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Improve safety and incident command decision-making

The threat of a raging fire or coordinating a stakeout. The complexity of a multiagency response. The challenge of unknowns as the situation unfolds. At incident command, you need to know who is on-scene, what they are doing, how long they’ve been working, and are they okay.

In the midst of an incident, incident commanders are inundated with tasks, distractions and information from numerous sources – all of which can impact decision-making. Responders can become lost, injured, in distress or worse. That’s why personnel accountability systems are one of the most important safety measures during an incident.

During an emergency situation, personnel accountability solutions can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved – particularly for first responders grappling with stress, overexertion, trauma or the potential for being asphyxiated, caught or trapped.