Take a deeper look into the lessons learned from the front lines of the San Bernardino attack on December 2, 2015. Hear the first-hand account from Carly Crews, San Bernardino's EMS Coordinator.
Remember 2 Things: Radio Communications on repeaters
Remember 2 Things: Staging manager
Remember 2 Things: Large MCI radio communications
Two decades later: How fire, EMS response has changed since Columbine
Disrupt the Odds: Enhancing Community Preparedness and Response
No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene. Empower your community to Stop the Bleed®.
Trauma patients can be some of the toughest cases for EMS providers to manage because every minute can make the difference between life and death.