Reminder to heed to local #school buses #kids

Since so many kiddos are headed back to school (this week and next week) that it’s probably a good reminder for everyone to heed to local school buses in neighborhoods.


We must all do our part in keeping safety at the forefront of our daily activities.

Abide by all rules and be mindful of kids.


Coming in on @GCRTA for the #RNC2016 ? Here’s the #RNCINFO

Like me, are you using the Greater Cleveland Rapid Transit Authority (GCRTA) to get to downtown Cleveland?

Here’s their map and information on their downtown stops.


Also, you can subscribe FOR FREE to their Commuter Alerts program here.

I have found their social media team is very responsive to inquiries. Follow them on Twitter:  @GCRTA

BTW-If you happen to see me, say hi and let’s take a #selfie!



When a school bus flashes it’s red lights…

Please stop when a school bus is flashing red lights.


As you can see, kids will dart across the roadway without looking.

I don’t care if you are in your small car, minivan, truck, ambulance or fire truck – kids don’t understand traffic laws.

For the sake of kids’ safety – please abide by the rules of the road around school buses.


Its #EMSWeek2014 – We need your help in roadway safety #Paramedic #EMT #Firefighter

It’s #EMSWeek2014 – Stressing safety to everyone is an important part of our job.

We are seeing more car crashes due to distracted driving. Put down your phone and pay attention to the road. As emergency responders, I would hate to meet you for the first time like this…


Worse yet, we don’t want to get hit.


Distracted driving can injure and kill. Remember, don’t text and drive.

Please, share this message with others and stress the importance of roadway safety.

And again, thank all your first responders for their dedicated service.



By ground or by air, EMS does it all #EMSWeek2014

It’s #EMSWeek2014 – Did you know EMS uses many different vehicles/apparatus?


By ground or by air, Emergency Medical Services Professionals care for the sick and injured in so many different ways.

Thank all your first responders for their dedicated service.



DYK – many Firefighters are also Paramedics too? #EMSWeek2014

It’s #EMSWeek2014 – Did you know many Firefighters are also Paramedics? Thank your first responders for their dedicated service.


Thank your first responders for their dedicated service.




Thank all of your EMS Professionals this week #EMSWeek 2014 #EMS #EMSWeek2014

Celebrate Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week on May 18th – 24th 2014. Numerous communities across the nation, as well as several national events are planned around this year’s theme “EMS: Dedicated for Life.”


Thank all of your Emergency Medical Services Professionals this week. During any crisis or disaster or everyday emergency, these men and women bring emergency care to anyone in need.

Just in 2014 alone, we’ve had numerous school shootings, tornados hit several southern states, a landslide in Washington, wildfires in California, and flooding in Florida. EMS professionals work tirelessly day-in/day-out to assist and support others who are sick or injured. At every call, EMS treats and transports people in their most critical times of need 24-hour a day – dedication, professionalism and commitment.

Each year EMS Week honors the contributions of EMS Professionals throughout the country and stresses the need and importance of strong public support for all our EMS Providers.


Happy National Emergency Medical Services Week!