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Rhode Island Bomb Squad improves readiness with D4H

Rhode Island Bomb Squad has recently deployed D4H to manage their mission-critical cache of tools. D4H system helps them ensure their complex...

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How to easily collect and analyze incident data with D4H

Every incident should be seen as an opportunity to gain valuable insights. But for emergency response organizations, collecting and analyzing large...

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How to Enhance Hospital Emergency Preparedness

Hospitals have the responsibility to build a solid emergency preparedness system that assures their resources availability and capabilities to...

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D4H Booth at the National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference

D4H Readiness & Response will be in New Orleans at The National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference. We're attending November 27 – 29,...

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The Challenge (and Solution) Of Equipment Management For Response Teams

Emergency response organizations have many moving parts, from expensive and large inventories to ever-expiring equipment. Fortunately, there is a...

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D4H Launches Health & Safety Reporting For Emergency Response Teams

Not only is it important to comply with health and safety legislation, but tracking injuries, property damage, and near-misses in a meaningful manner...

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D4H Booth at Hotzone HazMat Conference

D4H Readiness & Response will be in Texas at The Hotzone HazMat Conference 2018. We're attending October 18 – 21, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel...

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D4H Preparedness Software Deployed By Largest Hospital In United States

The largest hospital in the United States has deployed D4H software to prepare itself for responses to contaminated patients, hazardous materials,...

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Incident Management: My Tasks, Log Filtering, and Enhanced Dashboard

We've got 6 new features in the Kinnaird Head Release of D4H Incident Management. These features are designed to increase security, improve...

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Equipment Management for HAZMAT Response Teams

Incidents involving the spill or release of hazardous materials are increasingly common. The EPA state that many people consider hazardous material...

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