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Tip This Week — Interview with Richard Brooks and Rick Russotti on Snow Response in Cecil County Maryland

I had the distinct pleasure to sit in on an interview between Rick Russotti of the Mitigation Journal Podcast and Richard Brooks, Director of Emergency Services for my own response area, Cecil County, Maryland. They were discussing snow response preparedness in the wake of the recent rash of snow events this year in the Mid-Atlantic region.

For the EMS provider on the street, whether you are an EMT, medic, paramedic or fire-fighter, it is often our lot in life to sit and grumble about how resources are allocated during major (and minor) events. I think we don’t know or care to know the why’s and wherefores of such decisions by our emergency managers and EMS supervisors.

Perhaps this segment will help you better understand the ways that preparedness planning occurs, how your supervisors and planners make their choices on types and levels of emergency medical services response, and what you can do to make their jobs (along with your own) a little easier.

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