emergency medical services

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e·mer·gen·cy med·i·cal ser·vic·es

(EMS) (ē-mĕr'jĕn-sē med'i-kăl sĕr'vis-ĕz)
An agency that provides prehospital care and transport to the sick and wounded.
Synonym(s): ambulance service, emergency medical service system.
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The health and safety squad would also have had something to say about the washing machine mounted four feet up a wall - above a toilet.
Junior Alex Rodriguez plays corner, while Kirby Martin and Nate Maxner lead a sophomore safety squad.
Rhian Carter, of Llantrisant, will help lead extra inspections on food premises across the city in the run-up to the 2012 games as part of the UK-wide Food Safety Squad.
The Food Safety Squad campaign, organised by the Food Standards Agency (FSA), aims to ensure that all food sold, cooked and eaten during London 2012 is safe.
We're proud to be part of the Food Safety Squad and we're looking forward to provide the support these businesses need and to helping keep visitors to the Games safe.
The Food Safety Squad will carry out extra checks in town and cities hosting Olympic or Paralympic events.
Though there are plans to make the North Campus a closed campus like JNU, DU authorities hope the safety squad will make a difference and instill some confidence in students.
In a report to next week's fire and rescue authority meeting, deputy chief fire officer Chris Enness said: "The Safety Squad initiative promotes a safety culture within primary schools throughout each junior year group by teaching awareness and encouraging ownership.
But, according to the RMT union, they went 220 days without being checked by the specialist safety squad responsible for them.
The Safety Squad is made up of program endorsers like the Clovis Police Department and the Curry County Sheriff's Office, educators and local government officials, as well as program volunteers like the many ENMR Plateau employees willing to don the multi-layered costume in tortuous desert heat.
Coordination with other 5th-grade activities (such as the Safety Squad and Student Council) is being pursued.
Faced with a declining number of volunteers able to provide training to schoolchildren, officers in Warwickshire have established their own professionally-trained cycling safety squad to help children.