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Why is Equine Liability Insurance so Important?

Fall 2016 EMSA Newsletter

As a horse operations-farm owner and or equine professional, one of our worst fears is someone being seriously hurt, or killed as a result of some type of interaction with a horse. A liability policy is the best way to protect your hard earned assets and cover your equine liability exposures.

Wildfire Smoke and People

Fall 2106 EMSA Newsletter

Many issues relative to smoke inhalation and horses also applies to people. The Center for Disease Control provides valuable information on many topics, not limited to the discussion of wildfires.
Source: www.cdc.gov/features/wildfires

Wildfire Smoke and Horses

Fall 2016 EMSA Newsletter

Severe wildfires in southern California exposed humans and animals to unhealthy air containing wild fire smoke and particulates. A number of health problems horse owners should be aware of including burning eyes, runny noses and illnesses such as bronchitis. Wildfires can also aggravate heart and lung diseases such as congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema and asthma.

Wildfire Smoke and Horses

Fall 2016 EMSA Newsletter

Severe wildfires in southern California exposed humans and animals to unhealthy air containing wild fire smoke and particulates. A number of health problems horse owners should be aware of including burning eyes, runny noses and illnesses such as bronchitis. Wildfires can also aggravate heart and lung diseases such as congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema and asthma.

EMT Training and Competition Coverage

Fall 2016 EMSA Newsletter

Safety Tec, Inc. provides on-site medical coverage for many equine events in central Kentucky. The EMSA asked President and CEO, Jerry Clemonsive how he specifically prepares EMTs to cover these events.

When Should I Replace My ASTM/SEI Equestrian Helmet?

Fall 2016 EMSA Newsletter

When Should I Replace My ASTM/SEI Equestrian Helmet? This is one of the most frequently asked questions which come to members
of the Equestrian Protective Headgear subcommittee of ASTM International.

EMSA Fall 2016

VOL. XXIX, No. 2

When Should I Replace My ASTM/SEI Equestrian Helmet?
EMT Training & Competition Coverage
Wildfire Smoke & Horses
Wildfire Smoke & People
Why is Equine Liability Insurance So Important?

Winter 2016

XXVIII, No. 3

EMSA Newsletter

July 2016

Vol. XXXIV

EMSA News

EMSA News

Summer 2015, Vol. XXVIII, No. 2

Basic Guide for Medical Services at Equestrian Events
Letter from the President
Board of Directors: Selena Lucas
Fighting the Fights We Can win
Horse-sense for Instructors: How basic do I have to get
Be Prepared

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