With hurricane season fast approaching, emergency services agencies can always use more help to be prepared. We’ve seen an increase in some of the worst natural disasters such as storms, earthquakes and wild land fires in the last few years, which makes being prepared for them more important than ever before.
Emergency Reporting (ER) customer, Panama City Fire Department (FL) dealt with one of the most destructive hurricanes last year – Hurricane Michael. In our newest white paper, “5 Ways Departments Can Better Prepare for Natural Disasters,” Chief Scott Flitcraft shares his story of how his department prepared for the storm and how they dealt with the aftermath.
Whether your department is located in a natural disaster prone zone or not, it never hurts to be prepared. Click the button below to read what advice Chief Flitcraft would give to other departments based on his real-life experiences.