Over time, regular clothing has moved towards a more casual look and so have the uniforms of fire and rescue services.
EMS personnel in the post-Roe v. Wade world will need to be prepared to handle new abortion-related emergencies.
Recently, I had the privilege of attending two fire conferences. As I attended both conferences, I noticed some interesting trends.
Police and fire services not being “essential” services in a person’s state of residence is unimaginable, and EMS should be no different.
Whether or not ambulance crews should be armed for self-defense continues to be a much-debated issue in the United States.
For first responders, flooding and water rescues require adequate funding, training, and equipment – all of which will help save lives.
Dr. Randall Hanifen takes a look at the benefits of attending one of the many upcoming national fire conferences.
The operational model used by fire services varies across the globe, but we have much in common, including our training principles.