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Announcing The Launch Of Our New Brand
We are excited to announce our new D4H Technologies brand. Our new brand brings the company into its 3rd evolution, a meaningful message that will represent us strongly as we takeover the readiness & response systems of entire countries, corporations, and governments.
D4H™ v9.0 Spurn Point Release
This is one is massive, we've upgraded roles significantly, with even more to come. Try out the new on-call planner by assigning yourself a role and marking yourself on-call. You can also try out the new map layers, selecting your favorite and setting it as your team default. Enjoy this one - we enjoyed building it
FEMA Seeks Input on 5 Draft National Incident Management System (NIMS) Documents
D4H Technologies monitors changes that may affect clients and how we deliver our services. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is currently seeking feedback on a suite of National Incident Management System (NIMS) Resource Management component guidance documents that improve interoperability and mutual aid. This could effect how your team manages there qualifications in the future. The National Engagement Period will conclude at 5:00 pm EDT on June 9, 2017.
D4H Training at IAFC Hazmat Response Teams Conference
D4H has developed a strong customer base and a growing following among the regular attendees of the The IAFC Hazmat Conference in Baltimore. In honour of this, we would like to thank everyone who has supported our growth since we first attended over 5 years ago by offering D4H training sessions to everyone in attendance.
Unlock the Value of Your Response Team Data with Analytics
Not everyone needs to become a quant, data scientist or an expert in data management. However, it is worth brushing up on the basics of analytics, so as to understand and improve the use of data in your organization.
Should Emergency Response Teams Consider Using Google Trends?
Google now performs 40,000 searches every second on average, which translates to over 3.5 billion searches per day. Wouldn’t it be great to tap into this information to understand what people are searching for during a disaster?
7 Steps to Better Qualification Management
On average, most of the responders who we talk to have in excess of 25 qualifications per responder. The volume of expiration dates and refresher courses creates a large data management burden, if you are to do it correctly. Below are a list of items to consider if you are managing a team or even your own personal collection of qualifications. D4H Personnel can automate and centralize a lot of these for you.
How To Get The Response Tools Your Organization Needs
One of the keys to successful operations is getting others to understand the importance of your function and duties and convincing them to open their wallets to help you fully fund your endeavors. However, if you've ever been in this position before, you know that it isn't an easy thing to do.
Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Readiness Areas: Management
Since the early 1990s, Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Task Forces have been certified, trained, and funded. The federal government funds 28 task forces located in 19 states but there are numerous other individual State & Regional Task forces located across the US. Officials may call out the task force (or forces) in closest proximity to the disaster to help locate and extricate victims from collapsed buildings and structures. Most task forces represent a partnership involving federal, local government, and private sector experts.
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.