5th Annual Eastern Utah Care Symposium

*Friday, September 15th *
Friday's agenda includes speakers and hands on training for triage. When a disaster strikes it is one of the first things that is needed and often not done the correct way. Friday will start at 2:00 pm and run until 6:00 pm.

Also, if anyone is interested there will be a 5K run starting at 7:30 pm in the evening.

*Saturday, September 16th*
Saturday's agenda will include several amazing speakers bringing us the latest information on TRAUMA. Some of the topics include SHOCK, Preparing for a Disaster, Back Board or No Back Board, and Lessons Learned from Crandall Canyon Mining Disaster 10 Years Later.  There will also be hands on training on Roles and Responsibilities When Disaster Strikes. Classes begin at 8:00 am sharp and go to 5:30 pm.


Carbon County covers 1,476 square miles with a population of 21,462 (2010 Census) and received its name from the vast amount of coal found in the region. During the early 1880s the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, seeking a route from Denver to Salt Lake City, discovered and opened up the vast coal lands of Carbon County. Coal mining became the major catalyst for development in the county.