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CASE STUDY: City of Henderson Gets New Station Alerting System in Record Time—with Lifesaving Results

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In May 2016, the city of Henderson, Nevada, went live with a new, state-of-the-art automated fire station alerting system—and not a moment too soon. Just six weeks prior—right after the city signed a contract to purchase a new “Phoenix G2 Fire Station Alerting System”—their old 1970s-era alerting system suffered a catastrophic failure. “We literally woke […]

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Lincoln’s new fire station dispatch system to reduce response times

Lincoln’s new fire station dispatch system to reduce response times

LINCOLN, Neb. — When there is an emergency, seconds matter. Lincoln Fire and Rescue along with the Lincoln Lancaster County Emergency Communications Center are working to reduce the time it takes to dispatch a call and respond to an emergency. A new fire station dispatch system is now in place. “With the new system, I […]

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Can You Hear Me Now? Helping Firefighers Avoid Hearing Loss

Just recently, we found a great article from our media partners at Fire Engineering. It’s called “Can You Hear Me Now: Creating Controls to Avoid Hearing Loss.” As the title implies, authors P.J. Norwood and Frank Ricci wrote about the impact of noise exposure in fires stations and the surrounding fire grounds. Hearing loss has […]

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