Bell Ambulance takes steps against Ebola
MILWAUKEE- Bell Ambulance is making sure all of their staff know the latest techniques and procedures if they come in contact with the Ebola virus.
They took some information from the CDC and World Health Organization and created a comprehensive program in house.
This includes screening procedures for symptoms and travel questions.
They also have information on how to protect themselves and the patients they come in contact with.
Each ambulance carries a personal protection kit or \"PPE\".
The Bell employee website has been updated with an Ebola quiz, training, and other resources for staff.
Some of this is a re-emphasis of things Bell already does, but the company felt like an update on information and tools would help due to the recent news surrounding the virus.