Training, protocols, and confirmation of technical proficiency are necessary components of a safe approach to endotracheal intubation.
Ride-alongs are common recruitment tools, but not without risk. They should be handled in a thoughtful manner with adequate input from local counsel.
The reality of the driving and safety environment must temper the manner in which the Emergency Vehicle Operator (EVO) chooses driving behaviors.
Organizational and environmental factors that play important roles in preventing or mitigating worker fatigue and offer guidelines for sustaining EMS provider on-the-job alertness.
What safety/risk issues do you anticipate with a workforce that has an aging component and an increasingly short-lived transitory group?
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In order to transport children safely we rely on specialized equipment.
When the ambient temperature gets high enough to overcome the body’s ability to dissipate heat, heat-related illnesses occur.