When major incidents occur, the communications system is often the first casualty. With communications to the outside world cut off, vital decisions need to be taken by the field crew and having the Emergency Response Plan to hand is essential.
Despite the spread of mobile technology across the globe, events such as natural disasters, acts of war and terrorist attacks can render all communications useless – leaving you instantly isolated and in the dark, literally and metaphorically.
Recent disasters such as the Costa Concordia grounding, the Deepwater Horizon explosion and spill, and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station release all happened quickly with little to no warning and had devastating results. That’s what an emergency is all about of course.
The question is what would you do in this situation?
Download a complimentary WhitePaper that will show how you can ensure an always-on connection to the latest Emergency Response Plan and have the latest data at the fingertips of your key workers, or those of the First Responders in the remotest of locations – even when all comms are down. And how you can continue to communicate despite overloaded, poor or intermittent networks