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  1. Click icon with 3 stacked dots Setting button with vertical dots / Setting button with horizontal dots or Setting button with stacked lines lines to the right of the URL bar at the top of your browser
  2. Select the “Print” option
  3. A pop up window like this one should appear, ensure the Destination field is set to “Save as PDF” (this may be a dropdown or “Change” button)
  4. Click “Save,” then select the location and name for the file on your computer

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What are possible responses to trauma and stress?

Potentially traumatic events can affect emergency service professionals in diverse physical, mental, and emotional ways. While some may automatically equate a trauma event to the development of PTSD, this is not always the case. In addition, regular stressors from public safety work can impact mental health and quality of life if not recognized and addressed as you would symptoms from other physical injuries or more obvious traumatic events.

—What is considered a traumatic experience?

Knowing the “red flags” and then intervening early is a powerful strategy for preventing stress and trauma from escalating into a mental health injury or chronic condition.