Announcing: Custom Personnel Status Levels


Personnel are one of the most important factors in any incident response. Management need an overview of activities around personnel numbers, skills, training and locations, in order to make informed decisions.

The issue of managing your personnel and ensuring availability of trained personnel remains a constant challenge for organizations. If management have access to comprehensive information on their personnel, it ensures that decisions about the organization are made with full understanding of their crews experience.

Often personnel are divided by experience or expectation with best-effort teams made up of a brilliant combination of full-time responders supported by an auxiliary or part-time force that is both cost-effective and often highly motivated. Non-operational personnel are often split into trainees and support staff - those who are trying to become operational, and those who never will.

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Today we’re announcing Custom Status Levels that allow you to rename Operational and Non-Operational member statuses to your own custom ones. Even better, if you’re on an Enterprise Plan you’re also able to add extra status levels such as Full-Time, Part-Time, Support, Admin, Auxiliary, Retained, Trainees, Probationers.

If your organization is already using D4H, have an Account Owner visit [Settings] -> Custom Fields & Timestamps, [Member Statuses] to enable this functionality. Existing enterprise customers should drop us a note to have their accounts upgraded.

D4H™ Personnel & Training helps manage a response teams’ most expensive assets ­ their people and certifications. Tracking skills, training, experience, scheduling, communications, and activity for compliance and engagement.

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