Multi-agency road safety reviewed to improve response

May 2013
Fire;May2013, Vol. 105 Issue 1357, p6
The article offers information on the use of multi-agency approach in East England for improving the responses toward road accidents. It mentions that the police, fire services and ambulance services in the country has created a memorandum of understanding for better responses toward road accident. It mentions that the agreement has provisions for collaborative training, increased training for fire crews in first aid and better communication between different control rooms.


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