what3words is a really simple way to talk about location. 3 word addresses are easy to say and share, and are as accurate as GPS coordinates. People use what3words to find their tents at festivals, navigate to B&Bs, and to direct emergency services to the right place.
The Simex Series is the UK’s largest annual international disaster response exercise. It is an operational (live controlled) field exercise designed to establish a learning environment for players to exercise disaster event response plans, policies and procedures.
The Schools community resilience project (SRCP) has been developed in partnership with local emergency services. The aim is to prepare students with an awareness of emergency planning so that they are more self-resilient within our community. The project has been devised as a pull of the shelf resource, which can be used when it suits you. It is full of resources, lesson plans, homework suggestions, research links, video clips, hoax 999 calls, games etc.
Scottish Mountain Rescue represents 24 volunteer Mountain Rescue Teams (including 2 Search and Rescue Dog Associations (SARDA), Scottish Cave Rescue Organisation and the Search And Rescue Aerial Association – Scotland (SARAA – Scotland) with over 800 volunteers.
Mountain rescue team members are on call, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to recover climbers from precipitous crags, reunite lost walkers with their pals and ensure injured and sick casualties are safely delivered into vital hospital care.
GoodSAM's "Instant-On-Scene" is enabling emergency services to open any caller's mobile phone camera (without the need for Apps such as Skype / FaceTime) and instantly LOCATE and VISUALISE the scene/patient. This enables better resource deployment and earlier care.