Category Archives: News and Events

Heart Health Matters

Heart Health Matters The month of February isn’t just for celebrating Valentine’s Day with your special someone or raiding the discounted candy aisle the day after. It’s also Heart Month! So, let’s brush up on our heart health knowledge. [hr] Heart Disease Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States with more…
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Prestan AED UltraTrainer

New Prestan AED UltraTrainer™ The new Prestan AED UltraTrainer™ is a compact, light-weight and affordable AED trainer. The UltraTrainer is the first and ONLY universal trainer to include a Child Button, allowing for a more accurate simulation of modern, live AEDs on the market. You can customize your students’ learning experience by switching between training…
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Brain Injury Awareness Day

Brain Injury Awareness Day 2017 Today is Brain Injury Awareness Day, serving to raise awareness of the effects of brain injuries and advocate for further research into preventing them. With the fact that in the 2014-2015 NFL season alone there was a 58% increase of concussions, the sports industry is especially looking for new ways…
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New Instructor Trainers

Congrats to the New Instructor Trainers! Congratulations to the following NEW EMS Safety Instructor Trainers. Each of them have successfully completed the process and have met the requirements. Welcome to the elite family of Instructor Trainers. They now have the ability to train and certify new EMS Safety Instructors. Robert Schroeder - Placerville, CA Loretta Robinson…
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New Instructor Portal Coming Soon

New Instructor Portal Coming Soon EMS Safety is excited to announce our new Instructor Portal! We are close to releasing the first of three website updates for our instructors, and wanted to share with you some of the features and benefits you can expect to see. Be on the lookout for training videos, blog articles…
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Beating the Deadline – Literally

Below is a story from Curt Batie. He describes his near-death experience and the actions that saved his life - and could help save others in similar situations. His story emphasizes the importance of calling 911 quickly with the onset of life-threatening symptoms. Curt's story originally appeared in the FAA's official employee publication. Please read and share Curt's story.

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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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