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Rapid response training benefits all public safety agencies [Video]

Posted by Jackie Belasky

Sep 28, 2017 5:47:20 PM

When dealing with rapid response to dangerous circumstances, public safety agencies must quickly and seamlessly communicate with one another. Open lines of contact and well-coordinated training can help emergency personnel take control of these situations.

Lives can be saved or lost in a matter of seconds at the scene of dangerous events. Whether natural disaster or civil disorder, EMS, fire and law enforcement personnel must know specific procedures and be prepared to react. The fundamentals of de-escalation are always the same: Diffuse the situation, communicate and do not compromise safety. This is where regular and refresher training is imperative.

Public safety workforce management software can help training academies coordinate training exercises so that multiple agencies can learn together, as a multidisciplinary team. Equipping first responders with the knowledge needed to work as a group builds trust and ingrains good practices so that every call can be handled optimally.

This type of training helps first responders stay safe while protecting their communities they serve.

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As workforce management and data interface experts, Orion Communications is a leading provider of public safety workforce management software.  Orion’s AgencyWeb® software helps agencies simplify complex workforce management processes and reduce labor cost. Orion has been serving the public safety industry since 1998 and is a certified women-owned business headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

For more information, please contact Jackie Belasky at 214-361-1203, #2413 or [email protected].