As COVID-19 continues to spread, first responder shortages are becoming a real threat and states are calling on retirees and volunteers to help.
EMS departments are seeing a huge change in procedure due to COVID-19. Will the changes in PPE use, education and call volume persist after the pandemic?
Disaster response can be a way for first responders to help communities and earn a little extra money - but make sure to take care of yourself out there.
EMS providers have an exhausting, difficult, and dangerous job. Yet, they are not recognized as an essential service. We explore the implications.
A discussion of diversity and inclusiveness in the EMS profession and how EMS agencies can create a more diverse workforce.
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, many ambulance and EMS providers across the U.S. experienced fewer emergency calls. Did you?
To effectively treat COVID-19 suspected or positive patients, scores of treatment changes have been implemented across the U.S. to protect EMS professionals.
Many EMS professionals report they enjoy helping others and the challenges of the job. Yet, despite a calling to the career, some are quitting EMS in pursuit of new horizons.
When battling a wildland fire, long days bleed into long nights for days on end for the crew. Learn how COVID-19 makes this year even more challenging.
When you combine fire and ice, firefighters face unique health and safety challenges. Read how winter firefighting can affect body temperature and more.