On-site Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Staffing Requirements:

Moscone's exclusive provider of First Aid staffing is required in the First Aid Centers from the start of move in to the end of move out for any event taking place at The Moscone Center. This applies to any show-related activity, including but not limited to:

  • Move In
  • Registration
  • Conference sessions, meetings, networking
  • Receptions
  • Special Events
  • Child Care*
  • Move Out
    First Aid staffing is required to begin (30) minutes prior to show-related activity within the facility, and remain open (30) minutes after the last show-related activity concludes.  Each Moscone building has a permanent First Aid Center, and all buildings utilized by an event must an EMT on duty during show activity in that building.
    *Any event that provides on-site child care at Moscone is required to have (1) First Aid Center staffed with an EMT while the child care service is in operation.
    Scheduling Your Emergency Medical Services
    The Moscone Center has contracted with CrowdRx to exclusively provide Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) to manage all First Aid Centers.  EMT staffing is based on building use, number of attendees, activities taking place, and when the building is in use for the event.  EMT shifts are scheduled for a minimum of (4) hours and scheduled in (30) minute increments.  Moscone will submit requested EMT hours for the event on the client’s behalf. Client will need to provide the Moscone Event Manager the schedule of events and associated hours (1) month prior to the event move-in date.  EMT billing will be included on the final event statement.
    Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
    EMTs are certified by the State of California. CrowdRx EMTs have equipment necessary to provide emergency patient care, such as automated external defibrillators (AED), oxygen, emergency glucose, and trauma supplies. They can provide over the counter medication such as ibuprofen, aspirin, allergy medication, cough drops, and bandages. EMTs are not certified to intubate nor start an intravenous (IV) line on a patient.
    For rates please refer to the First Aid/Emergency Medical Services line item on the Budget Review Worksheet
    For specialized services from CrowdRx, please check with your Event Manager to discuss additional medical staffing or services such as:
  • Onsite screening of attendees
  • Physician or nurse onsite
  • Manager onsite to oversee CrowdRx team
  • Onsite Ambulance assistance