Making Responder Fitness A National Priority

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

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As happy as you may be to find the fire hydrant, don’t rush to use it. Take these steps to make sure it’s in good working order before connecting to the truck.

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PHMSA‘s 2012 Emergency Response Guidebook provides first responders with a go-to manual to help deal with hazmat accidents during the critical first 30 minutes.

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Many people have dogs as pets. Dogs can be very loyal to their owners, so in case of a medical emergency, an agitated dog can be very serious about  protecting it’s owner from what it perceives as a threat. So how to get quickly past the over-zealous & possibly dangerous (temporarily, perhaps) dog to provide emergency medical treatment? These videos offer some safety suggestions & tips.

Videos embedded with permission from Hector Hernandez, founder of First Class Dog Training. Hector is an author, former law enforcement officer, speaker, police K-9 instructor and professional dog trainer.

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This motorcycle features flashing lights and a siren that sounds like an ambulance. Could they be a responder hurrying toward an emergency? This could be a great idea for first responders.

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