SREMSC Office Will Be Closed for Symposium and Observance of Veterans Day, November 7-12th, reopening on November 13.


Online Registration for the 2018 Alaska EMS Symposium Closes

Monday, November 5, Midnight

Registration for Symposium is OPEN!


Click the image above to find out more about what this year's symposium is about!


Updates to Proposed EMS Regulations

The updated/amended proposed regulation changes with updated/amended attachments published on 9/21/2018 can be found at

  • These documents have been updated based on the initial public comment and a new or extended public comment period is open until 5pm on 12/5/2018.
  • Written or oral comments may be submitted on 11/13/2018 during a hearing on the proposed changes that will take place as outlined in the full notice available at the link above.  Remember that only comments with a question will be directly answered.

The Bureau of Fire Accreditation, Standards and Training (BFAST) would like you to please complete this short survey to in providing you the most appropriate support for your organization. 


Please click the link below to be forwarded to the survey!


Thank You!


Bureau of Fire Accreditation, Standards and Training 

Celebrating 15 Years of EMS Live @ Nite! 

This FREE live, interactive program utilizing Webinar, is broadcast monthly to communities in throughout the region. Participants include Emergency Medical Service (EMS), fire and law enforcement personnel, public health and hospital staff and other members of the community.


Click on the link to participate each month. You may join this live interactive video conference from your computer, tablet or smartphone.  EMS Live@Nite Webinar


Courses are presented the second Tuesday of each month, 7:00 – 8:15 p.m. (Pacific). To download course materials, click the image above to go to the EMS Live @ Nite website. To download a list of upcoming dates and topic, click here.


EMS Live@Nite is an approved EMS OTEP Education Program 

Stop the Bleed App!






Check out the new app teaches

civilians how to ‘Stop the Bleed’








The “Stop the Bleed” app, which is free of charge, was designed to teach the public how to save lives in an emergency. A new app was released to teach civilians how to “Stop the Bleed” and save lives in case of an emergency.


The free “Stop the Bleed” app was recently launched by the Uniformed Services University’s National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health in an effort to teach the public how to stop life-threatening bleeding. 

Barter Board

Check out SREMSC's new Barter Board on Facebook! You can view and barter for surplus emergency services materials all over Alaska! Just request to join our group by clicking on the image above!

Symposium 2017 Award Photographs

Below is a selection of our Opening Session photographs and award photographs from our 2017 Symposium.