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5 ways to protect your ambulance from theft–
Articles about ambulance theft pop-up just enough on EMS1.com to convince me that theft is an actual problem that could happen anytime and anywhere.
Cold weather response tips for EMS–
While great for sports, cold and snow present risks to EMS folks. Take these extra precautions if responding in such conditions.
Back to school vehicle safety tips–
Going back to school is an exciting time for parents and children. However, it is also a time of increased traffic and road activity.
7 EMS and ambulance tips for new police officers–
As a EMS provider, one day you may find yourself working closely with a police officer. To get your new help get acquainted, here are some tips for a quick ambulance orientation
5 Tips to keep the ambulance clean–
A clean ambulance is essential to preserving sanitary conditions and minimizing obstacles and wasted time in emergency situations.
Intersection Safety: Good to be lucky and lucky to be good–
Attentive driving and a mistrust for other drivers can keep you out of an unlucky situation when transporting a patient.
Tips for better management of a chaotic crash scene–
The importance of having a well-stocked c-spine bag
Stay strapped in–
The importance of using seat belts
Farm Rescue and EMS: A State-by-State Directory–
Learn how to respond to complex situations and challenges unique to an agricultural environment
Practice "defensive space" while driving–
Stay a distance behind when stopped at a red light
Staying safe behind the wheel–
Learn how to protect yourself against transportation dangers
9 top patient care report tips for EMTs and paramedics–
Make sure you PCRs are lawsuit-proof with these tips from an EMS-legal expert
First responders ask motorists to "Slow Down, Move Over"–
Initiate safer driving guidelines in your community
Carbon monoxide screening recommended for patients–
Avoid misdiagnosis complications with fast screening
Teaching tip: Highlighting precaution of cross-infection–
Avoid the bad habits that can lead to contamination
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EMS1 Top 5
- Should ambulance crews be allowed to carry weapons?
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- Quiz: How accurately can you triage 10 MCI patients?
- Suit: Ambulance company denied rest breaks to paramedics, EMTs
- Paramedics revive 9-year-old boy hit by line drive
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