Over the past year the COVID-19 pandemic has brought forth difficult circumstances for individuals across the globe. The good news is that new vaccination practices and techniques are helping curb the spread of the Coronavirus.
Helping firefighters and the communities they protect is our mission. And using data to analyze current performance metrics and agency capabilities helps the fire service team improve public safety for everyone.
Fire departments are tasked with the responsibility of maintaining public safety and protection. As part of their duties—they’re required to act and respond appropriately to a number of unexpected events and emergencies. Although teams cannot always be fully prepared for unforeseen circumstances—they must practice necessary precautions while always being mindful of extraordinary occurrences.
Intterra and Western Fire Chiefs Association have partnered in a webinar series focusing on COVID-19 and wildfire.
Episode 1 from the series highlights areas of concern unique to running wildfire in the face of a pandemic. There were open discussions about the recent guidance provided to different levels of responders, the challenges of implementing these guidelines, and how each level of response is planning on managing wildfire season.
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis has affected the lives of individuals worldwide. As people struggle to adopt a new sense of normalcy within their personal and professional lives—the virus remains a constant threat to public safety. As such, fire and emergency medical services have become a crucial component for protecting society’s health and well-being.
NIST's Public Safety Communications Research Division (PSCR) has announced their top 5 most clicked articles of 2019 and we're incredibly proud to be highlighted among this group and recognized in the post written about The Fire Data Lab.
Intterra and Alchemy Management Solutions are proud to be hosting a five-day Community Risk Reduction workshop on December 2-6, 2019 in San Bernardino, California at the San Bernardino County Regional Emergency Training Center.
Leaders from the Southern California fire community, Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris, and Intterra gathered in Los Alamitos on Monday, September 23, 2019 for a demonstration and press conference on the new 150-day pilot program, known as FIRIS.
According to a recent report, 1 in 4 Californians lives in a ‘high risk’ wildfire area. After one of the deadliest and most destructive seasons in history, Orange County Fire Authority area officials have submitted approval for a new program aimed to improve wildfire support and minimize response time.