(a) The injuries or disabilities from which a casualty is suffering will be depicted as accurately as possible by casualty simulation.
(b) Each team may check their first aid kit and personal equipment prior to leaving the isolation area.
(c) One whistle blast will signal the start of the event for the team. Teams will be advised two minutes prior to finish time with a single whistle blast and a verbal announcement “two minutes to go” and subsequently, two blasts of the whistle will signal the finish of the scenario.
(d) Competitors will be required to manage the situations, examine the casualties, diagnose the nature of the injuries and disabilities and carry out necessary treatment in priority order as dictated by the scenario.