Three new features coming to the AV Blog


Over the next few days you will see three new icons and categories appearing between the usual blog posts. There are a great number research papers, video clips and successful emergency vehicle marking layouts that deserve to be recognised even though they do not make it into the longer mainstream postings. A different research study from the AV Reference Library collection will be posted about every 7-10 days. Interesting and informative video clips will be added as they become available and a new Award of Excellence will recognise emergency service agencies that excel by designing their vehicle markings to meet high-level visibility and conspicuity ratings.

Below are the new icons that will appear with the blog posts. I hope you continue to enjoy the AV blog and these great additions to the Ambulance Visibility portfolio of websites.

Ambulance Visibility - Excellence award for Emergency vehicle markings - www.ambulancevisibility.comWeekly Research Spot Icon - www.ambulancevisibility.comHiViz-TV icon - www.ambulancevisibility

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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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