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Telemetry past, present and future - part II

Telemetry past, present and future - part II

The lines between fi re, disaster response, civil defence and terrorist response are dissolving – we need a command and control solution that can integrate with other agencies’ systems or a neighbouring municipality, writes 􀀕Graham Croome

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Crisis response and right to privacy?

Crisis response and right to privacy?

Different types of biometric groups have been forced together out of a false sense of urgency, say Steven Comerford and Irina Jeliazkova. It is vital that these groups be kept separate, anti-terrorist biometrics should not be used to criminalise migration and privacy laws must be examined to prevent conflict for crisis response agencies

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Firefighting techniques and tactics - part IV

Firefighting techniques and tactics - part IV

In the concluding part of this series, Battalion Chief Ed Hartin􀂉􀂙, MS, EFO, MIFireE, says that firefighters continue to be at risk of death and injury based on limited experience and expertise in structural firefirghting

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The borderline of chaos

The borderline of chaos

Continuing CRJ’s series of discussion articles, Patrick Lagadec says that we must acquire the new aptitudes called for by the rapid changes in the world of risks and crises on every front, whether they be intellectual, psychological, managerial, political or cultural

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Urgent issues faced in South Africa

Urgent issues faced in South Africa

In an interview with Hilary Philips, Tinus Pretorius, Chief of Sol Plaatje Emergency Services, comments on the constraints under which South Africa's emergency services are operating

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