Initial guidelines for sustaining EMS provider alertness and managing fatigue in EMS operations

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.

Lights and sirens in the driver's seat

The reality of the driving and safety environment must temper the manner in which the Emergency Vehicle Operator (EVO) chooses driving behaviors.

Changing times

What safety/risk issues do you anticipate with a workforce that has an aging component and an increasingly short-lived transitory group?

Ride-alongs and apprenticeships

Ride-alongs are common recruitment tools, but not without risk. They should be handled in a thoughtful manner with adequate input from local counsel.

Basic information needed on your wedding venue contracts

Clearly written contracts, with no surprises, will lead to more seamless events and avoid frustrations on both sides. We’ve put together a list of items to keep in mind when drafting contracts.

Preparing for infectious disease outbreaks or pandemic influenza

Having a practiced emergency action plan in place will increase your success in managing a potential crisis or communicable disease outbreak within your program.

5 ways to promote your event planning business

We’ve put together a list of ways you can get the word out about the services you offer.

What to do in the event of a boating accident

Do you know what to do in the event of a boating accident? Find helpful information here! Protect yourself and your boat.

Affordable wedding decorations

10 affordable wedding decoration ideas that won't break the bank!

How boat usage can affect your insurance rates

Where and when you use your boat can affect boat insurance rates. Read what you should consider telling your insurance company to keep your premiums low.

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