Many emergency response agencies, such as ambulance agencies, are struggling to find enough volunteers. Find out how we can solve the nationwide issue and improve recruiting efforts.
By Anthony S. Mangeri, Sr.
Firefighters must be resilient to the difficult situations they face on the job. This requires a commitment to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Follow these tips to ensure you're sleeping well, eating well, and living well.
By Amy Eisenhauer
High levels of stress are an inherent part of the job for EMS providers, so they must know how to manage it. Find out more about the different ways that stress can impact an EMS provider and how they can access help if they need it.
By Leischen Stelter
Firefighters and EMTs need to maintain both their physical and mental strength to succeed in their jobs. Learn why yoga can be the perfect solution to help first responders manage their stress and keep physically fit.
By Douglas Skinner
According to the Center for Disease Control, 66 percent of the U.S. population is overweight and 30 percent are obese. This calls for the development of better bariatric response programs that will benefit both patients and care providers. Find out why it's essential that EMS agencies rely on research to improve their programs.
By Brian Mittman
Many employees can claim workers' compensation if they suffer a work-related injury. For police officers, firefighters and other government employees, there are a few differences that should be noted. Learn more about what financial and medical benefits you could be entitled to.
By Bob Pessemier
During an incident response, first responders need to be able to rely on an effective flow of data and information. Learn about PS-COMP, a new operations management system that can help to achieve better public safety response and multi-dimensional information flow.