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Yakima City Council, in Washington, hosted a public hearing last night to vote on whether an increase in the current EMS levy should be put on November’s ballot. If the proposed increase of $3.43 per month for the average home-owner passes in November the city would have $1,300,000 more to spend on emergency medical services.… Continue reading EMS Levy Not Making the November Ballot In Washington
Who do you think will make a better president when it comes to supporting the EMS field? Whether you’re an EMT, paramedic, firefighter, or know someone in the field let your peers know who you’re voting for and while you’re at it leave a comment and tell us why. Take the Emergency Services Blog poll… Continue reading Who’ll make a More EMS Supportive President?
Nestlé Prepared Foods Company, located in Kentucky, is recalling Lean Pockets Spinach Artichoke Chicken sandwiches that may contain pieces of plastic the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Monday. The Class I Recall products were produced on May 23, 2008 and distributed to retail establishments nationwide. Consumers should look for the… Continue reading Lean Pockets Recall
Emergency Medical Products (EMP) will be exhibiting at the Firehouse Expo July 22-27, 2008 in Baltimore, Maryland. EMP hopes to meet all you fire, rescue, and EMS professionals at the Baltimore Convention Center. Stop by the EMP booth (#2505) and pick up your free first aid kit!
The Emergency Services Blog by Emergency Medical Products is now featuring a poll. Take a minute to see what the burning question is and who’s thinking what. It only takes a few seconds and you’ll see results immediately. Our first poll – Who are you voting for this fall? John McCain? Barack Obama? Rock the… Continue reading What Poll?