Emergency services personnel are a group of professionally qualified responders, often trained in multiple disciplines in order to deal with whatever might be thrown at them. When somebody in distress dials 911, the nature of the incident that a public safety emergency service responder may have to deal with can be notoriously difficult to plan for.
Federal, State or County Governments are continuously looking to make improvements to emergency service programs. The provision of services in reaction to attack or natural disasters such as flooding, fire and earthquakes is growing increasingly difficult. Such incidents are becoming increasingly common while governments globally are facing cutbacks; a cost effective solution to Emergency Service management is necessary.
For an emergency management agency, at either State or County level, the variety of incidents and call-outs makes it extraordinarily difficult to always be prepared for the unexpected, making training and qualification tracking a very important and equally difficult exercise. We service the full range of disciplines including Fire Rescue, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Rotor & Fixed Wing Air Ambulances, Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT), Task Forces, Law Enforcement, Missing Persons, Urban Search & Rescue (USAR).
Knowing what materials and equipment may be needed on past experience is crucial information that can be hard to gather from paper or spreadsheet reporting. The large amount of administrative time spent on keeping equipment up to date and available when needed, however with the right resources team members can get their freedom back and focus on saving lives.
Wellington Free Ambulance - [D4H] saves time notifying staff and reporting to management in New Zealand.
Western Wayne County - [D4H] centralizes hazardous material response at 11th busiest airport in US.
CHC Helicopters - [D4H] optimized rescue data in $650m bid for Search & Rescue Helicopter services.
Emergency Welfare in Disasters - [D4H] coordinates support for government and civil defence.
Pacific North West Search & Rescue - [D4H] has become embedded in our team culture.
Technical Search & Rescue - [D4H] provided the statistics needed to receive grants in Alberta.
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