BioSeal Systems training proves to be invaluable, again and again.
We have always been willing and happy to train teams on how to use our product, because we know good training is what makes the difference between success and failure when responding to emergencies.
Recently we had the opportunity to help with training for the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness, The Utah Department of Health and FEMA. BioSeal Systems’ very own James King went on site to assist Utah staff ...
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina left many people without basic resources. Less publicized was the fact that a number of citizens suffering from various disabilities were transported without their wheelchairs and/or other equipment and devices required to meet their needs. In Connecticut, trainers with real-world experiences are helping first responders lessen the […]
Texas Task Force 1 (TX-TF1) along with the Incident Support Team cache has been activated by FEMA through the Texas Division of Emergency Management and will deploy from their facility in College Station to Oklahoma. The 80 member TX-TF1 "White" Team is a Type 1 Urban Search & Rescue Team consisting of Technical and Canine Search components alo […]
FLIR Systems has announced that its Integrated Systems division was awarded a contract for an integrated perimeter intrusion detection security solution for Vancouver International Airport (YVR) in Vancouver, BC, Canada. FLIR's solution will be comprised of a number of CommandSpace Argus ground surveillance systems and Cameleon Tactical Command and Cont […]
The US Geological Service has reported a 5.4 magnitude earthquake centered 13 miles northwest of Borrego Springs. Our office checked with local agencies and there are no preliminary reports of injuries or damage. We will update the site with information as needed. The quake is a good reminder to look through our site for preparedness information to make sure […]
New Program Will Provide Highly-Trained Volunteers During Disasters The County Office of Emergency Services has been selected by the state to participate in Disaster Corps, a program to standardize and coordinate highly-trained volunteers that will be able to respond to disasters across the state. “The concept behind this program started after the 2007 wildf […]