Several scientific studies suggest that firefighters are at a higher risk for developing PTSD and have higher rates of suicidal thoughts and behaviors than the general population. Learning to recognize PTSD warning signs is one easy step every department can take to protect their most valuable asset – their team.
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, is a new respiratory virus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. While details about the source and spreading of the infection are still being researched, we do know that can be spread person-to-person, and symptoms can include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
A CAD integration allows your department to pull incident data directly from your 911 Dispatch Center instead of having to spend valuable personnel time manually inputting the data into your system. With a CAD integration, information from your dispatcher will be automatically uploaded into your system in real time or at the end of the call.
With hurricane season fast approaching, emergency services agencies can always use more help to be prepared. We’ve seen an increase in some of the worst natural disasters such as storms, earthquakes and wild land fires in the last few years, which makes being prepared for them more important than ever before. Emergency Reporting (ER) customer, Panama […]
Guest post written by Olivia Kvitne Mead, Founder and Director of Yoga For First Responders (YFFR) These days you may be seeing an increasing number of brothers and sisters on your crew coming to work and checking for their masks, hoods…and now their yoga mats. This may seem out of touch with fire service culture and even a […]
In a new case study video, The Villages Fire Rescue in Florida, an ER customer since 2017, explains how using ER has helped keep their community and personnel safer. Chief Edmund Cain sits down with us to discuss their agency’s use of our records management software (RMS) and the key features that they use the most, […]
The ability to share patient information electronically with hospitals has become more crucial than ever before. In response to this growing need, Emergency Reporting (ER) has developed an enhanced feature that allows patient care reports (PCRs) to be electronically faxed directly to the receiving facility.