National EMS Week is especially important this year as the United States is still working on recovering from COVID-19.
EMS week celebrates the numerous contributions and sacrifices Emergency Medical Services personnel make for their respective communities.
As we celebrate the heroism of firefighters on National Firefighters’ Day on May 4, we wanted to highlight one of our own: Dan Fidonik.
Should law enforcement be the first responders to those having mental health crises? Is there an alternative to sending police officers on 911 mental health calls?
First responders must understand the physiological events that occur in highly stressful situations so they know how to control or effectively mitigate them.
The Triangle Fire permanently changed how people viewed the workplace and led to significant improvements in workplace safety.
COVID-19 caused a cascade of illness, fear and stress among first responders. Learn how they continue to train and manage risk while working with and protecting the public.
By Allison G. S. KnoxContributor, AMUEdge Emergency management literature is rich with examples of community resilience and how to…