Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Thanksgiving Safety Tips: Travel, Food, Fire, and Pet

At EMS Safety, we're thankful for many of the same things you are: family, friends, pets, good health, and being able to help save lives. Furthermore, we're thankful for you. Without you, we couldn't come to work each day and educate others about the importance of CPR, AED and First Aid training. From all of us here at EMS Safety Services, thank you! Enjoy these safety tips, and have a happy and safe Thanksgiving.

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Veterans Day 2015

Veterans Day 2015 On this Veterans Day, we say thank you to the 22 million men and women who put everything on the line in the service of our country. Let’s take a moment to appreciate the freedom we have been blessed with and the individuals who have made that possible. Jennifer Granholm said it…
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Have a Safe Halloween

Have a Safe Halloween We hope everyone has a safe, and most importantly, FUN Halloween! Here are a few tips to keep kids safe during the frightful night: [dropcap]1[/dropcap] TIP: Put reflective tape on costumes and bags, and always carry a flashlight or glow stick. Fact: More kids get hit by cars on Halloween than…
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Making Delivery Even More Convenient with FedEx Delivery Manager

Making Delivery Even More Convenient with FedEx Delivery Manager We do our best to keep all of our customers up-to-date with tracking information on every order. Within minutes of your package leaving our warehouse you will receive an email from both FedEx and EMS Safety. FedEx Delivery Manager It's free to sign up for FedEx…
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Keep your Thanksgiving Happy and Safe

EMS Safety hopes that everyone has a happy and safe Thanksgiving. By now you have all of your Thanksgiving plans in place - who is bringing the pumpkin pie, what time the turkey goes in the oven, what store you will be camping out in front of for Black Friday sales - but is everyone…
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Veterans Day

We at EMS Safety would like to say thank you to all of those who have served and continue to serve this great nation. We understand it takes great courage and a heavy decision to raise your right hand. Below, you will see a little history as to why we celebrate Veterans Day as well…
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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips EMS Safety wants to make sure that everyone has a fun, exciting and, most importantly, a safe Halloween. Halloween is only a few days away, and what better way to contact your clients than with a download of EMS Safety's Halloween Safety Tips. Getting the infographic to your clients is easy. Here…
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Signs and Symptoms of a Stroke

What is a Stroke? A Stroke is an injury to the brain caused by a disruption of blood flow to the brain cells. When a blood vessel becomes blocked or bursts, oxygen-rich blood is unable to reach a portion of the brain and brain cells begin to die. A stroke is a LIFE-THREATENING condition that…
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Cold-Related Emergencies: Arctic Vortex Edition

With the temperatures plummeting to record lows, staying warm is staying safe; but should cold-related emergencies arise, you should be prepared to act. Knowing the signs and symptoms of cold-related emergencies (especially during the arctic vortex) may just save your life! Hypothermia When exposed to cold temperatures, the body may lose more heat than it…
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High School Installs New AEDs

[caption id="attachment_4535" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Photos by Meagan Friberg/Paso Robles Daily News[/caption] Paso Robles High School dedicates in honor of Ryan J. Clarke By Meagan Friberg / Paso Robles Daily News / Reprinted with permission The Performing Arts Center at Paso Robles High School was filled with a standing-room-only crowd on Monday morning as the faculty,…
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