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Step by Step: Inspection Schedule of Level A Suits

Level A Suits provide total encapsulation in hazardous environments where the threat of eye, skin or respiratory damage is present. Such a critical piece of equipment requires a well managed maintenance schedule. With D4H™ DECISIONS Equipment Management, you are provided with an integrated inspections module which can track the maintenance schedule of all your Level A Suits.

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D4H™ DECISIONS v8.7 Sullivan's Island Release

We’ve packed a huge amount into this release under the hood. Think of it as an engine upgrade rather than new buttons on your dashboard. Underneath we’ve been swapping parts out for their latest versions, improving performance, security, and experience. We’ve also added in further functionality for power users within organizations who want to make administration easier for the teams beneath them.

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Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Readiness Areas: Operations Readiness

A US&R Task Force is a multi disciplinary team of individuals specializing in urban search and rescue, disaster recovery, and emergency triage and medicine. The teams are deployed to emergency and disaster sites within six hours of notification.The issue of managing personnel and ensuring availability of skilled members is a challenge for any US&R Task force. Organizations involved in US&R response operations need to know the availability of personnel across all their rosters for months at a time.

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Feature Highlight: Electronic ICS Forms

The Incident Command System or ICS is an on site command and control system that was developed to standardise emergency response will allow for greater consistency and interoperability.

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Michigan Urban Search and Rescue Task Force (MI-TF1) - Maintaining Readiness with D4H

The world of search and rescue has changed dramatically. As population growth has accelerated and cities have expanded, focus has increasingly turned to urban space, the most complicated and high-risk environment in which such operations are carried out. Urban search and rescue (US&R) presents a unique challenge, demanding both a highly specialized, yet multidisciplinary approach.

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Feature Highlight: Hazmat Cost Recovery

Hazardous Materials or Hazmat response can eat up a huge amounts of resources in the form of personnel time, equipment usage and consumables. In extreme cases a large response could cost a Public Fire Department a large portion of its annual Budget.

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Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Readiness Areas: Logistics Readiness

It has often been said that if something can go wrong, someday it will. And if we haven’t prepared for the possibility, the results can be devastating. That’s what readiness is all about - Logistics Readiness is the availability of equipment caches and other logistic resources to support immediate deployment for incident response.

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Massachusetts Regional Hazardous Materials Response Program puts technology at the forefront with D4H

Massachusetts Department of Fire Services’ (DFS) Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Division (HazMat) has one of the most respected HazMat programs in the nation. It is an innovative response system designed to provide specialized personnel and equipment to the 351 communities of the Commonwealth, to enable protection to the public, the environment, and property during incidents involving a release or potential release of hazardous materials.

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Learn How: Subscribe Your Chief To Daily Department Incident Reports

You can easily configure a daily email report of all incidents that happened that day to be sent to you and your chief. This report will give you recurring insight into what happened, what your personnel dealt with, and what after-actions you need to take.

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Task Force and USAR - 5 Steps to reduced Operational Risk and Improve your AAR

During pre-deployment, deployment, response or standing down the two major moving parts for any Task Force or USAR team are its equipment and its people. A lack of clarity when managing either of these two resources will introduce a high degree of Operational Risk. The definition of Operational Risk is the threat of loss resulting from failed internal processes.

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