Welcome to the brand new AV Blog


Ambulance Visibility LogoThe Ambulance Visibility Blog will give up-to-date news and information on emergency vehicle visibility and conspicuity as soon as it becomes available. Unlike the news page on the ambulancevisibility.com website this blog will include comments, photos and videos from John Killeen but also comments and replies from around the world. The news will still be updated, but it will remain as formal report. Until then have a look at my website www.ambulancevisibility.com for more detailed information. Stay on board and see what develops over the next few weeks…..

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About John Killeen (Ambulance Visibility)

John Killeen is an Intensive Care Paramedic who authors the Ambulance Visibility research website & blog
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2 Responses to Welcome to the brand new AV Blog

  1. Guy says:

    in the section “The difference between Battenburg high-visibility markings and Sillitoe chequers on Police, Fire & Ambulance vehicles” you have a picture of a “victoria (Australia) police van” it is not a van, but a Holden Commodore Ute (pick up) best way for you to visualise, think El Camino, so its a styleside pickup with a canopy!!
    Excellant article, I wish British Columbia Ambulance Service would read it, they barely have any reflective, but they love their old fashioned diagonal red stripe (that goes up and over the roof, along with another stripe along the roof to form a red cross, looks ok from a helicopter, but when an ambulance goes past at night, you can barely see it. I am ex Queensland Ambulance Paramedic, and it makes me proud we (and ACT) lead the way, and that you are spreading the news to save paramedics worldwide. JOB WELL DONE, just have to fight those old fashioned dicks that refuse to change or adapt.

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    • Guy says:

      I now live in British Columbia, working as a Rig Medic, and am looking at buying an ambulance some day, and will certainly re read the articles when marking vehicle (though mine will not be used code 3 (code 1 in Australia)

      Guy

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