool/clammy skin, intestinal cramps, urge to defecate, weakness, hyperventilation

Heat stroke - high body-core temperature, central nervous system changes, dizziness, drowsiness, irrational behavior, confusion, irritability, emotional instability, hysteria, apathy, aggressiveness, delirium, disorientation, staggering, seizures, loss of consciousness, coma, dehydration, weakness, hot and wet or dry skin, fast heart beat, low blood pressure, hyperventilation, vomiting, diarrhea; cool athlete immediately in any way possible, can lead to death


Cold Injuries

Frostnip – white/waxy skin, numbness; typically cheeks, earlobes, fingers, and toes

Frostbite – white skin, “wooden” feel to affected area, numbness, possible anesthesia; warm slowly, no rubbing

Hypothermia – shivering, loss of function, slurred speech, dazed, irrational behavior, pale skin, dilated pupils, decreased pulse


Inform  ATC  and  EMS  of  any  emergency  situation immediately.


START Triage Plan



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