December 8th, 2016
According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), there were 15,000 injuries related to holiday decorations in 2012. Mishaps send about 250 people to the ER daily, with falls, cuts and back strains topping the list of injuries. To ensure you have a safe and happy holiday season, here are 12 tips to keep in mind as you deck out your home. For example: When stringing lights and decorations above your normal reach, make sure you use a proper ladder with someone supporting the base. Stay merry, stay bright, and stay safe!!
December 5th, 2016
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, hospital emergency rooms treated more than 250,000 toy-related injuries in 2010 throughout the country. 72% were to people less than 15 years of age. It’s important to keep safety in mind when buying toys for young children. Read all warning labels to determine if the gift is appropriate for the person you’re buying it for.
December 2nd, 2016
Health professionals can receive BLS certification with us on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 6:30 p.m. at the CES station. RSVP is mandatory, so click the link below if you’re planning to attend.
November 29th, 2016
Today's the day to make a difference! RocTheDay -- a 24-hour marathon of giving to worthy causes -- is here and you can help CES by clicking the link below.
CES operates entirely without tax-based support, and relies greatly on support from the community we serve. We're the busiest 911 service in Ontario County and respond to more than 5,000 calls each year. CES is Ontario County's primary emergency medical and ambulance provider, responding to traumatic medical crises.
Help others by helping us with a donation ... and #ROCtheDay!!
November 21st, 2016
While it’s always important to eat healthy, it’s particularly important when big holiday meals are being served. Each year, we respond to a high number of calls as a result of poor diet during the holidays. Some tips: Drink water often, avoid too much sodium, eat slowly, and make sure your turkey has reached an appropriate temperature.