1. AirCare


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    Emergency response audio with imagery of the University of Iowa AirCare helicopter. Founded in 1979. UIHC AirCare first took flight April 1, 1979 as one of the first fifteen helicopter EMS programs in the nation. This video and other helicopter photos can be viewed at www.amyspencerphotography.com/​

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    • Preparing for a Mass Casualty Exercise


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      Ever wonder what goes into setting the scene for a mass casualty exercise? Moulage artists use clay, putty and paint to apply wounds and simulate injuries that would be sustained on the people playing the part of an injured patient. Even though the wounds are simulated, first responders and health care workers are able to better identify and treat injuries and respond to training scenarios appropriately when they look as realistic as possible. This video was taken during the U.S. Navy's Rim of the Pacific exercise, or RIMPAC, July 20, 2012. Tripler Army Medical Center participated in the joint-service mass casualty exercise, dubbed Operation Chianti. The disaster scenario involved a 9.5 magnitude earthquake that hit Chile generating a 25-foot tsunami, which devastated the island of Chianti leaving significant damage and numerous fatalities and casualties.

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      • Emergency Sticker - What is it? How does it work?


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        Great explanation of what you need to protect your loved ones and yourself. Groups are welcome to use this service for fund raising

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        • CCR Training


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          Learn the lifesaving emergency responder protocols of cardiocerebral resuscitation from the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center research pioneers in this field. For more information, visit heart.arizona.edu/learn-cpr

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          • Sen. Yaw's TV Report: Highlighting the New Energy Technology Education Center, Montgomery, PA


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            This month's 'Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw' focuses on the new Energy Technology Education Center, located in Montgomery, Pennsylvania. The Energy Technology Education Center is a joint venture between Lycoming County, Penn College and natural gas industry partners to provide training opportunities for emergency and first responders in the event of a natural gas-related incident. “The Energy Technology Education Center is the first of its kind in Pennsylvania,” said Yaw. “Equipping our emergency responders with the essential skills needed in a crisis situation is paramount. The Center will provide a unique and state of the art facility for providing this important training.” Response crews assembled for a simulated lightning strike, potential methane leak and multiple injuries at a natural gas well field. Guided by real-time radio transmissions – with authenticity heightened by raging flames, active hoses and frighteningly realistic mock injuries – volunteer firefighters and other emergency personnel prioritized and conquered each of the challenges that greeted their deployment. The program will air on: • Blue Ridge Communications/Mansfield - Channel 13 • CATV - Channel 8 • Time Warner, Sayre • Adams Cable Service, Channel 7 • Comcast/Williamsport - Click On Demand/Get Local/Local Government/State Senate/A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw Please check local listings for air times. A 'Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw' is intended to keep residents of the 23rd Senatorial District, which consists of Lycoming, Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Union counties, informed about state and local issues and to showcase the people, places and communities that make this area so unique.

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            • Morrelly firms reveal Project SAFEguard


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              Emergency responders met with representatives of the local technology industry on Thursday to discuss new developments in school safety techniques. The Project Safeguard educational program in Bethpage offered multiple improvements to allow first responders to do more with less, in order to protect students in the case of emergencies. FiOS1’s Jackie Shutack reports. Read the related libn.com story at http://libn.com/?p=82629.

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              • 32nd CST Information Video


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                Members of the Maryland National Guard 32nd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team (CST) and Joseph Brocato, Maryland Emergency Management Association (MEMA) Director of Operations explain the mission and capabilities of the 32nd CST. The Unit is made up of 22 active duty Soldiers and Airmen based out of Fort Meade, Md.

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                • Smart Lift Precautions


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                  The Smart Lift™ system is not a replacement for all transfer equipment. It is,however, a valuable tool to safely and easily transfer patients from seated and supine positions. Not everyone is safe to transfer with a Smart Lift™ device. Find out more at www.smartliftsystem.com.

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                  • Pipeline Emergency Response Video - Part 5


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                    In Part 5 of the Pipeline Emergency Response Video series, learn about incident response guidelines. The Pipeline Emergency Response Video series is for pipeline safety informational purposes only and are not intended to provide technical training.

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                    • National Pipeline Mapping System Tutorial


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                      Use this video to become familiar with the National Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS), a service of PHSMA. Learn how to find transmission pipelines near you, their operators, and how to contact them.

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