Posts Tagged ‘Safety’
We wish for you a safe and happy holiday. In 2010, there were 12,256 crashes at intersections in Ohio during the shopping season – 4,329 people were injured and 33 people were killed. Most crashes were angle and rear-end collisions, often caused by motorists following too close to other vehicles or misjudging the gap in [...]
Chevrolet has produced a quick reference sheet for extrication involving the Chevy Volt. Click here for the Quick Reference Sheet
“When it comes to fire safety, information abounds. But as a busy mom, it’s often hard to find the time to wade through the information and figure out what you need to do to keep your family safer. Here are five simple things that you can do today to help protect your family from fire.” [...]
USFA and the International Association of Fire Fighters Develop Best Practices for Emergency Vehicle and Roadway Operations Safety Emmitsburg, MD. – The United States Fire Administration (USFA), in partnership with the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF), announces the release of Best Practices for Emergency Vehicle and Roadway Operations Safety which highlights the results of [...]
We hope everyone has a safe Fire Prevention Week. In recognition, we have hung an Everyone Goes Homes flag at our ambulance entrance; a reminder to our local heroes that your family and friends need you. Please be safe in all your responses and operations.
Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) operations are unique due to the emergency nature of the flight. The FAA, operators, and the medical community all play a vital role in promoting a positive safety culture that ensures the safety of passengers, flight crews, and medical professional on these flights. In August 2004, the FAA initiated a [...]