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We all get them: the patient who just won’t put the cell phone down. In this episode of Remember Two Things, Steve Whitehead provides a couple of tips to get these persistent patients to hang up.

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Just like pilots, you should get into the habit of doing a quick “pre-flight” safety check of your apparatus & truck before every call. Chief Wylie explains the advantages of this important safety tip in this episode of FireGround Flash Tips.

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A few quick safety tips to keep in mind when using a power or conventional stretcher.

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See Bryan’s previous article on the importance of EMT fitness.

Bryan Fass is one of the foremost experts on public safety injury prevention, wellness, fitness, patient handling ergonomics & injury analysis screenings. He is a highly regarded author, speaker and consultant. Bryan and the Fit Responder Programs he developed are being utilized to decrease workers compensation costs, reduce overexertion injury, reduce loss and field healthy-fit employees. State associations, municipalities, local government, corporations & industry have all benefited from the direction and credibility Bryan brings with the Fit Responder program.

As a Clinician with over 15 years of rehabilitation and human performance experience and as a Paramedic, he looks at the human body with a perspective that few possess. With the credibility to “get through” to employees since he has been there, he is able to change behaviors and that leads to injury reduction. Visit www.fitresponder.com for more information.

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We need to incorporate cutting-edge engineering, mandatory physical abilities testing & fitness as job requirement

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