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EMS in the Workplace

Group for those that are either the plant nurse or act as EMTs on the job site.

Members: 56
Latest Activity: Oct 26, 2018

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When is it time to send them home? 2 Replies

Started by Jason A Beck. Last reply by Jen McDade Sep 26, 2018.

NIOSH Research Explores Cleaning Ambulances With UV Light

Started by Jay D. Rohman Jan 19, 2016.

Twas the Night Before Recertification

Started by Rebecca Howard Dec 13, 2011.

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Comment by Steven Meszaros on July 27, 2009 at 6:16am
I have a plant just outside of Rome, Italy and I need to get a couple of the people over there to a good "Incident Command" training program. Does anyone have a lead on a program I can send them to to bring them up to speeed? I would prefere to send them to a program in Europe.
Comment by Ben Lenchner on July 1, 2009 at 12:37pm
Hello.. Im new to the community and am looking forward to talking with you. I am the Safety Coordinator for a metal building components manufacturer. I am also a Firefighter & state certified First Responder.
Comment by Bobby Hunt on May 28, 2009 at 9:25am
Advanced Firefighter and Intermediate EMT fromTexas here....looking for a position that involves emergency response and training. I am also a level 2 instructor and a pro-board certified HAZ-Mat Tech.
Comment by Wendy on May 23, 2009 at 9:34pm
Hey there =)

I am new here! My position includes Emergency Management & Fire Prevention - I am looking forward to meeting some awesome people!
Comment by RAUL on April 21, 2009 at 10:25pm
I am an intermediaste emt I am the first aid provider at work where I am the s&e coordinator.

Hello everyone!
Comment by Safety Training International on November 22, 2008 at 7:55am
I am a Firefighter/Paramedics from South Florida and new to this group. I just wanted to introduce myself and say I am looking forward to making some new friends here.

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Comment by Matt Blake on October 13, 2008 at 7:19pm
Recordability is dependant on the level of treatment provided, not the qualifications or title of the person who administers it.

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Discussion Forum

When is it time to send them home? 2 Replies

I'm sure that there are multiple sites that have the same issue that I have: overweight and unhealthy employees. I have numerous times sent associates to the doctor or even home when they don't feel…Continue

Started by Jason A Beck. Last reply by Jen McDade Sep 26, 2018.

NIOSH Research Explores Cleaning Ambulances With UV Light

Research at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health site in Morgantown is delving into a new method of disinfecting ambulances and other emergency vehicles that have transported…Continue

Started by Jay D. Rohman Jan 19, 2016.

Twas the Night Before Recertification

We hope you enjoy our holiday video! To celebrate the holiday season, Health Education Solutions is offering 15% off ACLS and PALS recertification courses when you use the code "HES11" (valid for…Continue

Tags: holiday, funny, discount, test, Nursing

Started by Rebecca Howard Dec 13, 2011.

AED in the mfg plant 3 Replies

I have a question for the group.I'm the HSE support and the EMT for our plant.The AED we have is 7 years old this March.We have had to replace battery twice and pads regularly as they expire(again in…Continue

Tags: training, emt, responders, first, AED

Started by Randy. Last reply by Douglas Comstock Mar 1, 2010.

Should medicine be available to your employees openly? 8 Replies

One of the biggest questions that my employees have is why don't we keep Tylenol, Ibuprofen, diarrhea, migraines, cramps, etc... on site for them. My management staff has asked as well. My comment is…Continue

Started by Jason A Beck. Last reply by Ben Lenchner Jul 27, 2009.

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