(June 2, 2016) View our new Tailboard Safety Tip that addresses how preventing smoke inhalation injuries are important to your focus on safety. Have a discussion about your department’s safety and risk management processes and when you're done, keep the conversation going on Twitter by using #TailboardSafety.
Smoke inhalation is a common emergency responder injury. Understanding its cause and prevention is important to establishing a safety culture.
Discuss the following:
- Does your safety culture train members in what causes smoke inhalation injuries and how to prevent them?
- If yes, discuss how you are successful.
- If no, how can you develop a procedure to accomplish this?
Download a copy of Safety focus: Preventing smoke inhalation injuries.
Find this and any editions you missed on our Tailboard Safety page.
This bi-monthly loss prevention program has been created for you – our clients. The program is intended to provide information on current safety issues facing emergency responders in a format that will quickly and effectively communicate a safe practice to implement and relate directly to your organization.