Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the patient into and out of the ambulance. Since the ambulance is heavily equipped with all kinds of machines and devices to assist in the care of a patient and diagnosis, there is little room for those who accompany the sick or injured to the hospital.

The ambulance travels at a high rate of speed in order to get to the hospital or to the injured person(s) and therefore has the right of way regarding traffic lights and signs. A patient is strapped in to prevent furthur injury. But, passengers who are inside the ambulance to assist the hurt and injured have no protection from injury when riding inside the speeding ambulance.

Therefore, ambulances should be made so that they not only accomodate the safety of the patient but assisting passengers also. This can be done by improvements made on passenger benches or seats inside ambulances. They should be equipped with seat belts, materials to absorb sudden rider shock when moving at fast speeds and air bags that can deploy from seat partitions in the event of an accident to be designed to protect any patient or passenger from roof, side, rear or frontal impact.

Safety of all ambulance vehicles is important. It is advisable to provide ambulette cargo seating in such a way so that passengers can accompany the sick or injured needing emergency assistance. An ambulance should be a vehicle of protection for drivers, the injured and the passengers that accompany them. It is for this reason which involves associated risk of injury while traveling at high speeds that such safety measures should be enacted.

Dated: May 15, 2010                       Attest: A. Sadiq                       
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces



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Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the patient into and out of the ambulance. Since the ambulance is heavily equipped with all kinds of machines and devices to assist in the care of a patient and diagnosis, there is little room for those who accompany the sick or injured to the hospital.

The ambulance travels at a high rate of speed in order to get to the hospital or to the injured person(s) and therefore has the right of way regarding traffic lights and signs. A patient is strapped in to prevent furthur injury. But, passengers who are inside the ambulance to assist the hurt and injured have no protection from injury when riding inside the speeding ambulance.

Therefore, ambulances should be made so that they not only accomodate the safety of the patient but assisting passengers also. This can be done by improvements made on passenger benches or seats inside ambulances. They should be equipped with seat belts, materials to absorb sudden rider shock when moving at fast speeds and air bags that can deploy from seat partitions in the event of an accident to be designed to protect any patient or passenger from roof, side, rear or frontal impact.

Safety of all ambulance vehicles is important. It is advisable to provide ambulette cargo seating in such a way so that passengers can accompany the sick or injured needing emergency assistance. An ambulance should be a vehicle of protection for drivers, the injured and the passengers that accompany them. It is for this reason which involves associated risk of injury while traveling at high speeds that such safety measures should be enacted.

Dated: May 15, 2010                       Attest: A. Sadiq                       
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces



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Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the patient into and out of the ambulance. Since the ambulance is heavily equipped with all kinds of machines and devices to assist in the care of a patient and diagnosis, there is little room for those who accompany the sick or injured to the hospital.

The ambulance travels at a high rate of speed in order to get to the hospital or to the injured person(s) and therefore has the right of way regarding traffic lights and signs. A patient is strapped in to prevent furthur injury. But, passengers who are inside the ambulance to assist the hurt and injured have no protection from injury when riding inside the speeding ambulance.

Therefore, ambulances should be made so that they not only accomodate the safety of the patient but assisting passengers also. This can be done by improvements made on passenger benches or seats inside ambulances. They should be equipped with seat belts, materials to absorb sudden rider shock when moving at fast speeds and air bags that can deploy from seat partitions in the event of an accident to be designed to protect any patient or passenger from roof, side, rear or frontal impact.

Safety of all ambulance vehicles is important. It is advisable to provide ambulette cargo seating in such a way so that passengers can accompany the sick or injured needing emergency assistance. An ambulance should be a vehicle of protection for drivers, the injured and the passengers that accompany them. It is for this reason which involves associated risk of injury while traveling at high speeds that such safety measures should be enacted.

Dated: May 15, 2010                       Attest: A. Sadiq                       
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces



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Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the patient into and out of the ambulance. Since the ambulance is heavily equipped with all kinds of machines and devices to assist in the care of a patient and diagnosis, there is little room for those who accompany the sick or injured to the hospital.

The ambulance travels at a high rate of speed in order to get to the hospital or to the injured person(s) and therefore has the right of way regarding traffic lights and signs. A patient is strapped in to prevent furthur injury. But, passengers who are inside the ambulance to assist the hurt and injured have no protection from injury when riding inside the speeding ambulance.

Therefore, ambulances should be made so that they not only accomodate the safety of the patient but assisting passengers also. This can be done by improvements made on passenger benches or seats inside ambulances. They should be equipped with seat belts, materials to absorb sudden rider shock when moving at fast speeds and air bags that can deploy from seat partitions in the event of an accident to be designed to protect any patient or passenger from roof, side, rear or frontal impact.

Safety of all ambulance vehicles is important. It is advisable to provide ambulette cargo seating in such a way so that passengers can accompany the sick or injured needing emergency assistance. An ambulance should be a vehicle of protection for drivers, the injured and the passengers that accompany them. It is for this reason which involves associated risk of injury while traveling at high speeds that such safety measures should be enacted.

Dated: May 15, 2010                       Attest: A. Sadiq                       
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces



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