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Sketching software helps with the fire pre-plan process to easily develop well-documented visual plans of properties with fire prevention and evacuation plans.
First Line Technology applied for this prestigious award, which is based on percentage growth over the course of the past three years.
Addison Fire & EMS (Mich.) Announces Their Switch to Aladtec’s EMS Manager for Online Employee Scheduling and Certification Tracking
Seeing neighboring departments using EMS Manager for online employee scheduling and workforce management, the Addison agency knew it was the best solution for their needs too.
The boot camp will provide refreshers of routine procedures by having the medics rotate through different stations.
ESO Hospital Data Exchange is designed to close the loop on patient care, enabling EMS and hospitals to collaborate on the care they provide in both the prehospital and hospital environment.
Westerkirk Capital and Ironbridge Equity Partners Announce That They, Together with Management, Have Acquired Demers Ambulances
Demers Ambulances is the Canadian leader in ambulance design, manufacture and distribution and one of the largest firms in North America.
Southwest Ambulance duty officer Joshua Zayas "was on a crusade to find the whole truth because history has been filtered."
U.K. ambulance CEO visits Richmond (Va.) Ambulance Authority and MedStar EMS in Fort Worth, Texas, as part of delegation to examine high-performance EMS systems.
System combines liability protection and post-incident review benefits of video and audio recordings.
Two communities receive EMS benefits from Arizona Mexico Commission.
HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.
The agency will use the equipment to support reliable and interoperable public safety communications for its missions to keep the homeland safe, including border protection, customs enforcement, drug interdiction, and emergency response to natural and man-made disasters.
Welch Allyn Teams with Heart to Heart International to Assist with Humanitarian Efforts in Guatemala
The group educated elementary school children on the importance of healthcare and trained doctors and nurses how to use Welch Allyn diagnostic devices donated by the company to clinics in the region.
The funds will be used primarily to increase the company’s sales and marketing efforts and position it for expansion and targeted acquisition opportunities.
Two Additional Wis. EMS Agencies Choose Aladtec’s EMS Manager to Improve Crew Scheduling and Workforce Management
Online employee scheduling systems allow any approved user to access the data 24/7/365 from anywhere with internet access.
Vidacare Corporation Creates New Medical Director of Clinical Affairs Position for Intraosseous Vascular Access Division
Two prominent emergency physicians hired as Medical Directors of Clinical Affairs.
Rider Alert offers free, waterproof identification cards that are placed inside a rider’s helmet to give first responders access to vital, life-saving information on injured riders involved in crashes.
The new name better describes the products it produces and accurately reflects the company’s mission of supporting better outcomes through early cooling during cardiac arrest, stroke or traumatic brain injury.
Laerdal Medical Is Making Simulation-Based Training Easier for EMS Organizations with a Discover Simulation Toolkit
Laerdal collaborated with JEMS to create an immersive educational experience that included the release of a “Discover Simulation” Toolkit as part of the 2012 JEMS Games EMS Competition in Baltimore, Md.
First Line Technology Awarded Contract for Joint Sensitive Equipment Wipes (JSEW) from the Dept. of the Army
First Line Technology was awarded a contract for Joint Sensitive Equipment Wipes from the Army Contracting Command. The JSEWs contain FiberTect®, an activated carbon wipe for dry decontamination.
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