Emergency Medical Services
Northern California EMS
provides leadership and excellence
in emergency medical services
in partnership with our community.
We are Northern California EMS, Inc. also known as Nor-Cal EMS, serving the counties of
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The "New" Northstate Prehospital "Fall" Conference registration is open now. The conference is coming up Saturday, October 25th, 2014.
The updated Trinity County Life Support's 2014 Training Schedule is now available.
Furadan in marijuana grows poses officer safety risk.
Webcasts for Continuing Education units are available to (1) watch online, (2) take the test online, (3) receive your certificate online. As easy as 1, 2, 3.
Visit our list of online
webcasts for CEs
available anywhere, any time.
A disturbing new trend is manifesting itself online on social media sites such as Facebook and YouTube called "The Fire Challenge." Click
to find out what this is all about.
A Shasta County adult died here recently and today Shasta County Public Health received confirmation from the California Department of Public Health's Viral and Rickettsial Disease Laboratory that the patient's death was associated with West Nile Virus.
This brief video (approximately 9 minutes) is intended to give you a general overview of how to respond to situations involving a person with a weapon, or with hostages, or an active shooter.
The Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care has released a paper covering the tactical emergency casualty care principles for medical response to explosive events.
Note: Some of the above documents may be in Adobe PDF format.
Click HERE for more information
on how to view these documents.
Nor-Cal EMS Trivia Tidbits
Did You Know?
What is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the US?
What is the largest organ of the body?
What do these two questions have in common?
The answer is skin cancer and the integumentary system.
Nearly 5 million people in the U.S. are treated for skin cancer every year with an average annual cost of over 8 billion dollars. All this and most skin cancers are preventable. So slather on the SPF or stay out of the sun during the hours of 1000 and 1400. If you absolutely have to outdoors, wear a light colored long sleeved shirt and hat.
Now get out there and go play!
For more information n how you can protect yourself and your family check out
Prevent Skin Cancer.
Here is a link to more
Click HERE for the Trivia Tidbits archives.
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to the Online Certification Program,
click HERE and
you will be on your way!