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March 1, 2016

Step by Step: Donning and Doffing Procedures Utilized by FDNY Personnel

March 1, 2016

Special Apparatus: New FDNY Rescue Medic Ambulance

March 1, 2016

EMS Leader: Scene Management at New York City’s First Confirmed Case of Ebola

March 1, 2016

One on One: Dr. Dario Gonzalez on Being Dispatched to West Africa During Ebola Outbreak

March 1, 2016

Preparing for Success: The What Ifs

March 1, 2016

Safety First: Avoiding the Spread of Communicable Disease Starts with Personal Safety

The best and safest strategy for treating a patient suspected of having any communicable disease, but particularly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), is: Assure early identification of the infected patient. Assure proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE). Assure proper cleaning and decontamination. Patient Identification In New […]
March 1, 2016

FDNY Pro EMS: Commissioner’s Brief for 1/2016

March 1, 2016

Tiered Response: Preparing for Novelty

March 1, 2016

Retracing Ebola’s Deadly Path

March 1, 2016

Inside Access: Valet Doffing/Decontamination Procedures for Ebola

October 31, 2016

The Hazards of Emerging Fuels and an Inadequate Infrastructure

October 31, 2016

All Hands for 2nd/2016 WNYF

October 31, 2016

Back to Basics: Building Characteristics

October 31, 2016

Learn From History: 23 Rutgers Street, Manhattan

October 31, 2016

Safety First: Sizing Up the Taxpayer

axpayers present many unique safety considerations and challenging firefighting hazards. One of the greatest challenges is maintaining a safety mind-set. Size-up starts at the receipt of the alarm. However, for this exercise, size-up starts when you examine the photos. They are frozen moments in time and […]
October 31, 2016

Mega-High-Rise Buildings in Manhattan: One57

October 27, 2016

Blog: Response and Mitigation Tested at London Tube, Airport

October 26, 2016

Blog: #WednesdayWisdom from FDNY Pro Dr. Bradley Kaufman

Welcome to the inaugural #WednesdayWisdom post for 10/26/16! In this new weekly blog feature, FDNY members share information for first responders to get all of us thinking (and talking) about health and safety. Infection control procedures should always be undertaken by first responders, including aggressive handwashing […]