Aero-medical organisation CareFlight gave emergency service personnel a crash-course in learning vital emergency management exercises during a simulation session in Launceston on Saturday.
Representatives from the Tasmanian Fire Service, Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management, Parks and Wildlife Service, SES, Surf Life Saving and other departments attended the information session.
Paramedic educator at CareFlight Liz Ward said the day was about educating anyone whose job might involve dealing with a traumatic incident on rendering them able to be fully equipped in those situations.
"We want them in this room to be able to up-skill them just a little bit ... to give them a couple more tools to their first aid belt," she said.
Attendees participated in the MediSim workshop, which is a mobile trauma education program that is run in every state by CareFlight each year.
"We deliver this program in rural and remote communities around the country that typically may not get any other access to trauma education," Ms Ward said.
"The feedback we get from participants consistently wherever we go is that they love it. They feel like they have a lot more confidence to have a go because they're out there in these situations where they don't have professional medical support.
"It also helps foster the relationships between all the agencies as well, because we all work together in these sessions and we're all here for the same reason."