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For years, this field guide has been the essential reference tool for EMTs. Now in its Eighth Edition, the EMS Field Guide contains the 2010 AHA Guidelines. Whether you're a student or a 20-year veteran of emergency medical services, this guide gives you finger-tip access to all of the essential information you need in the field.
This edition features:
Like all of our field guides, this is the resource you'll use in class and take with you throughout your career in the field.
All Informed professional field guides are 3x5, fit easily in your pocket, have color-coded tabs, and are waterproof, alcohol-fast and durable.
Whether you are a command officer or a beginning fire fighter, the Fire Officer Field Guide™ will prove to be an essential tool throughout your career. This guide includes rapid-use checklists for safe operational behaviors, situational awareness tips, RIT team activation, mayday and rescue procedures, incident command with the latest NIMS developments, HazMat section with updated chemical characteristics, MCI, tactical tips, an updated emergency medical section, and more.
The Fire Officer Field Guide™ provides instant access to critical information in an easy-to-use checklist format. At only 3"x5", this guide fits in your pocket, is waterproof, alcohol-fast, and street tough.
This guide covers:
Rules of Engagement
National ICS Profiles
Updated Fire Strategy / Tactics
Improved Operations Center Guidelines
Mayday and Fire Fighter Rescue
Evacuation and Abandon Structure
Enhanced WMD and HazMat Response
Special Rescue Situations
Incident Command System
Section Water Supply and Friction Loss
When every second counts, your response to an emergency can determine the impact the situation will have on those around you. Knowing what to do saves lives. The Home Emergency Pocket Guide is a tool you can use to start preparing and protecting yourself, your home and your family today. This pocket-sized guide provides instant access to critical information on emergency first aid, preparation and survival for storms, fires, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes and more. Because we live in uncertain times, this guide also includes information on how to survive homeland attacks and acts of domestic and citizen terrorism.
Get instant access to critical key points of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) that can help you make decisions fast.
Whether you're at the local, state or federal level or in private industry, the NIMS Incident Command System Field Guide puts NIMS compliance information at your fingertips. This reference clearly and concisely outlines what you need to know about NIMS objectives, making it an ideal tool for NIMS and incident command training, during training and functional exercises and, most importantly, in the field where you need it most. Combine this guide with your training and feel confident that your NIMS compliance requirements are met.
The new Second Edition features an expanded and improved section on the operational planning process, improved checklists for all functional positions, updated information on the relationship between NIMS and the National Response Framework (NRF), and expanded information on Multiagency Coordination Systems and Joint Information Systems.
New features include:
NIMS Overview and Major Components
Joint Information Systems
Multi-Agency Coordination System
Incident Command System Concepts
Sample Planning Schedules
Sample Meeting Agenda
Position-Specific Prompts for Command and Operations
Sample ICS Organizational Charts
Planning Process and Cycle
Incident Action Plan (IAP)
ICS Forms and Templates
National Response Framework Relationship
NIMS/ICS Glossary and Acronyms
ICS Position Responsibilities and Checklists
The Pet Emergency Pocket Guide is a practical reference for pet owners that provides complete planning, response and survival guidelines for both common and uncommon pet emergencies, presented in an easy to use and convenient pocket-sized format.
This compact tool delivers step-by-step instructions for daily care, first aid, illness and injury assessment, emergency planning, and natural disaster preparation and survival. It features tabbed, color-coded and illustrated sections that make it easy to use, with checklists and inventory lists for creating your own pet emergency, travel, and evacuation kits.
This new Second Edition features the following:
Updated content as suggested by emergency veterinarians.
Expanded Glossary of Signs & Conditions, including new entries and illustrations.
Reorganized content and tabs for ease-of-use.
Updated toxic food list and detailed reactions for dogs.
Information about preventing dog bites and scratches, as well as how to break up dog fights.
3 Common plants that are poisonous to cats.
New section for 'Pocket Pets', including basic information and signs and conditions for ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, rabbits, birds, fish, turtles and snakes
New graphics, charts and an updated design
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