03-03-2014, 06:23 PM #1
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- Land of Oz
Default Looking for software to manage Hazmat/WMD incidents, what are you using?
We have been using an older version of Adashi Incident Management software for years, it is a stand alone version and very intuitive for the average firefighter to use. Problem, Adashi is no longer supporting this version, there are no new product updates. Problem solution, we used homeland security grant money to purchase the Adashi current version. Problem, the intuitiveness is gone, it integrates with CAD and AVL, both features our county does not support, long story short we returned the upgrades.
I recently did an online demo of PEAC, which will run just fine as a stand alone or will pull in additional functions and feature if we have an internet connection. Seems fairly intuitive with a bunch of new, useful features we would likely make use of.
My question is what are you using in your area? We are a rural county with little internet connections, what ever we use must stand up by itself without connectivity. I did a Google search and only come up with Adashi and PEAC, there must be other options out there.
Mike"Improvise, Adapt, Overcome".........
Clint Eastwood, Heartbreak Ridge
03-24-2014, 06:08 AM #2
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You can go for CAMEO software suite that is famous for Hazmat Incidents.
03-31-2014, 09:15 PM #3
We have COBRA, not sure if it runs well without the web access though. Same problem with grant funding here, you get the software and computer with a 1 year service plan, after that there's no money for updates.
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