A man has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison and ordered to repay millions of dollars for his role in a marijuana lab explosion that caused a wildfire in which a firefighter got hurt.
Four Paterson (NJ) firefighters were hospitalized following a fire that lead to the discovery of a clandestine drug operation, according to reports.
How are we going to manage marijuana when it finally is legal nationwide as a recreational substance? Bobby Halton on the fire service aspects of marijuana legalization.
This Webcast will review identifying unknown powders and substances and also provide an overview of COVID-19 PPE considerations and decon.
In this discussion, hosts P.J. Norwood and Frank Ricci talk with guests Justin McCarthy, Bobby Halton, and Josh Lee about the CBD oil craze and its implications for firefighters.
Join the panel as they have a discussion on the CBD oil craze and how it may be impacting our firefighters.
Paramedics are uniquely positioned as the first healthcare provider the patient encounters at a sentinel moment where they’re ready to change their behavior and commit to recovery, writes Ryan Kelley.
Responses to opioid emergencies are far from routine. Tom Miller offers some thoughts about responses to these increasingly complex incidents.
Fears of fentanyl and other opioids are greatly overblown and waste time and resources that interfere with our ability to serve the public.
"They used to talk of the “Golden Hour” back when I was new at EMS; those precious 60 minutes between the onset of symptoms or a traumatic event and the arrival at the hands of a competent hospital staff. Times have changed, and so has EMS," writes Michael Morse.