lugoffman said:Can someone give me a link to were the South Carolina EMS codes and signals are ? I found them once before and can not find them again Thanks
Thanks brian ,again Lol !!! Your the one that gave it to me the last time, I knew it was there but i just could not find it, of course I didnt look in the government page. But this is what I was looking forbrian said:I did not check to verify that this is the same information linked to by Caesar, but we have a list of SC DHEC signals in the radioreference database for SC.
It's tricky to find - go the the main SC database page, click on "Other SC Government Agencies", and then click the "Codes and Maps" tab. It's there because so many agencies use them.
The direct link: http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?action=codes&code_id=1137
lugoffman said:I also like Ceasar's link to Briaan, there is some signals on Ceasar's link that are not on the data base file , such as signal 050 which is missing on the date base file and some others .Both are good links though .
I listen to Kershaw County somtimes and what little do I here they use these codes alot.Caesar said:these are what we used at richland county ems until we went plain text last year
Ok thanks !! Now that you said somthing its making since to me now cause my county uses signals and sometimes codes , they really mix it up a little I bet the EMS personal is going nutsbpalmer said:Just thought I would point out that when using the DEHC codes that some counties say "EMS code 74" while a diffrent county might say "Signal 74" they are the same. Some counties use plain language. Occasionally a dispatch may use a law enforcement code when they should use a DHEC code, drives inexperiences ENTS crazy.
PM on the way....Viking1 said:As a Paramedic in Anderson I confirm that those codes are correct and current.
Alex, whats the time table for EMS to go to 800. Also when your at work tell Capt. "L" down there in the basement that I need my keyloader cable back....