Emergency & Fire Management Services
Large group or unit composed of a headquarters and two or more companies or batteries.
A system used to send information directly between dispatchers and mobile units without the use of voice communication.
A person in training at a military or service academy.
Anything relating to or impacting the heart.
To hold together or contain; often used in reference to hazardous materials.
Unwholesome or undesirable elements that make something unfit for use.
CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
A procedure designed to restore normal breathing after cardiac arrest.
To eliminate contamination.
A person or system that efficiently directs and sends help or service when requested by a caller.
EMT (emergency medical technician)
Trained medical technician certified to provide basic emergency services such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) before and during transportation to a hospital.
On the way; in transit.
The social and cultural conditions that influence the life of an individual or community.
Abbreviation for Federal Emergency Management Agency.
An abbreviation for hazardous material that would be a danger to life or to the environment if released without precautions.
To turn and form an angle of 90 degrees; often used in reference to the wreck of a tractor-trailer combination.
The public switched telephone network; hardwired into a building or structure.
A term used to refer to an incorporated or chartered city or town.
A trained medical technician licensed to provide a wide range of emergency services such as defibrillation and the intravenous administration of drugs before and during transportation to a hospital.
An established procedure, plan or series of steps.
An injury or wound to living tissue caused by an extrinsic agent.