Operations And Protcols

Rescuers Train for Farm Accidents

About 45 paramedics, volunteer firefighters and other rescuers from across the state spent the weekend learning what to expect when faced with a farm-related accident as well as the techniques necessary to per form safe rescues.

Posted Monday, September 24, 2007

Under Plan, Cost of Overseeing Ambulances in Colorado Springs Up 19 Percent

The cost of overseeing the region's ambulance contractor, AMR, will increase by 19 percent over this year and 178 percent over 2006 under a proposal scheduled for Colorado Springs City Council approval Tuesday.

Posted Monday, September 24, 2007

Report Finds N.J. EMS System in Critical Condition; Urges Overhaul

New Jersey's EMS system is in a "state of near crisis" and requires an urgent, fundamental overhaul that should include the creation of a new state division and the transfer of EMS responsibilities to cities and towns, a long-awaited report says.

Posted Sunday, September 23, 2007

Paramedics Stand at the Ready on Southeast Texas Sidelines

Look in the ambulance at the end of the stadium some Friday night, and there's no telling what you might find: torn-up shoulders, busted ankles, painful hernias. And that's just the paramedics.

Posted Sunday, September 23, 2007

Response to pit bull attack is criticized

Family says paramedics took too long to get to Baltimore home of girl, 7.

Posted Sunday, September 23, 2007

Board OKs 9-1-1 requests

The Tyrone Township, Mich., Board voted 4-3 on Tuesday to allow Livingston County 911 dispatchers to honor a caller's request for ambulance service only.

Posted Sunday, September 23, 2007

FDNY's Top Chief Urges Safety Fixes

A top New York City fire official called on the federal government yesterday make "a concerted, long-term effort" to protect first responders.

Posted Thursday, September 20, 2007

Two Clinics Open to Treat Ground Zero Patients

Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces two free medical clinics for 9/11 workers.

Posted Thursday, September 20, 2007

Ailing Texas 911 System to Receive $4.5 Million

Under a newly approved city budget, the San Antonio Fire Department will receive $4.5 million for system improvements.

Posted Thursday, September 20, 2007


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