Rob Hall explains why good communication is vital for the emergency services in the event of a terrorist attack
When faced with an emergency, there’s limited time to assess the situation, determine the response and coordinate/deliver it. The scenario can change rapidly, requiring the response to be scaled up/down accordingly. With multiple emergency services, victims, bystanders and local/remote teams, a great deal of interaction and communication is needed. Something that is not without its challenges.
The emergency services have traditionally relied on Land Mobile Radio systems (LMR) for effective communication, which can . . .