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Why Upscaling EMS Organizations Need Cloud-Based Training Tools

With an abundance of jobs and an increasingly optimistic outlook, the EMS industry’s growth shows no signs of slowing. In fact, most projections have this growth continuing into the mid-2020s. As the industry grapples with the ups and downs of protracted growth, cloud-based training management tools will prove an increasingly useful ally for the growing size and complexity of your organization.

2018-10-18T11:20:28+00:00 October 18th, 2018|EMS, General, Readiness, Training & Equipment|

Remembering September 11: Seven Statistics That Matter

For many, the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks is a time of deep remembrance. With the 17th anniversary drawing near and the 20th soon to follow, these seven statistics illustrate the sheer impact of the events — and the ways victims, responders, and their families continue to suffer nearly two decades removed.

2018-09-06T13:43:26+00:00 September 5th, 2018|Community & Culture, General, Homeland Security, Public Safety|

Top 10 Reasons to Purchase Acadis

For first response organization, a training management system (TMS) encompasses a lot more than training. Choosing an upgrade means choosing a system that can add efficiency, flexibility, and utility to multiple arms of the organization—especially when that platform is as powerful and versatile as the Acadis® Readiness Suite, Envisage’s flagship system. Read on for just ten of many reasons Acadis is the TMS for your agency’s future.

Why On-Demand Training Makes More Sense Than Ever

Online training has continually evolved since its inception, and on-demand delivery has seen particular improvement in recent years. The format boasts significant benefits over classroom-based courses and instructor-led online modules, making it a critical part of the agency’s larger training efforts—and a quick way to standardize and improve the education personnel receive.

2018-07-06T11:02:03+00:00 June 6th, 2018|General, Product News, Readiness, Training & Equipment|

Gender in First Response: How Biology and Physiology Shape Male and Female Responders

Gender politics project a considerable presence in most of the working world. So too do ills associated with gender, like sexual harassment and discrimination. The resultant effect is especially pronounced in historically male-dominated fields such as first response, where biases in hiring and testing practices have contributed to an ongoing, undeniable gender gap. Physiological, mental, and societal differences between males and females may further contribute, as can the broad, often volatile range of opinions surrounding gender issues. This paper will explore the biological and societal aspect of first response’s gender gap, reflecting on scientific research, statistical analysis, and real-world examples to provide context and factual basis; it will then discuss the benefits of a gender-aware approach to the hiring and continued employment of first responders of both genders.

Avoiding the Perils of Siloization with Effective Training Management

For public and private organizations, overcoming so-called “information silos” (practices and policies that inhibit efficient information sharing) is a major concern. In first response, where documentation is heavy and digital systems often serve as islands unto themselves, the sense of urgency is even greater. Acadis, a Training Management System (TMS) designed to streamline and automate training processes, can help responder agencies overcome an area of response work fraught with “siloized” information—especially when used alongside its suite of powerful modules.

2018-05-22T12:34:13+00:00 May 21st, 2018|Professionalism, Training & Equipment|