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Agency Description: Utah Olympic Park ski patrol program supports and participates in the
ski and outdoor recreation community by providing emergency care, rescue, and education
services. There are several activities and sites available for people at the Utah Olympic Park. In
our evaluation, we are focusing on the Freestyle Aerial Jumps. Ski patrollers are available on site
during the jumps to provide care and safety for the participants. They also provide health and
safety education to the participants to prevent accidents and limit the severity of injuries.
Engage Stakeholders:
A. Operations:
Our operations group consists of everyone who is involved in care giving at the Park, transport
staff, and dispatchers.
1. Utah Olympic Park Ski Patrol Management:
a. Medical Manager: Chad Deavers.
b. Incident Investigator: Steve Campbell.
c. Ski Patrol Chief.
d. Various Ski Patrol Supervisors.
2. Paid Patrollers.
3. Mountain Operations Manager: Jamie Kimball.
4. Administration Staff.
5. Park City Fire Department Ambulance staff. Utah Olympic Park Patrollers collaborate with
Park City Fire Department to Transport patients to Park City Hospital.
6. Park City Hospital Emergency Department staff and administration.
7. Utah Air med staff. Including the flight medic, flight nurse and the pilots. In collaboration
with the University of Utah, Utah Olympic Park Ski Patrol transport critical patients to the
University of Utah Hospital.
To get information from our operation stakeholders, we arranged interviews. We also
communicated with them via email to get more information needed.
B. Audience:
1. Freestyle aerial jump athletes.
Those athletes make up about 50% of the Park visitors, 70% are permanent residents in Park City
and 30% are visitors and partial residents.
2. Freestyle aerial jump Juniors.
Juniors contribute to about 20% of the Park visitors, they have juniors Aerial freestyle program.
3. Freestyle aerial jump pool guests 30%.
The Park’s guests’ presence peak during the ski season and Sundance Festival. They come from
all places and around the world to visit Park City.
4. Crowd, family members, friends, Trainers.
All these people are present at the high slop jump, they might get injured while moving or if they
come in with any type of illness. Therefore, it is our responsibility to provide care for them as
well.

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We conducted surveys to see what the audience’s expectations are and what level of care they
wish to receive.
C. Users of Evaluations:
We understand that many users could use and benefit from our evaluation. However, Utah
Olympic Park Ski Patrol management is the number one user of our evaluation, because they are
the ones who can make changes and understand the program the best. Also, the audience could
have some interests in using our evaluation to see if they will be receiving the adequate care and
if they should be worried about their health and safety. Here is a list of the evaluation users
ranked from higher to lower:
1. Utah Olympic Park Ski Patrol Management.
2. Utah Olympic Park Legacy Foundation.
3. The legacy foundation supervises all programs at the Park Center, they could use our
evaluation to see how the Ski Patrol program of the Aerial freestyle jumps is working.
4. Mountain operation manager: Jamie Kimball.
5. Since she manages different mountain ski resorts, she could compare our program to others
and give us great feedback.
6. The program audience.
From the audience, mostly the athletes since they make up about 50% and they do more risky
and high jumps, therefore they are at higher risk of injuries. They would be the most interested in
our evaluation to ensure an adequate level of treatment and have a safe environment to do their
jumps.
The ski patrol management would like to use our evaluation to know if the program is
functioning adequately, does it have a good flow, and how is their response time comparing to
similar programs. Meanwhile, the Audience would like to know if their health and safety are
fully addressed at the park, if the care that they will be receiving is adequate enough.
They also want the athletes and the juniors to provide a medical history report, this will improve
the quality of care and reduce time of treatment onsite.
Describe the Program:
Reason for being: This type of sport is very risky and dangerous, people who perform the
jumps are at higher risk for life threatening injuries. Therefore, the presence of ski patrollers is
necessary to deliver care when needed.

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Agency Description: Utah Olympic Park ski patrol program supports and participates in the ski and outdoor recreation community by providing emergency care, rescue, and education services. There are several activities and sites available for people at the Utah Olympic Park. In our evaluation, we are focusing on the Freestyle Aerial Jumps. Ski patrollers are available on site during the jumps to provide care and safety for the participants. They also provide health and safety education to the participants to prevent accidents and limit the severity of injuries. Engage Stakeholders: A. Operations: Our operations group consists of everyone who is involved in care giving at the Park, transport staff, and dispatchers. 1. Utah Olympic Park Ski Patrol Management: a. Medical Manager: Chad Deavers. b. Incident Investigator: Steve Campbell. c. Ski Patrol Chief. d. Various Ski Patrol Supervisors. 2. Paid Patrollers. 3. Mountain Operations Manager: Jamie Kimball. 4. Administration Staff. 5. Park City Fire Department Ambulance staff. Utah Olympic Park Patrollers collaborate with Park City Fire Department to Transport patients to Park City Hospital. 6. Park City Hospital Emergency Department staff and administration. 7. Utah Air med staff. Including the flight medic, flight nurse and the pilots. In collaboration with the University of Utah, Utah Olympic Park Ski Patrol transport critical patients to the University of Utah Hospital. To get information from our operation stakeholders, we a ...
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