A formal EAP is structured to help employees with personal and/or work-related problems that impact job performance, health, and mental/emotional well-being.
The number of fatal crashes decreases in winter, but the number of property damage and non-fatal crashes increases. By anticipating what you might encounter, you may be able decrease risk.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse issues an updated fact sheet regarding such drugs in January of this year.
To create a workplace that fosters information sharing, we must eliminate the four "don't be these ways": bad manners, bullying, burnout and blues.
Injury prevention will not occur unless those in harms way exercise vigilance and acquire the skills to protect themselves.
EMS personnel are 2.5 times more likely to die in a crash than other workers. Roughly 70% of fatal crashes occur while running hot.
The decision to have ride-alongs requires due diligence that considers the risks and benefits of such activities.
Sustained performance as it may be affected by degraded levels of alertness, drowsiness and fatigue.
The United States is experiencing an opioid crisis that has clinical and safety implications for EMS.
You are performing a service for your patients if you stay home when ill. You are performing a service to your patients and yourself if you use good hygiene.