FIREFIGHTER TRAINING

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The Fire Academy is an all NEW year-round interactive digital platform that brings firefighters training from industry leaders in order to continue supporting their efforts in the communities they serve. The content will discuss key themes around topics including: Safety, Leadership/Management, Company Officer, and many more. With a collaborative backing of FDIC International and Fire Engineering, you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to help support training in the fire service industry.

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A Paramedic’s Experience with a Safer, Smarter Ambulance

A Paramedic’s Experience with a Safer, Smarter Ambulance

This adventure to find a safer way to be in the back of a moving ambulance and provide excellent care for my patient started about 11 years ago with an injury (like most things that stimulate change). While working in a Type II van, my partner made some aggressive moves at highway speeds with a sudden stop that tossed me around and I ended up with a few cracked ribs. This mishap has made me look at ways to make it safer in the back of the ambulance without inhibiting our jobs. Whether it be equipment, technology or just asking why we were doing something -- it was all on the table. Fighting tradition, resistance to change and the always present "what if‚" we continue to move forward. Now we are seeing the benefits in safety on the personnel and financial sides.
Actionable EMS Metrics to Improve Prehospital Patient Care

Actionable EMS Metrics to Improve Prehospital Patient Care

Patient care reporting technology has improved in leaps and bounds, and many agencies find themselves with an ocean of data but struggle to translate the data into actionable information. In this webcast, Dr. Brent Myers and David Moran with Guilford County Emergency Services will focus on five key EMS metrics that can truly deliver results in key areas that matter most in your community. Join us for this event sponsored by ESO.
Active Shooter Incidents in America

Active Shooter Incidents in America

This special EMS Today panel discussion and webcast will involve key responders from Orlando, San Bernardino and Dallas. The panel will discuss lessons learned from the active shooter incidents that took place in their response areas. The panel will also discuss response and operational protocols and procedure implemented at the incidents, revisions made since the incident and changes or additions made to medical/trauma/protective equipment deployment.
Adding Value to your EMS Supply Management System

Adding Value to your EMS Supply Management System

In order to effectively deliver safe and efficient patient care, frontline first response and ambulance, and flight crews need a reliable supply and logistic program. Not all EMS operations are alike and maintaining consistent inventory can be a challenge in a fixed base or distributed operations environment. The key to effective management of a department's equipment and consumable supply inventory is improved by taking a systems perspective to managing this essential patient care inventory. A well designed and monitored system can ensure both quality care and support effective financial management.
Adjusting to Change: Communication Methods for EMS Leaders

Adjusting to Change: Communication Methods for EMS Leaders

EMS providers are vital to our healthcare system. They provide care in a high-stress, fast-paced environment, which often leads to early burnout. Many also provide interfacility care and transport in a high-stress environment. These factors can foster management challenges for EMS agency administrators, and sudden changes in leadership or policy within an organization can lead to personnel feeling abandoned, ignored or unimportant. In this webcast, you'll learn ways to foster an environment of open communication and recognition to improve the overall health of your agency.

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