Ambulance staff should 'work without fear'

NHS ambulance staff who have been attacked while on duty are at the forefront of the national #WorkWithoutFear campaign, led by the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives and supported by NHS England to promote respect for ambulance staff across the country.

Bradley working in his role as a Call Assessor

The #WorkWithoutFear campaign highlights the profound impact of this abuse on the everyday lives of ambulance staff and aims to encourage the minority of people who might commit these offences to have respect for the people who are trying to help them, their friends and families when they need it most.

You can find out more about this campaign on the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust website.