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Insights for Data-Driven EMS

Want to Continue to Cultivate Your Culture of Safety? Hire for Behavior

EMS or Fire organizations that have committed, or are planning to develop, a culture of safety have many challenges facing...

Are You Risking Lives When Trying to Save Lives?

Personal experience certainly makes a believer out of you. While working for a former EMS agency, I was present to see...

How to Monitor EMS Driver Performance

Driver safety doesn’t just affect crews and passenger, it affects the entire community. With increased adrenalin, lights and...

How to Prevent Tampering on Your Road Safety Device

It’s not a matter of if; it’s matter of when. Tampering of any company-owned equipment is very serious, and the consequences...

Road Safety Enhancements Provide Greater Insight into Ambulance Safety

In the April release of ZOLL Online, we’re introducing the new Road Safety Overview dashboard and an improved reporting...

12 Expenses to Consider When Calculating the Cost of an Ambulance Crash

Reimbursements continue to be challenging in EMS, and the future unfortunately doesn’t paint a favorable outlook any time...

How to Improve Your Safety Policy in 2017

Executive, operation and safety leadership should make sure safety policies are reviewed annually and up-to-date. The New...

Lights and Sirens - What you can do to evaluate and reduce risk

The most unsafe aspect of working in EMS is being in an ambulance while it’s operating in a lights and sirens mode. The...

Is prevention addressing driver behavior or is it a safe vehicle design?

When it comes to ambulance safety, prevention is paramount.  Is prevention addressing driver behavior or is it a safe vehicle...

Ambulance safety policies only work if they are enforced

How many times have you experienced when someone messes up, it’s inevitable that sooner or later a new policy is handed...

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