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D4H at the 2019 South Carolina Emergency Management Workshop

D4H Readiness & Response will be in Myrtle Beach at the SCEMA (South Carolina Emergency Management Association) Workshop. We're attending...

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Real-Time Weather Conditions & Forecast for Incident Management

This month we've added real-time weather forecasts to D4H Incident Management. We've also added a new editor for permission profiles, and better form...

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How To Better Track Response Equipment With Barcoding

The adoption of a unique numbering system for your equipment can significantly improve the effectiveness of your equipment tracking. Adding barcodes...

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10 New Features & Enhancements for D4H Incident Management

The holiday period is just around the corner, and to celebrate it we are launching a considerable number of new features and enhancements for D4H...

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How Montgomery County HazMat Team Has Transformed Their Response Capabilities Using D4H

This is how a Pennsylvanian HazMat response team is using D4H Readiness and Response software to increase efficiencies within their organization.

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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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