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  • Firefighting and EMS Terminology

    Anyone know some good sites to glean some terminology from? I am compiling a list of common or frequently used terms for an upcoming course for dispatchers. Trying to come up with things they should be able to recognize but after 14 years of "speaking the language" it isn't as obvious to me what may be "greek" to them. Thanks for any help.

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    FF/EMT Jay Ellingson
    Newington,NH FD
    &
    New England Dragway Safety Team (Sundaaayy!)
    *N.E.D. celebrates 35 years of excitement as a post-NHRA and current IHRA drag racing venue! Come on by and watch the great action at RT27 Epping, NH(Exit 8 off of Rt 101)*
    New England Dragway is the home of the IHRA North American Nationals
    www.newenglanddragway.com
    Sept 7-9 2001
    1-877-DRAGWAY
    1-603-679-8001

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    Here's a couple I ran across...
    http://www.emergency-world.com/eh/terms.htm http://www.ci.slc.ut.us/fire/ee-ter.htm http://www.fmfire.com/fidicteg.html

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      www.knightlite.com
      They have Firefighter I/II, EMS, and a few other demo versions of study helpers available for download. The demo versions don't have complete glossaries but, they have quite a few nifty words.
      ~Courtney

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