Emergency Response


News & Articles

  • NY Launches State Police Drone Program

    State officials believe with drones, it will be easier and faster to reconstruct serious motor vehicle crashes, resulting in shorter road closures and reducing the impact on motorists. Investigators also will use the drones to document and photograph crime scenes.

  • NFPA to Fast-Track New Standard for Active Shooter Response

    The rise in active shooter incidents and the escalating impact of hostile events has prompted the National Fire Protection Association to process NFPA 3000, Standard for Preparedness and Response to Active Shooter and/or Hostile Events, as a provisional standard, which means it would be available for use as early as April 2018.

  • Maryland's CHART Program Aids Millionth Motorist

    According to MDOT, CHART assists a motorist every 15 minutes, 24/7, saving drivers $1.5 billion in the cost of delays and 43.6 million hours of delays.

  • Fire Deaths Rose in NYC Last Year

    There were 73 civilian fire deaths in New York City during 2017, which is 25 more than in 2016, when the city recorded the fewest on record. The three leading causes of fatal fires in 2017 were open flames (19), electrical (15), and smoking (11), and in 53 percent of the city's fatal fires in 2017, no working smoke alarm was present.

  • FirstNet Outlines 2018 Milestones

    "America's first responders now have a nationwide interoperable network they can rely on 24/7/365 – like their mission," said First Responder Network Authority CEO Mike Poth. "I applaud these governors for their decision and congratulate public safety for its advocacy and partnership throughout the process."

  • Subterranean Challenge Proposers Day Set for Jan. 18

    Teams are invited to propose novel methods for tackling time-critical scenarios through unknown courses in mapping subsurface networks and unpredictable conditions that are too hazardous for human first responders.


Products

  • Revolutionary Wearable Worker Safety

    Revolutionary Wearable Worker Safety

    Occly™ is a wearable personal safety device worn on the body or clipped to an accessory. Occly is armed with a alarm button, impact sensor, four cameras that continuously record images all around the user, sirens, a microphone, LED lighting, wireless capabilities, and safety network application.

  • Physio-Control LIFEPAK CR Plus AED

    Physio-Control Inc.’s LIFEPAK CR Plus AED

    Featuring the same advanced technology trusted by emergency medical professionals—yet simple to use—the fully automatic CR Plus AED is designed specifically for the first person to respond to a victim of sudden cardiac arrest.

  • SpinTec™ Showerhead

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    The innovative SpinTec™ showerhead from Bradley incorporates the latest technology in fluid dynamics to provide a superior washdown in a shorter amount of time and with a more even distribution of water than other emergency fixture drench showers.


Webinars


Whitepapers

  • Innovations in Chemical Protection

    The chemical protection market has remained unchanged in the last thirty years despite industry advancements and changes. Consequently, workers and purchasing agents have experienced serious gaps in their wants and needs for chemical protection with the products currently available.

  • Predictive Analysis in Workplace Safety: Four 'Safety Truths' that Reduce Workplace Injuries

    This new white paper describes how predictive analytics, which has already optimized several other industries, is now being used by safety professionals to predict and prevent workplace injuries. Readers will learn the four safety truths about safety observation and inspection data.

  • Leading Refinery Optimizes its Gas Detection Program

    iNet, Industrial Scientific’s Gas Detection as a Service solution, has alleviated the maintenance challenges previously faced by a crew at a leading U.S. refinery. Additionally, iNet has provided visibility into their gas detection program that keeps workers safer.


Videos

  • Scott Sight: Benefits of Hands Free Testimonial

    Five firefighters from across the United States and Canada discuss the benefits of using a hands-free thermal intelligence system in this December 2016 video from Scott Safety.

  • NSF-Funded Researchers Build Wall-Jumping Robot

    A December 2016 National Science Foundation episode showcases a new wall-jumping robot, using sensor-integrated blocks to better identify developmental disabilities, creatures with camouflage, a new procedure to detect exposure to dangerous nuclear materials, and the discovery of the oldest know fossil tumor.

  • California Highway Patrol -- CALEA

    Excellence is not just about where you are, where you've been, or what you've accomplished. It's about where you're headed and who's by your side when you get there. This California Highway Patrol video discusses CHP's accreditation through CALEA and this year's reassessment process. The video expresses the commitment and standards the CHP shares with CALEA and exemplifies its continued promise to provide the highest level of safety, service, and security to the people of California.