Josh Cellars and NVFC Announce First Two $5K Training Grant Recipients

After the Parkland school shooting, Hastings High School nurse Keri Cotton organized the training to ensure students felt empowered to act in a crisis.
ALICE—alert, lockdown, inform, counter and evacuate—is empowering, giving people the courage to take action instead of hiding in fear from active shooters.
Before they can take the NREMT exam, EMT students must first learn how to do vehicle rescues with Conway Fire Department members.
Health Science Academy students worked with emergency personnel in a mock incident involving a plane crashing into a bus filled with passengers after making an emergency landing.
The conference provides public safety leaders opportunities to develop strategies to improve deployment and operations.
What’s the best schedule for keeping vital competencies fresh? 
Bloomington Fire Department members, including their first female firefighter Jean Magrane, taught the girls basic firefighting skills and life-saving techniques like CPR.
Lawrence County students and faculty plan to take Stop the Bleed courses and equip the schools with bleeding control kits.
Teachers and students in Pascack Valley learn the basics of CPR, AED use, and stopping hemorrhage. 
The program provides ten graduate students the opportunity to complete a nine-month, paid fellowship in a New York City government agency or non-profit organization.
Aussie medics excel at RSI; treating adults seems to help in treating kids. 
Priority Ambulance and Fort Loudoun Medical Center provided and donated bleeding control kits to multiple schools.
Drops not only put patients at risk, they can also seriously injure EMS personnel.
Yes, your job is physically risky—but there are steps you can take for protection.
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