D4H for Government & Public Safety
Critical emergency situations like severe weather, chemical spills, lost persons, and terrorist activity, requires an exceptionally high-level of information management that allows public safety organizations to always respond effectively.Request Information
Emergency Management (EMA)
We support emergency operations centers (EOC) at both town and county level.
Our software for hazardous material response team software tracks chemicals, samples, and air monitoring.
Search and Rescue (SAR)
Search & Rescue is a unique discipline from which our very roots were established.
Every county needs a technical rescue capability, and each of those teams needs to be managed.
Urban Search & Rescue (US&R)
When disaster hits civilization, it is USAR who will be deployed. We support both domestic and international deployments.
We are experts at providing management tools to specialized fire units.
The EOD or Bomb Squad are specialist units who have a lot of skills, expensive equipment, but often a rarity of incidents.
Lifeboats, Coast Guard, and Helicopters. A maritime response is a formidable operation from big ships to recreational craft.
No matter if ambulance control or disaster medical teams, you require highly experienced and qualified personnel and good management.
A county SWAT team or law enforcement public order will have specialist equipment caches, training, and tracking needs.
Learn more on how D4H is supporting other organizations
How Waimakariri District Council Embraced New Technology to Help Run Their Emergency Operations Center
Located in New Zealand, the Waimakariri District Council needs to be prepared and equipped for a variety of emergency situations. This is how they track their personnel qualifications and manage their incidents with D4H.
Western Wayne County Hazardous Materials Response Team have demanding administrative needs with valuable equipment, important personnel qualifications and challenging incidents to manage and track.
This is how a Technical Rescue Team in Massachusetts are using D4H Readiness and Response software to efficiently coordinate every aspect of their team.
This is how a Pennsylvanian HazMat response team is using D4H Readiness and Response software to increase efficiencies within their organization.
Can-TF1 have decided to deploy D4H Readiness & Response software to increase efficiencies in their organization.
The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest marathon and one of the biggest in the USA. Learn how 'D4H Live Response' software was deployed in support of the Boston Marathon special operations teams, by taking a role in the execution of event safety.
Operation SCORE is a full-scale mobilization exercise (MOBEX), which is the third in a series of five challenges to assess the State of Massachusetts Technical Rescue capability and measure interagency cooperation between State US&R Assets, the Massachusetts National Guard CBRN Teams and the Department of Fire Services Hazmat Teams.
Recently the British Columbia Search and Rescue Association (BCSARA) announced the completion of their selection process for the supply of a Data Management System for Search and Rescue by announcing that D4H Technologies was the successful bidder.
D4H is helping Waldo County (USA) EMA organization on being prepared and respond more effectively to natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or other man-made disasters.
In the last few years, Selwyn district has faced some significant challenges. To support their duties, they have decided to deploy D4H Readiness & Response software to increase efficiencies in their operations.
Massachusetts Regional Hazardous Materials Response Program puts technology at the forefront with D4H
Learn how Massachusetts Department of Fire Services’ (DFS) [Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Division is deploying D4H readiness and response software to protect hundreds of communities around the state.
United Kingdom-based, Solent Sea Rescue Organisation (SSRO) is using D4H to understand their resources, capabilities, personnel, and equipment available within their organization.
The world of search and rescue has changed dramatically. As population growth has accelerated and cities have expanded, the focus has increasingly turned to urban space, the most complicated and high-risk environment in which such operations are carried out.