To limit EMS liability at active shooter incidents, it’s important to understand and follow the 2013 FEMA guide and the NFPA 3000 standard.
Dr. Michael Guttenberg, Northwell Health's medical director of clinical preparedness and Center for Emergency Medical Services (CEMS) died on Tuesday morning.
Philip Callahan, PhD, a member of the Alliance on EMS Resiliency has detailed 10 important tips for developing resiliency and coping with stress in the days, weeks and months ahead.
The mass shooting, which occurred during the final act of a three-day outdoor music festival near the Mandalay Bay Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, has been reported to have killed at least 50 people, including two off-duty police officers, and wounded more than 200 others.
Several small, quick decisions by San Diego firefighters and paramedics contributed to the management of an active shooter incident at a pool party in an upscale seaside community.
Learn about chemical weapons and treatment options.
Learn about the unique characteristics of a complex coordinated attack, and how EMS providers can prepare for one.
EMTs, Paramedics and firefighters have been, and continue to be attacked, ambushed, held hostage and harmed indiscriminately or on purpose.
A real-time perspective of ground zero during an unexpected event.
The New Orleans Emergency Medical Services Foundation donated six active shooter kits to New Orleans Emergency Medical Services after receiving a grant from Hermes Beyond the Parade.