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Objective Safety Nadine Levick’s website dedicated to EMS safety awareness and enhancing injury prevention and control:
EMS Safety Foundation The EMS Safety Foundation’s mission is to increase the safety of pre-hospital care and transport for the patient, provider and the public:
Global EMS Forum – “The Global EMS Forum is a gathering together of like-minded health care professionals and providers caring for patients in the fields of pre-hospital, out-of-hospital, ambulance and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) from diverse environments who believe that the interests of these patients are best served by shared experience, knowledge and practice between providers from different systems globally.
WEBINARS – periodic web seminars on EMS issues delivered simultaneously worldwide by the EMS Safety Foundation – register to participate or listen to earlier recordings in the seminar archive.
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National Safety Agency – Victoria, Australia – The NSA is a not-for-profit, advanced technology research organisation dedicated to delivering real time decision report tools through integrated information and communications technology including the emergency services concept vehicle and the TRACU project.  and the NSA blog     
Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC)  is Australia’s largest injury prevention specialist. Their research, consultancy and training include safety in all modes of transport, in the workplace, the community and in the home:
University of Adelaide Centre for Automotive Safety Research – The Centre conducts high quality independent research that enables rational decision making, leading to reductions in the human and economic losses from road crashes. 
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