I don't really understand the idea the that first responder training is all that. As the previous poster said, first aid is a 4-8 hour class. Anyone with basic common sense could figure it out. TNCC cert is only a two day course, most of which is also common sense. Another poster made it seem like scene safety is a constant battleground.....really? As a former firefighter, medic, Search and Rescue tech, and current trauma nurse, unless you live in Compton, the scene survey takes all of 15 seconds and 99% of the time is completely benign. Keep your wits about you, but it's not rocket surgery. First responders have a basic, elementary school level skill set....and I say this as one of them. It's not some unattainable holy grail that requires 15 years of experience to do properly. I've saved lives by pulling over and being of service when no one else was around. In the instances that happened any competent nurse would have been able to do the same, whether med/surg, NICU, or ED. Also, the numerous times I've stopped to see if I could be of help it has never been for some nefarious scammers. The media makes it look as if that is the norm but it isn't. That should never influence your decision to help....the likelihood that that is what's actually going on is very, very slim.