FLIR Discusses the Role CBRNE Equipment Manufacturers Play in Keeping First Responders Safe
Friday, August 19, 2016
Emergency preparedness and resilience professionals from multiple disciplines (fire, emergency medical services, emergency management, law enforcement, public health, etc.) and multiple jurisdictions (local, state, and federal levels) participated in the DomPrep roundtable titled “Toxic – What Keeps the Experts Up at Night?” in conjunction with the International Association of Fire Chief’s Hazardous Materials Conference (IAFC HAZMAT) last month. In his article for DomesticPreparedness.com titled "The Goal That Keeps Equipment Manufacturers Up at Night," Pat discusses the three most critical areas of focus for suppliers of field-ready CBRNE sensors: operator training and CONXOPS, user interface design, and the role integrated command and control plays in keeping responders safe.
Visit DomesticPreparedness.com to read the full article "The Goal That Keeps Equipment Manufacturers Up at Night."