28
Feb
2013

Podcast Episode 26 - Responder Leadership, Hurricane Sandy responder Interviews And More!

In this episode we talk to a frontline EMT who responded to calls during hurricane Sandy, lifesaving smartphone technology backed by the Irish & Australian Coast Guard and the 'dangers of new emergency response equipment'. Marc also[...]


In this episode we talk to a frontline EMT who responded to calls during hurricane Sandy, lifesaving smartphone technology  backed by the Irish & Australian Coast Guard and the 'dangers of new emergency response equipment'. Marc also expands on his blog post where he applies business management principles to the world of emergency response

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Pop on the kettle, take off the PPE, throw the BSI gloves in the medical bin and sit back and enjoy the premier emergency response chat. 

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