Tag Archives: EMT

Safety Tactics: “Stances” and the “Assessment L”

Safety Tactic: Stances We have all heard the quotes regarding prevention, you know, never having to do something like “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” –Ben Franklin and of course Sun Tzu said that “the supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without even fighting.” But one of my […]

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So very humbled…..to help change a culture.

I am really humbled to be a part of this safety movement to change the culture of EMS and Fire. Being a victim of violence on the job, rather than just bitch about it, I chose to stand up for what is right. As a cop if you touched me in an aggressive way, you […]

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Human Kennel Pride

Human Kennel Pride (image from Google Images) In my 20 years plus of EMS I have been a witness to, and a victim of, a phenomenon I call Human Kennel Pride within the medical field. I was first exposed to the term Kennel Pride while training to be a K-9 handler. I was in Oklahoma […]

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DT4EMS FAQs

RELATED: ABOUT US (READ ME First)   FAQs regarding DT4EMS’ EVE Q. What is DT4EMS’ EVE? A. DT4EMS’ is the company and Escaping Violent Encounters (EVE) is the course line. EVE originally called Defensive Tactics for EMS is a course created in 1996 and taught for CEU’s since 1997. EVE is a course designed specifically for those […]

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Testimonials/References/Approvals

What participants have to say about DT4EMS’ EVE: A collection of letters, course evaluations, emails and Facebook Posts.     Testimonial Playlist (YOUTUBE)   From a class in Michigan: My name is Geoff. I have been a firefighter and EMT-basic/paramedic since 2002. I took DT4EMS EVE in October 2014. I have covered most of the demographic […]

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