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Best Technical Rescue software (2024)

Technical rescue is all about preparedness and precision. D4H provides a streamlined set of tools for technical rescue teams to manage the personnel, equipment, incidents, and reporting. Streamline the management of your skilled personnel and their ongoing training requirements to ensure that your team is not just prepared but always at the top of their game. Your tools are your lifeline, D4H helps you keep your gear in optimal condition, ensuring that every piece of equipment is ready for action when you need it most. During a technical rescue deployment, access real-time situational awareness with interactive maps, task tracking, centralized communication, and real-time updates. Stay ahead of evolving situations and make informed decisions on the ground with D4H. After an incident, technical rescue teams can access thorough after-action reporting in D4H, capturing valuable insights and lessons learned to continuously enhance operations.

Software user reviews
“Decision-making will always be human when it comes to rescue, but D4H's platform makes our jobs a whole lot easier."
— Mark Pfeifer, CEO, Ronin Safety & Rescue
Rated 5 Stars
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"D4H has revolutionized the way we run incidents in our Operations Center."
– Nico Doodeman, Duty Officer, Coastguard New Zealand
Rated 5 Stars
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Designed for
  • Fire Department Technical Rescue Teams
  • Search and Rescue Teams
  • Technical Rescue Units
  • EMS Specialized Rescue Teams
  • Special Operations Units
  • High-Angle Rescue Teams
  • Swiftwater Rescue Teams
  • Confined Space Rescue Teams
  • Industrial Emergency Response Teams
  • Disaster Response Teams