May the G-Force Be with You
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Road Safety systems that monitor every aspect of the ambulance operations from seat belt usage, lights and siren activation to the G forces that apply to the vehicle are fast becoming commonplace in the public safety industry.
The Richmond Ambulance Authority has long operated such a system that has resulted in accident reduction, cost saving and above all, a smooth and safe ride for the patient.
This webcast will explore the operating system in use by RAA, the benefits associated with monitoring every aspect of vehicle operation and the use and application.
| Rob Lawrence
Chief Operating Officer
Rob Lawrence is the Chief Operating Officer of the Richmond Ambulance Authority (RAA) in Richmond Virginia. He came to the USA three years ago expressly to work with RAA. Prior to that, Rob was the Chief Operating Officer for the English County of Suffolk as part of the East of England Ambulance Service.
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