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Look Inside: Occupational Safety and Health in the Emergency Services, Fifth Edition

Posted by Public Safety Group on 3/5/21 4:08 PM

The Fifth Edition of Occupational Safety and Health in the Emergency Services is available now! Check out an exclusive sneak peek.

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Topics: Safety, Fire

Special Circumstances of Resuscitation

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 5/2/16 1:08 PM

Bob Elling, MPA, EMT-P

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Topics: Safety, CPR & AED

Systems of Care and Continuous Quality Improvement

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 4/11/16 4:47 PM

Bob Elling, MPA, EMT-P

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Topics: Safety, training, CPR & AED, EMS, Fire, safety

Navigate 2 Customer Satisfaction Survey [Results]

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 4/7/16 11:08 AM

The results are in!

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Topics: Public Safety, Safety, training, EMS, Fire, safety

Drones: How New Technology is Helping Fire Fighters

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 4/14/15 11:52 AM

As wildfires increase in frequency and intensity, fire fighters are utilizing all available technology to combat these dangerous infernos and keep their crews safe.

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Topics: Safety, technology, drones, Fire, First Responder, response

National Preparedness Month: Start Your Emergency Planning Today

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 9/19/14 2:24 PM

September is National Preparedness Month, and with it comes the reminder to plan ahead for the chance of hazards and disasters in our everyday lives. Although these occurrences are unlikely for many of us, it is important to prepare for emergencies that can affect our families, homes, and communities.

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Topics: Safety, Emergency Care, EMS, Fire, First Responder, preparedness, response

Putting Google Glass to Work for Public Safety Professionals

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 2/12/14 10:38 AM

A North Carolina fire fighter has developed an app for Google Glass that he hopes will enable first responders to save time during an emergency. As a "Google Explorer," Patrick Jackson is a member of Google's Glass Explorer Program, which allows him to test the wearable technology before it goes to market. Right now, his app is geared towards assisting fire fighters in the field by displaying important information hands-free at the fire fighter's command. Relevant and timely information may include: dispatch data, location of emergency, nearest fire hydrants, etc.

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Topics: google, Public Safety, Safety, technology, EMS, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Fire, First Responder, response

Help Students Choose Fire-Safe Campus Housing

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 6/19/13 12:57 PM

As the school year draws to a close, many college and university students are researching and choosing their on- or off-campus housing for their return in September. With final examinations looming, boxes being hastily packed up, and end of the year parties in full swing, choosing a safe housing option for the start of next semester is not always a top priority for students. The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) urges students and parents to stay informed on campus fire safety steps they can take now to ensure a safe school year ahead.

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Topics: Safety, United States Fire Administration, campus housing, college, EMS, Fire, National Fire Protection Association, safety, university

Exploring the Decision to Respond...REALLY?

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 5/30/13 2:37 PM
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Topics: Respond, Safety, Bill Kimball, CPR & AED, ECSI, First Responder, response

Public Safety Educator on Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy

Posted by Jessica Carmichael on 12/20/12 2:08 PM

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Topics: Safety, Bill Kimball, CPR & AED, EMS, Fire, First Responder, Paramedic, response, Sandy Hook

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