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- It’s Only Funny on TV
January 1, 2013
When someone falls on TV or in the movies it generally provokes laughter, but if someone falls on your organization’s premises it is not a laughing matter.
- Preventing Stress Begins at Breakfast
August 1, 2012
Stress is a fact of everyday life in Emergency Services. What is stress exactly?
- The Temperature’s Rising
July 1, 2012
Incident Commanders must be concerned with many issues and as the seasons change to summer, heat must be one of the most important.
- Danger…Distracted Driving
June 1, 2012
A few years ago I visited with an ambulance company which was having a high frequency of minor motor vehicle accidents.
- Preventing Theft in Emergency Service Buildings
January 1, 2012
The Fire and EMS services are always trying to obtain the best possible equipment to do your jobs in the manner which your community deserves.
- Report Writing…Dull, But Important Stuff
November 1, 2010
You’ve completed a tough assignment and done a magnificent job. Maybe it was a multiple family dwelling fire, vehicle extrication, or a child who was not breathing.
- Are You Feeling Lucky?
October 1, 2010
Are you feeling lucky? That is what I and 182 other passengers were asking each other on the five hour flight from Philly to Vegas on Friday night.
- Security…A Whole New Ballgame
September 1, 2010
When you think of security at your Fire or EMS Stations, your thoughts usually encompass door locks, alarm and video systems, or secured drug or petty cash storage.
- Hurricane Safety Tips
August 1, 2010
As we move into hurricane season over a good portion of our country, emergency responders must keep in mind that you are also vulnerable to the destructive forces of Mother Nature.
- This “Trip” is Not Really Necessary
July 1, 2010
As a first responder, think about the dangerous situations you face almost daily.
- It’s Only Funny on TV