AEMTA EMS Conference

The speaker and session information will be posted soon. Check the event website for updates and additional information. PCG is proud to be exhibiting at this year’s AEMTA EMS Conference and having the opportunity to hear and learn from the fire and EMS community on how PCG can best serve


Public Safety Innovation Webinar Series: Deploy Advanced Communication with Cradlepoint & L3Harris

First responders rely on network connectivity as a critical need. This comes in two major forms: Land Mobile Radio (LMR) network and Wireless Wide Area Networks (WAN) access for the applications and devices in and around vehicles. These two baseline connectivity services are public safety lifelines, and together they coexist to stream agile, precise and united


Firehouse Station Design Conference

Join on August 24-26 in St. Louis, MO for Station Design Conference 2021, a unique learning and networking experience designed to connect public safety officials, fire chiefs, police chiefs, project managers and municipal managers who are actively involved in fire station and facility design. Specifically focused on providing information on

4 Reasons Why You Need to Create an Annual Report

Author: Tim Nowak (4-minute read)   Outside of your fire department or EMS agency’s website, how else do you communicate your system’s performance? Do you use call volume trends, positive feedback, and other reporting measures? Via your social media page? How about monthly commission or board meetings? Do these monthly

Mutual-aid agreements: Mission-critical to rural public safety (Article Review)

  Interagency relationships help solidify the infrastructure of small communities Date Published: Jul 26, 2021 Original Author: John Metzger Source: FireRescue1.com Article Link:  https://www.firerescue1.com/mutual-aid/articles/mutual-aid-agreements-mission-critical-to-rural-public-safety-Fx4SZV0NAZf3mH7N/ Mutual aid agreements hold a very valid place in the daily operations of many fire departments across the country – both in rural and even some



Pinnacle engages attendees with a no-holds-barred exploration of the most relevant topics in the changing world of EMS. PCG looks forward to exhibiting at this year’s Pinnacle, and having the opportunity to hear and learn from the fire and EMS community on how PCG can best serve their needs. Please stop


IAFC’s Fire-Rescue International

Each summer, thousands of the most prominent fire and emergency service leaders from across North America and around the globe come to FRI to learn, network and collaborate together. FRI education covers all areas of the emergency service: Navigating the political environment Managing change Ethical leadership EMS issues Career development


Public Safety Innovation Webinar Series: Winning combination of enhanced performance and security at the edge

  Learn how balanced usability, access and security enable first responders to do their jobs more effectively wherever they are You’ll learn: How the right combination of solutions delivers the security and mobile needs of first responders, today and into the future. What a breakdown of SDP, SASE and zero-trust means,

Digital Health Literacy Inequities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the digitization of healthcare services, as safety precautions prompted a transition of care delivery from in-person to virtual. The health risks posed by the COVID-19 virus incentivized providers to expedite the integration of technology with existing delivery services in order to support patients during the pandemic.

Assessing Feasibility of Improved Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Delivery System

The Client: City of Coconut Creek, Florida The Project: Transitional Study for Fire and EMS Services The Opportunity: Coconut Creek, the “Butterfly Capital of the World,” is a well-planned city with a unique environmental consciousness nestled between Miami and Palm Beach. Spotlighted as one of the “Best Cities to Live

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