More images from today’s road safety event in Kirkwall
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has launched a new campaign Summer to Recover: Winter-Proofing Urgent and Emergency Care for 2021.
From 1st December 2018 to 18th of December 2019, there were 168 occasions when the land ambulance was unable to immediately attend a call because it was already deployed to another call out.
“We are delighted to deliver this service from the ScotSTAR North base in Aberdeen as part of our ongoing commitment to improved patient care across Scotland.”
Mental health and wellbeing support for Scotland’s Emergency Workers has been boosted with funding of £138,000 for Lifelines Scotland.
The work never stops for our emergency services as they go to the aid of a person who has fallen at cliffs near Thurso, Sunday 16th of September.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) is on a recruitment drive across Orkney
Scotland’s emergency services had been the only territorial forces in the UK unable to reclaim VAT