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Stop The Bleed!

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The Officers and Members of the Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department are committed to providing information and education to the public on how to manage life threatening hemmoraging in traumatic or active assailant events.  We encourage you to view the information and visit the links below to access educational information from our education partners.  For more informaiton about how to Stop The Bleed, or to schedule a Stop The Bleed class, please contact us at


What is Stop The Bleed How do I Stop The Bleed Information on Tourniquets


Watch additional videos on how to Stop The Bleed here!


What is Stop The Bleed?

Today we live in a world where terrorism, the actions of unstable people, and the dangerous impulses of friends and relatives are very real and becoming increasingly more frequent.

Massive bleeding from any cause, but particularly from an active shooter or explosive event where a response is delayed, can result in death. Similar to how the general public learns and performs CPR, the public must learn proper bleeding control techniques, including how to use their hands, dressings, and tourniquets. Victims can quickly die from uncontrolled bleeding, within five to 10 minutes.  However, anyone at the scene can act as immediate responder and save lives if they know what to do. Using information published at, which supports Presidential Policy Directive 8 for national preparedness, Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department aims to assist with the education of those who live, work, and commute through our response area.  



How Do I Stop The Bleed?

Stopping the Bleed is as Easy as A, B, C...

A- Alert! 

Call 9-1-1 or send someone else to do it.

B- Bleeding! 

Find the source of the bleeding.

C- Compress! 

Apply pressure to stop the bleeding.


Visit BleedingControl.Org for more information on how to Stop The Bleed! Download BleedingControl.Org's Stop The Bleed Booklet here!
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Information on Tourniquets

When direct pressure on a wound is not enough to control the bleeding, it's sometimes necessary to apply a tourniquet.  It's important to remember that the application of a tourniquet will cause some discomfort, but it is necessary in order to stop potentially life-threatening bleeding.  To apply a tourniquet, follow these steps:

  • Wrap the tourniquet around the bleeding arm or leg about 2 to 3 inches above the bleeding site
    • Be sure NOT to place the tourniquet onto a joint—go above the joint if necessary
  • A- Pull the free end of the tourniquet to make it as tight as possible, then secure the free end.
  • B- Twist or wind the windlass until bleeding stops.
  • C- Secure the windlass to keep the tourniquet tight.
  • D- Note the time the tourniquet was applied.
Using a Tourniquet

Click Here for information on how to purchase a Tourniquet like the one shown in the video.

Note: Lineboro does not endorse any one particular manufacturer of commercial tourniquets.


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