Offshore paramedics perform the vital role of providing medical attention and emergency trauma care to offshore workers.
They’re highly trained and skilled medical professionals, but it takes more than just EMT training to be successful in the role. Offshore medics are stationed away from home for months at a time. They need to be self-motivated, independent and ready to take on a variety of roles outside of their medical responsibilities, from admin duties to health and safety inductions.
It’s a unique job, but for an adventurous paramedic, it could be the exciting challenge you’ve been seeking. In this article, we take a look at what it takes to be an offshore paramedic.