The Case for Ballistic Protection in Fire/EMS – Part 1

The world of EMS and Fire first responders is changing. As we witness a shocking rise in the number of first responders facing violent attacks, the time has come to consider better ways to protect the life and health of medical providers in situations that expose them to risks. This video provides an overview of the case for expanding your definition of “PPE” to include ballistic protection or body armor that has been tailored to provide maximum protection, while still allowing the physical range of motion that medical providers require.

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