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Firefighting Injuries

Thousands of firefighters and EMS personnel are injured annually. What can you do to help prevent firefighter injuries and emergency responder injuries? Discuss the following with your emergency crew.

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Firefighter injuries: Exposure to hazards Hepatitis C & D View Download
Firefighter injury: Vehicle crashes/sirencide View Download
Firefighter injuries: Workplace violence View Download
Firefighter injuries: Injury severity - a second look View Download
Firefighter injuries: Medical care received View Download
Firefighter injuries: Physical condition prior to injury View Download
Firefighter injuries: PPE failure in fires View Download
Firefighter injuries: Contributing factors View Download
Firefighter injuries: By type of activity View Download
Firefighter injuries: By type of injury View Download
Firefighter injuries: By body part View Download
Firefighter injuries: By age and gender View Download
Firefighter injuries: Exposure to AIDS View Download
Firefighter injuries: Exposure to Tuberculosis View Download
Firefighter injuries: Exposure to hazardous pathogens View Download
Firefighter injuries: Exposure to hazards Hepatitis A & B View Download
Firefighter injuries: Slips and falls View Download
Firefighter injuries: Overexertion/strain View Download
Firefighter injuries by time of year View Download
Firefighter injuries by time of day View Download
Firefighter accidents and injuries, causes and cures View Download
Firefighter injuries: An overview View Download
Firefighter injuries per fire View Download
Firefighter injuries by property type View Download
Operating with small staffing levels View Download
Wearing issued personal protective equipment View Download
Stay seated and belted when vehicles are in motion View Download
Firefighter Injuries Can Be Prevented View Download
Wearing Your Seat Belt May Save Your Life View Download