Innovative Rescue Solutions. (Www.irs4you.com)
Is looking for an Ems Sales rep in the Omaha,NE area.
The position is open to any Ems person. This is a work at your own pace position.
You can reach them at the following toll free number.
The close date on this position is...
This happened awhile ago... Dispatched for a 10-50 PI Semi vs. Guard Rail.
U- A34 arriving scene..."OH HELL Dispatch We need all available ALS units in the county on this.
D- A34, Please advise
U- Dispatch there are bodies everywhere dispatch additional Units
D- A34, 10-4 (They Dispatch all...
D-Please respond to a man down, unknown problem at 1123 cave street.
U- Can you repeat that street again?
D- 1123 cave street
U- Dispatch do mean C. Avenue?
D-10-4 C. Avenue
Man there could have been Dave street, Gave street, Have street, Wave street...etc
A Lot depends on the insurance carrier. I have seen people get cut for 3 speeding tickets. I have also seen people on the service driving with three DUIs. I think it depends on the service and how liberal the insurance underwriter is.
I have not worn safety glasses on the job before (yeah like since 1987) Ok so I am reading some of the threads here and I see that it is one of the must haves in the field. I am looking at the ICE Naro Eyeshields. Has anyone tried them and if so are they worth the money?
I think part of the answer is that there were a lot of volunteer services that can't keep personnel, and/or keep up with the con ed. I know we are going regional based ems up here and that has impacted the numbers of services significantly.
I have been very active in these rolls. All but met with the state EMS boards. (I am not sure who that would be in my state)
I really wish the profession had a more unified approach. I am a member of several associations. But we certainly lack a unified approach.
Many places use the certification card as a way to create hierarchy.
What I mean by this is that I go to one facility and work in the ER. I can do everything the RN does and actually more. The next one says that is only a nursing responsibility. I can't give acls drugs, Tylenol etc.
I am just curious I live in Iowa and here we are considered certified. This makes some distinction for RNs who are licensed to think that because we are certified we are to always be working under their authority. It makes me curious if there are other States that are considered Licensed.