Automating Incident Reporting with the Decisions Platform API

Automating Incident Reporting with the Decisions Platform API

There is an emerging trend in technology today of reducing the manual steps involved in an existing workflow, through intuitive "no interface" solutions, which automate any manual steps where possible. These can be as simple as smart car locks which automatically unlock when the key holder is near, or more complex to a level which creates a significant reduction in the administrative burden on an Organization when it comes to data entry tasks like populating Incident Report forms, as we'll see in this post.

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Special Operation: Fire Departments Benefit From Utilizing Ropes

Special Operation: Fire Departments Benefit From Utilizing Ropes

There are specialized areas of fire and rescue operations that are considered special operations. These areas may require firefighters to attend schools and classes for subject-specific training, many of these disciplines involve exploiting the use of rope.

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Special Operations: Fire Departments Don't Just Put Out Fires

Special Operations: Fire Departments Don't Just Put Out Fires

Many fire departments have numerous specialist teams. It would be a very basic description of a fire department to say they only extinguish fires. Firefighters work to prevent the loss of life and to protect the environment in many ways. Whether it be in municipal, airport or industrial settings fire departments provide many valuable services.

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Announcing: Private Document Uploads

Announcing: Private Document Uploads

It's now easy to secure your response team documents in D4H™ DECISIONS. Private documents can be uploaded against any incident, exercise, member or within a folder.

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Ready To Watch: Free Open Access EMS Education

Ready To Watch: Free Open Access EMS Education

Last week we hosted a 3 Hour online 'Free Open Access Medical Education' on a YouTube Live Stream for gatherings at over 20 Ambulance Stations and Response Teams and over 210 pre-hospital individuals around the globe.

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You're Invited: Free Open Access Medical Education

You're Invited: Free Open Access Medical Education

Tomorrow, we will be holding a 3 Hour online 'Free Open Access Medical Education' on a YouTube Live Stream for gatherings at over 20 Ambulance Stations and Response Teams.

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Emergency Notification - What Happens Next?

Emergency Notification - What Happens Next?

<p>Situations can occur unpredictably that cause individuals and organizations to shift their focus and attention immediately to deal with an incident. Today, digital multi-channel mass notification systems have robust features and functionality as well as flexibility and agility to meet emergency communication needs and to make general communications convenient, simple and reliable. But what happens after notification occurs?</p>

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Listen Back: Live National Radio Broadcast From D4H Technologies

Listen Back: Live National Radio Broadcast From D4H Technologies

A special 1 hour live broadcast from the offices of D4H Technologies on national radio RTE Radio 1. The Business show gives an insight into daily life in the lighthouse, our mission, goals, and customers.

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The Results Are In! The Inaugural Annual SAR Hackathon

The Results Are In! The Inaugural Annual SAR Hackathon

The Hackathon at SARscene 2015 was a massive success, producing quality projects and good insights into the technology needs of Search & Rescue. The event has already been scheduled for SARscene 2016 and is planned as a much bigger event.

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Day 2 Update: SAR Hackathon, Canada

Day 2 Update: SAR Hackathon, Canada

Here's an update live from SARscene in Canada as we approach mid-way in the challenge. Three teams have formed, solving some of the big problems put to them by our SAR domain experts.

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