Responding Lights and Sirens, Due Regard and Expectations

Office Hours was joined this week by Tim Noonan and Tom Bouthillet. The discussion focused on using lights and sirens while responding to EMS assignments. Key points like due regard, approaching red lights and provider judgment where brought up. We also talked a little about public perception and litigation. Take a listen and post your EMS lights and sirens response stories, policies and ideas.



Show notes:

Visit Tim’s Blog at Roguemedic.com

Get invaluable ECG training with Tom over at EMS12Lead.com

Read this article over at EMS1.com

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Comments

  1. Michael Falk says:

    Good conversation and liked the debate, my only criticism I have are the echoes that come over the broadcast. When you guys do the shows the echoes are terrible, makes it hard to keep up with what you are saying. Think you can start wearing headphones to hear each other?

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